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New GAO report finds numerous issues in a border enforcement system

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An effort to upgrade a key border enforcement system used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is seriously flawed -- and costing taxpayers millions of dollars with every delay. A new Government Accountability Office report found multiple issues with how officials have been managing upgrades to the TECS program, which determines whether someone can enter the United States. "After...

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