Abbreviation for the Department of Homeland Security.
Demographic and Health Surveys coordinated by the United States National Institutes of Health
The division within the Bureau of Health Resources Development (BHRD) that is responsible for administering Titles I and II of the CARE Act.
Demographic and Health Surveys, an ongoing program of household surveys implemented by Macro International, Inc. and collaborating organizations.
Department of Human Services
The Department of Homeland Security (of the federal government) reviews certain applications and is otherwise involved in some actions concerning residents not born in the United States. See, for example, eligibility for Pell Grants.
Division of Health Services (Health Departments)
Department of Health Services
Dee-aacHe-eSS) Department of Homeland Security. A newly-formed United States governmental department tasked with protecting US citizens from acts of terrorism.
Department of Homeland Security President Bush signed into Legislation Monday, November 25, 2002. The Homeland Security Act of 2002 shall take effect thirty days after the date of enactment or, if enacted within thirty days before January 1, 2003, on January 1, 2003. The government is reorganizing 22 agencies into 1 agency. The Secretary will be Governor Tom Ridge. Read more ( Download a copy* of the Homeland Security Department plans available on the White House web site.)
Defense HUMINT Service
Demographic and Health Survey
Directorate for Deployment Health Support of the Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness) for Gulf War Illnesses, Medical Readiness, and Military Deployments
The U.S. government entity whose branches have taken over the responsibilities of the former INS. The agency is headed by the Secretary of Homeland Security, responsible for aspects of law enforcement related to homeland security, including immigration. DHSâ€(tm)s immigration functions are divided primarily in 3 components: USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) responsible for benefits and adjudications; USICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) responsible for interior enforcement of immigration and customs matters (detention, prosecution, deportation); USCBP (U.S. Customs and Border Protection) responsible for border controls of agriculture, customs, including border patrol and inspection.