November 5, 2022 on CBS News
“Colleges and universities have become more comprehensive in the services that they offer, and in general, students are reaping the benefits” — Janet Napolitano
November 1, 2022 on Alarabiya News
“[A]ll non-metallic [weapons] are consequential threats… I don’t think 3D non-metallics is advancing more quickly than other next-gen threats. This is always the challenge for the government: to stay ahead of the next problem. At the executive level of security agencies, I believe the government is taking the threat seriously and, at least in the US, taking measures to address the threat.” — Noah Kroloff, Chief Innovation Officer
October 26, 2022 on AZCentral
“To the extent that there has not been a sense of urgency here, Arizona and Arizonans are paying a price. If the goal of government is to help build a better future, you have to take into account the conditions on the ground as they exist now, and what changes need to be made to adapt to them.” — Janet Napolitano
July 28, 2022 on Politico Nightly
“We live in the age of the semiconductor, which is an essential component of everything from appliances to cars to electronics. Almost anything you can name has a semiconductor, and the United States, historically, and from a technological vantage point, has been a leader in the development of the semiconductor industry.
This bill pumps money into the domestic construction of semiconductor fabrication plants [commonly called fabs], and as a former governor of Arizona, I can say that’s a good thing. Intel started building fabs in Arizona back when I was governor, producing lots of semiconductors and lots and lots of jobs.” — Janet Napolitano
The Rollback of Title 42
May 12, 2023 on Bloomberg News
Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano discusses Title 42 expiring and what the next steps are for the Biden Administration – with Kailey Leinz and Joe Mathieu on Bloomberg’s “Balance of Power.”
US Migration policy Title 42 expires
May 12, 2023 on BBC News
CSP Founding Director Janet Napolitano discusses the consequences of the expiration of Title 42 with the BBC.
June 28, 2022 on Arizona PBS
On this episode of Arizona Horizon, Arizona PBS sat down with Mario Montoya, a DACA recipient, and former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
The tenth anniversary of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) was earlier this month. The program was created during the Obama Administration and was overseen by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
This program is an administrative relief that protects eligible immigrants who came to the United States when they were children from deportation. Additionally, DACA gives undocumented immigrants a work permit. Secretary Napolitano will discuss this landmark program as will Mario Montoya, a DACA recipient who now helps others who are also in his situation.
Secretary Napolitano on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360°
August 15, 2022 on CNN
The Growing Security Threat from Alternative Platforms Author: R.Y. Lazerson The threat environment is increasingly dynamic and complex, due in-part to the diversification of online platforms used by extremist actors. This Deep Dive blog post is part 1 in a...
By Amy K. Dacey and Janet Napolitano Even for those who haven’t spent decades working in politics, it’s hard to avoid exposure to the political division, polarization and cultural wars that surround us in today’s America. This is not a new concern. A great deal has...
By Victoria Coleman, the chief scientist of the U.S. Department of the Air Force, and Janet Napolitano, a professor of public policy and the director of the new Center for Security in Politics at the University of California, Berkeley. Digital authoritarianism—the use...