DHS Funding Up $2.4 Billion

November 2005
Fire Chief;Nov2005, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p11
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The article focuses on the budget of the United States Department of Homeland Security in 2006. President George W. Bush has signed the 2006 Homeland Security Appropriations Act allotting up to 2.4 billion dollars for the department. There have been organizational adjustments in the department for preparations to disasters.


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