Southern Border Security Control
Capabilities Based Assessment
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The Southern Border Security Control Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) is the second part of a Homeland Security (DHS) two-phased initiative to meet the potentially significant illegal alien and immigration crisis resulting from devastating natural disasters in Mexico and South America. This CBA will scope the problem, identify necessary DHS capabilities to combat the problem, and examine current capabilities to identify capability gaps. The CBA will then assess the operational risks caused by the gaps and identify potential materiel and non-materiel solutions to reduce risk and fulfill the mission of protection the United States southern border.
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