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Old 12-28-2009, 09:39 AM
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MUST SEE: Arrogant Department of Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano - who allotted $1 BILLION toward airline equipment via December stimulus funding - is grilled on Fox News TV for lack of airline security. CLICK HERE:

Read Napolitano's stimulus budget report below, which was forwarded on December 17, 2009. You can see that she allotted $1 BILLION to airport equipment and $650 MILLION to her new headquarters while only allotting $20 MILLION to ICE Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Implementing the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

Projects supported by these funds will not only make the country safer and more secure, but they also will create new jobs, and in some cases, save the jobs of men and women who do the work of staying ahead of those who would seek to do us harm.
St. Elizabeths/DHS Headquarters Consolidation:

* $650 million ($200 million to DHS; $450 million to GSA)

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP):

* $720 million for construction at land ports of entry ($300 million GSA; $420 million CBP)
* $100 million for Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) technology
* $100 million for border technology on the southwest border
* $60 million for tactical communications equipment and radios

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE):

* $20 million for ICE automation modernization and tactical communications

Transportation Security Administration:

* $1 billion for explosives detection systems and checkpoint screening equipment

U.S. Coast Guard:

* $142 million for Alteration of Bridges program
* $98 million for construction, which may include the following:
o Shore facilities and aids to navigation facilities
o Vessel repair/acquisition (includes High Endurance Cutter, National Security Cutter)

Federal Emergency Management Agency:

* $100 million for Emergency Food and Shelter Program
* $150 million for transit and rail security grants
* $150 million for port security grants, no non-federal match required
* $210 million for Assistance to Firefighter (AFG) grants for firehouse construction; maximum grant is $15.0M
* $5 million expansion in authority for FEMA Community Disaster Loans
* Requires the establishment of an arbitration panel to resolve Katrina/Rita public assistance disputes
* Requires FEMA to accept additional applications for Katrina/Rita public assistance
* All non-federal matching requirements for SAFER grants waived for FY 2009-2010

DHS Office of Inspector General:

* $5 million to conduct related oversight and audits

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