From NextGov:

A bill to end the government shutdown signed into law early Thursday by President Obama transfers funding for a fleet of aerostats along the U.S.-Mexico border from the Air Force to the Homeland Security Department. The aerostats, essentially stationary, camera-mounted blimps that stare at the border, were scheduled to deflate March 15, Air Force officials first announced in January. Then the service allowed a temporary reprieve until Oct. 1, after which operations would be handed over to DHS.