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Department of Homeland Security Bottom-Up Review Report

Bottom-Up Review Report (July 2010)  

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Bottom-Up Review Report (July 2010)

The Bottom-Up Review, provides the results of an unprecedented Department-wide assessment of the Department of Homeland Security, begun in November 2009, to align the Department's programmatic activities and organizational structure with the mission sets and goals identified in the QHSR. The BUR report focuses on the following questions:
How can we strengthen the Department's performance in each of the five mission areas?
How should we improve Departmental operations and management?
How can we increase accountability for the resources entrusted to the Department?

The BUR will serve as a road map for these questions. First and foremost, it provides direction for reinforcing the cornerstone of homeland security: preventing terrorism. The BUR also focuses on combating cybersecurity threats, ensuring resilience to all hazards, and the critical need to reform our immigration system. It also provides new emphasis on the importance of enhancing the security and resilience of the global systems that are responsible for the movement of people and goods across our borders. Finally, the review lays a foundation for improving Departmental operations and management and increasing accountability for the resources entrusted to the Department.

Table of Contents:

Secretary’s Letter ........................................................................................................iii
Preface..............................................................................................................................................v
Executive Summary ......................................................................................................................vii
I. Introduction .................................................................................................................................1
II. The Mission of the Department of Homeland Security .............................................................3
III. Enhancing Mission Performance ..............................................................................................4
A. Preventing Terrorism and Enhancing Security ..............................................................4
Current Authorities ..................................................................................................4
Overview of the DHS Role ......................................................................................5
Preventing Terrorist Attacks ........................................................................6
Preventing Unauthorized Acquisition and Use of Chemical, Biological,
Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Materials and Capabilities ..................7
Managing Risks to Critical Infrastructure, Key Leadership, and Events ....7
Initiatives and Enhancements ..................................................................................8
B. Securing and Managing our Borders............................................................................12
Current Authorities ................................................................................................12
Overview of the DHS Role ....................................................................................12
Effectively Controlling U.S. Air, Land, and Sea Borders .........................13
Safeguarding Lawful Travel and Trade .....................................................14
Disrupting and Dismantling Transnational Criminal Organizations .........15
Initiatives and Enhancements ................................................................................16
C. Enforcing and Administering our Immigration Laws ..................................................18
Current Authorities ................................................................................................18
Overview of the DHS Role ....................................................................................18
Strengthening and Effectively Administering the Immigration System ....18
Preventing Unlawful Immigration .............................................................19
Initiatives and Enhancements ................................................................................20
D. Safeguarding and Securing Cyberspace.......................................................................23
Current Authorities ................................................................................................23
Overview of the DHS Role ....................................................................................23
Creating a Safe, Secure, and Resilient Cyber Environment ......................23
 

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Promoting Cybersecurity Knowledge and Innovation ...............................25
Initiatives and Enhancements ................................................................................26
E. Ensuring Resilience to Disasters ..................................................................................27
Current Authorities ................................................................................................27
Overview of the DHS Role....................................................................................28
Mitigating Hazards .....................................................................................29
Enhancing Preparedness ............................................................................29
Ensuring Effective Emergency Response ..................................................29
Supporting Community Recovery .............................................................30
Initiatives and Enhancements ................................................................................31
F. Complementary Departmental Responsibilities and Hybrid Capabilities ....................33
IV. Improving Department Management ......................................................................................33
The DHS Efficiency Review .............................................................................................33
A DHS International Engagement Framework ..................................................................33
Initiatives and Enhancements ............................................................................................34
V. Increasing Accountability .......................................................................................................37
Data and Performance Management ..................................................................................37
Congressional Accountability............................................................................................38
Initiatives and Enhancements ............................................................................................38
VI. Conclusion ..............................................................................................................................39


Annex A: DHS Component Composition
Annex B: A Day in the Life of the Department of Homeland Security
Annex C: The DHS Efficiency Review
Annex D: Alignment of Major DHS Programs to Homeland Security Missions
Annex E: Sector-Specific Agencies
Annex F: Congressional Oversight of DHS in the 110th Congress

Quote from Document:
Strengthen aviation security. The attempted terrorist attack on Flight 253 on December 25, 2009, illustrates the continuing and evolving nature of the threat to the aviation transportation system. DHS has lead responsibilities for aviation security and is also embarking on a major global initiative to improve aviation security technology and processes around the world. DHS is also partnering with the Department of Energy— including the National Laboratories—and private industry to develop new and more effective technologies to deter and disrupt known threats and proactively anticipate and protect against new ways by which terrorists could seek to board an aircraft. DHS will also collaborate with the aviation industry to use a risk-based approach to inform decisions about changes to operations, business processes, and aircraft development.

 

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