Meeting the Strategic Objectives of the Department of Homeland Security

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Meeting the Strategic Objectives of the Department of Homeland Security
Abstract
This paper shall focus upon policy enacted as a result of the objective having been outlined in previous National Strategy Plans for the Department of Homeland Security.
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Each year, the Department of Homeland Security outlines strategic objectives it considers high priorities in the months ahead. Some of the identified objectives find a groundswell of support from many constituencies and become policies or laws, while others do not. Importantly, since the inception of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the United States has not been a victim of a large-scale terrorist attack. This owes in no small part to the objectives first outlined...
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