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DHS S&T problems

I was in Cleveland for a wedding this weekend -- I got to visit the Rock 'n Roll hall of fame and museum for the first time -- so this morning, I'm just reading the WP's story about DHS's science and technology arm, which has been... how do we say it... less than effective.


DHS Terror Research Agency Struggling [WP, 8.20.2006]
Science and Technology Unit Crippled by Turnover, Budget Cuts, Priority Shifts


And with the upcoming anniversary of Katrina coming up, we're going to see many stories reliving DHS's problems.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Aug 21, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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