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Cybersecurity: Implementation of Executive Order Requirements is Essential to Address Key Actions

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Department of Homeland Security The Secretary of Homeland Security should direct the Director of CISA to issue, in a timely manner, its list of software and software product categories that are considered critical software. (Recommendation 1)
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Cybersecurity: Implementation of Executive Order Requirements is Essential to Address Key Actions

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Department of Homeland Security The Secretary of Homeland Security, through the Director of the CISA, should direct the Cyber Safety Review Board to document steps taken or planned to implement the recommendations provided to the President for improving the board's operations. (Recommendation 2)
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DHS Employee Misconduct: Actions Needed to Better Assess Differences in Supervisor and Non-Supervisor Discipline

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Department of Homeland Security The Secretary of Homeland Security should ensure that OCHCO periodically analyzes components' misconduct data by supervisory status, including assessing for differences in disciplinary outcomes and identifying appropriate action DHS or components could take in response. (Recommendation 6)
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Department of Homeland Security The Secretary of Homeland Security should ensure that the DHS Misconduct Governance Board clarifies its guidance to detail expectations for components to report misconduct data to OCHCO for analysis, to include definitions of key terms and explanations for reporting complete and consistent information. (Recommendation 4)
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DHS Employee Misconduct: Actions Needed to Better Assess Differences in Supervisor and Non-Supervisor Discipline

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Department of Homeland Security The Secretary of Homeland Security should ensure that the DHS Misconduct Governance Board requires components to report data on supervisory status to OCHCO. (Recommendation 5)
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Artificial Intelligence: Fully Implementing Key Practices Could Help DHS Ensure Responsible Use for Cybersecurity

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Department of Homeland Security The Chief Technology Officer should expand its review process to include steps to verify the accuracy of its AI inventory submissions. (Recommendation 1)
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Department of Homeland Security The Director of CISA should document its process for optimizing the elements used within the Automated PII Detection component. (Recommendation 6)
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Department of Homeland Security The Director of CISA should document the sources and origins of data used to develop the Automated PII Detection component. (Recommendation 4)
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Department of Homeland Security: Additional Actions Needed to Improve Oversight of Joint Task Forces

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Department of Homeland Security The Secretary of Homeland Security should ensure the Office of the Military Advisor, as it finalizes performance measures for Joint Task Force-East, establishes targets for those measures, as required. (Recommendation 3)
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