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Sep 25

More on Better, Faster, Cheaper Border Security: Ideas and Initiatives

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

The national security threat faced by the United States as a result of its porous borders is not something that can magically disappear overnight with the construction of a wall.  Several different aspects of our immigration system must be reformed in order to regain control of our border, and these must be carried out in an efficient and cost-effective way.  Please join us in the second of our lecture series on border security to hear a panel of experts discuss border infrastructure and immigration services reform.

More About the Speakers

Featuring Keynote Remarks by:
The Honorable Michael D. Rogers (R-AL)
U.S. House of Representatives

Followed by a Panel Discussion with:
Prakash Khatri
U.S. CIS Ombudsman,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

David Pagan
Deputy Director,
Washington, D.C. Office of Governor Schwarzenegger

Josh Sawislak
Senior Advisor to the Administrator,
U.S. General Services Administration

Kevin O'Shea
Minister of Political Affairs, Embassy of Canada