Aug, 2006
Committee Print 109-C: An Examination of Federal 9/11 Assistance to New York: Lessons Learned in Preventing Waste, Fraud, Abuse, and Lax Management, August 2006
United States. Government Printing Office
"It is our pleasure to present you with a bipartisan staff report entitled 'An Examination of Federal 9/11 Assistance to New York: Lessons Learned in Preventing Waste, Fraud, Abuse, and Lax Management.' Forwarded by Members of the Subcommittee on Management, Integration, and Oversight, this report details the Subcommittee's examination into the use and misuse of approximately $20 billion in Federal assistance allocated to New York to respond to, recover from, and rebuild after, the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Additionally, the report sets forth the findings of the Subcommittee's six month review, which culminated in a series of three Subcommittee hearings held on July 12 and 13, 2006. The Subcommittee hearings focused on issues of response, recovery, and rebuilding, taking testimony from 22 witnesses representing Federal, State, and local government agencies, non-profit aid organizations, business groups, and government watchdog groups."

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