In the past three years, the nation's law enforcement and intelligence communities addressed vulnerabilities exposed by the Sept. 11 attacks. And the creation of the vast new Department of Homeland Security capped a massive reorganization of the federal government. But members of the 9-11 Commission say those reforms are insufficient.
Wednesday, September 01, 2004
Over here you can view a briefing on post-September 11 governmental reforms co-authored by RBM, who interned for National Public Radio's National Desk over the summer. It was published online in July by NPR.org. An excerpt: