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Homeland Security

A guide for articles, government agencies, and related homeland security centers.


The U.S. Congress is responsible for approving new laws and revising existing laws dealing with homeland security. Congressional committees are responsible for funding federal agency programs and overseeing the management performance of these programs. These committees and congressional support organizations issue a variety of reports and statistics on federal homeland security programs. Examples include: