This week the Congressional Research Service (CRS) published a report
on “The Department of Homeland Security: A Primer”. The report provides an
overview of the structure and history of DHS. As noted in the introduction: “This
report is intended to brief congressional staff on the mission, structure,
staffing, and funding of DHS.”

At the program level, this report is not very deep. It does
not, for instance, break out the various authorized and not authorized programs
within CISA, including no mention of the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism
Standards (CFATS) or ChemLock programs for instance. To be fair, at 32 pages,
that may be a bit more information than space would allow.

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