Appendix D

Inventory of Programs and Services of the Department of Homeland Security

As part of its early efforts for DHSTogether, the Department of Homeland Security Human Capital Office compiled an inventory of “Emergency Assistance and Wellness Programs” related to health promotion and resilience throughout the department. The list is included in this appendix. Although this inventory notes the current level of program development and in what percentage of locations programs are available, it fails to include any information below the component agency level and omits information on whether programs were ever evaluated. The inventory lists 60 items, most of which are implemented differently by the various component agencies.



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Appendix D Inventory of Programs and Services of the Department of Homeland Security As part of its early efforts for DHSTogether, the Department of Homeland Security Human Capital Office compiled an inventory of “Emergency Assistance and Wellness Programs” related to health promotion and resilience throughout the department. The list is included in this appendix. Although this inventory notes the current level of program development and in what percentage of locations programs are available, it fails to include any information below the component agency level and omits information on whether programs were ever evaluated. The inventory lists 60 items, most of which are implemented differently by the various component agencies. 237

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