First Interim Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States [open pdf - 36KB]
The 9/11 Commission will report on the facts and circumstances surrounding the attacks of September 11, 2001. It will review, identify, and evaluate lessons learned and make recommendations for the future. While the Commission analyzes the terrorist danger around the world, it also addresses sensitive policy and intelligence issues across the federal government and beyond. At the time of this report, the Commission was awaiting responses to 26 briefing requests and requests for 44 sets of documents from 16 different agencies. This report documents the status of the request for documents and assistance from various agencies including the Executive Office, the CIA, the FBI, the Departments of Justice, Defense, State, Transportation, Homeland Security, congressional committees and local agencies.