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DHS Management Directorate

DHS Management Directorate
Agency overview
Formed 2003
Jurisdiction United States
Headquarters DHS Nebraska Avenue Complex, Washington D.C.
Employees 1354 (FY2014)
Annual budget $0.6 billion (FY2014)
Agency executive Chip Fulghum, Acting Under Secretary
Parent agency Department of Homeland Security
Website DHS Management Directorate

The Management Directorate (MGMT) is a component within the national security mission.

The Management Directorate is led by the Under Secretary of Homeland Security for Management, who is appointed by the President of the United States with confirmation by the United States Senate. The current Acting Under Secretary is Chip Fulghum.


The Management Directorate is responsible for Department-wide administrative support services and oversight for all support functions, including: IT, budget and financial management, procurement and acquisition, human capital, security, and administrative services. The Under Secretary also provides the overarching management structure for the Department to deliver customer services, while eliminating redundancies and reducing support costs in order to more effectively and efficiently run the Department in a unified manner


DHS Management Budget, FY13-15 ($ in thousands)[1]
Line Item FY13 Revised Enacted FY14 Enacted FY15 Request
Management [2] 241,325 231,015 268,286
Finance 51,432 75,548 94,626
Information 289,466 299,356 256,343
Total Budget 582,223 605,919 619,255

2 Management amounts includes funding for DHS Headquarters Consolidation.


  1. ^ DHS Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 Budget Budget in Brief, pg 27, Department of Homeland Security, Access Date: 2014-10-19
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