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Department of Justiceís Internal Controls over Terrorism Reporting: Audit Report
Since the 9/11, terrorist attacks, the DoJ highest

Our Price: $35.00
By Barry Leonard (ed)
Year: 2007
Pages: 140
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422314847

Since the 9/11, terrorist attacks, the DoJ highest priority has been to deter, prevent, & detect future terrorist acts. In part, the DoJ measures the success of its counter-terrorism efforts by reporting hundreds of terrorism-related statistics in its performance plans & statistical reports, such as the: number of individuals charged as a result of terrorism investigations; number of terrorism convictions; & number of terrorism-related threats to people & cities. Congress & DoJ mgmt. also use terrorism-related statistics to make operational & funding decisions for DoJ counter-terrorism activities, & to support DoJís annual budget requests. This audit determines if DoJ components & the Dept. as a whole gather & report accurate terrorism-related statistics. Tables.

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