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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

[Docket No. DHS-2014-0073]


Homeland Security Advisory Council--New Tasking

AGENCY: The Office of Policy, DHS.

ACTION: Notice of task assignment for the Homeland Security Advisory 
Council.

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SUMMARY: The Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), 
Jeh Johnson, tasked his Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) to 
establish a subcommittee entitled the CBP Integrity Advisory Panel on 
December 9, 2014. The CBP Integrity Advisory Panel will provide 
findings and recommendations to the Homeland Security Advisory Council 
on best practices sourced from Federal, state, and local law 
enforcement integrity leaders. This notice is not a solicitation for 
membership.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ben Haiman, Deputy Executive Director 
of the Homeland Security Advisory Council, Office of Policy, U.S. 
Department of Homeland Security at (202) 380-8615.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Homeland Security Advisory
    Council provides organizationally independent, strategic, timely, 
specific, and actionable advice and recommendations for the 
consideration of the Secretary of the Department of
    Homeland Security on matters related to homeland security.
    The Homeland Security Advisory Council is comprised of leaders of 
local law enforcement, first responders, state and local government, 
the private sector, and academia.
    Tasking: The DHS Integrity Advisory Panel will develop findings and 
recommendations that address, among other closely related topics, best 
practices and recommendations for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. 
This panel should:
    (1) Benchmark CBP's progress in response to Use of Force reviews; 
(2) Identify best practices from federal, state, local, and tribal law 
enforcement on integrity incident prevention--both mission compromising 
and off-duty conduct; (3) Identify best practices from federal, state, 
local, and tribal law enforcement on transparency pertaining to 
incident response and discipline as well as stakeholder outreach; (4) 
Obtain recommendations to ensure CBP develops an effective capability 
for investigating criminal misconduct within its ranks given CBP's 
high-risk environment and its expanding workforce;(5)Obtain 
recommendations for CBP to facilitate enhanced participation among law 
enforcement and intelligence agencies within an interagency task force 
environment, combining federal, state, local, and tribal resources to 
more effectively address the significant threat of public corruption by 
leveraging resources, capabilities, and reducing duplication of effort; 
(6) Evaluate CBP's efforts to become an intelligence-driven 
organization.
    Schedule: The DHS CBP Integrity Advisory Panel's findings and 
recommendations will be submitted to the Homeland
    Security Advisory Council for their deliberation and vote during a 
public meeting. Once the report is voted on by the Homeland Security 
Advisory Council, it will be sent to the Secretary for his review and 
acceptance. DHS CBP Integrity Task Force findings and recommendations 
should be submitted to the Homeland Security Advisory Council by June 
2015.

    Dated: December 15, 2014.
Mike Miron,
Director,
    Homeland Security Advisory Council, DHS.
[FR Doc. 2014-29773 Filed 12-18-14; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 9110-9M-P