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Terrorist Watchlist: Routinely Assessing Impacts of Agency Actions since the Decembe 25, 2009, Attempted Attack Could Help Inform Future Efforts
Eileen Larence (au)
The December 25, 2009, attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 exposed weaknesses in how the federal government nominated individuals to the terrorist watchlist and gaps in how agencies used the list to screen individuals to determine if they posed a security threat. In response, the President tasked agencies to take corrective actions. This report assessed (1) government actions since the incident to strengthen the nominations process; (2) how the composition of the watchlist has changed based on these actions; and (3) how agencies are addressing gaps in screening processes. The report recommends that the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism ensure that the outcomes and impacts of agenciesäó» actions to strengthen nominations and screening processes are routinely assessed. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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