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  • Implementing immigration reform: Imagining the possibilities – Symposium report
    Georgetown University and Deloitte presented this symposium to bring together diverse leaders in the immigration field to facilitate a dialogue about reform strategies, solutions, and innovations in a complex and dynamic immigration ecosystem.
  • Helping government deliver: Transforming mission and support services
    The concept of sharing resources is not a new one. But as budgets get smaller and challenges get bigger, some agencies are exploring ways to increase collaboration in order to achieve missions more efficiently and effectively. What can be learned from their efforts?
  • Listen to Heather Reilly discuss immigration reform on Federal News Radio
    Heather Reilly, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discusses the path ahead for federal agencies and their role in immigration reform planning. The big question is how agencies might deal with tens of millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States once Congress moves forward.
  • How immigration is shaping the United States
    Other countries have realized that they are in a worldwide competition for talent and have adjusted their immigration policies to improve their competitiveness – the United States can do no less.
  • Immigration reform: Innovative implementation in a budget-constrained environment
    Join Tom Davis, Director, Deloitte LLP, former Virginia Congressman, and Chairman of the House Government Reform Committee in a Deloitte Dbriefs on proposed immigration reform legislation. Learn how public and private organizations can position themselves to embrace it while maintaining high levels of service amid unprecedented budgetary challenges.
  • Northern border security: Managing the flow of goods and persons between the U.S. and Canada
    With over $1 billion in trade flowing through the border between the United States and Canada each day, it is vital to the economies of both countries to manage the flow of goods and persons in an effective and efficient manner without compromising the security of either country.
  • Comprehensive workforce transformation
    To facilitate workplace transformation in a budget-neutral environment, agencies can take a holistic approach, moving beyond just telework to address overall workforce needs, the workplace environment, and supporting technology infrastructure to create a culture of flexibility and mobility.
  • The 9/10/11 project: Evolution of Homeland Security
    While the term "homeland security" was not part of the American lexicon until after 9/11, the concept of securing our homeland and borders from terrorism and disasters has long existed in U.S. history.
  • Immigration in the age of #social
    This collection of essays provides diverse perspectives on why immigration agencies should be using social media to improve customer service.
  • Cargo security summit
    Since September 11, 2001, the cargo security landscape has shifted significantly. With a primary focus on counterterrorism, there is an increasing need for layered, risk-based approaches for security that help facilitate the efficient flow of commerce throughout the supply chain.
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