Wasted Lessons of 9/11: How the Bush Administration has Ingnored the Law and Squandored Its Opportunities to Make our Country Safer [open pdf - 982KB]
This report analyzes the steps taken by the Bush Administration to carry out the provisions of the Implementing the 9/11 Commission Recommendations Act of 2007. The report focuses specifically on the administration's performance with respect to key statutory requirements in the following areas: (1), aviation security; (2) rail and public transportation security; (3) port security; (4) border security; (5) information sharing; (6) privacy and civil liberties; (7) emergency response; (8) biosurveillance; (9) private sector preparedness; and (10) national security. The report concludes that the Bush Administration has not delivered on myriad critical homeland and national security mandates set forth in the Act.
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)