DHS


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DHS

abbr.
Department of Homeland Security
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DHS

abbreviation for
1. (Education) (in Canada) district high school
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in the US) Department of Homeland Security
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DHS will double spending this year on efforts to counter shoulder-fired missiles.
While the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been checking grandma's shoes at the airport for explosives (May 15 issue), hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens paraded down our main streets on May Day.
The audit found that IT operations within the DHS are generally unprepared to recover from a major disaster.
On December 4, 2003, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued the interim rule establishing the Homeland Security Acquisition Regulation (HSAR).
On orders from President Bush, nearly two dozen federal agencies were consolidated in January 2003 to create the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), marking the largest federal reorganization since 1947.
The FEMA acronym will be used on all letterhead, business cards, signage and other products in conjunction with the DHS seal, as outlined in the DHS seal and signature guidelines.
On the weekend of May 10-11, at least a half-dozen French television reporters arriving in Los Angeles for the massive E3 video game expo were barred from entering the country by agents from the DHS' new Bureau for Citizenship and Immigration Service, on grounds of not having obtained the necessary journalist visas.
This line of instruments consists of three models--DHS 250, DHS 250M, and DHS 250MS--all of which feature a dual back-lit LCD for current, hold, max, min, average, and differential temperature readings.
In a letter to employees, the DHS said that an unauthorized copy of its investigative case management system was found in the possession of a former DHS OIG employee.