Like most everyone else in the federal government, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s budget request has been trimmed slightly for fiscal 2013. In documents released Feb. 13, the agency asks Congress for $44.9 billion for fiscal 2013, down from the $46.2 billion it was budgeted in fiscal 2012. The DHS is a sprawling, 22-agency behemoth responsible for all air, land, and maritime border protection, as well as playing a big role in national cyber-security initiatives. On the sea, ...

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