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Homeland Security: Progress Has Been Made to Address the Vulnerabilities Exposed by 9/11, but Continued Federal Action is Needed to Further Mitigate Security Risks
Five years after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, th

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By Eileen Larence (au)
Year: 2007
Pages: 114
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422313751

Five years after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, this report is taking stock of efforts by the Pres., Congress, Fed. agencies, & the 9/11 Comm. to strengthen or enhance critical layers of defense in aviation & border security that were exploited by the 19 terrorist hijackers. This report discusses how: (1) commercial aviation security has been enhanced; (2) visa-related policies & programs have evolved to help screen out potential terrorists; (3) fed. border security initiatives have evolved to reduce the likelihood of terrorists entering the country through legal checkpoints; & (4) the DHS & other agencies are addressing major post-9/11 strategic challenges. It is not a comprehensive assessment of all Fed. initiatives taken or planned in response to 9/11. Charts & tables.

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