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Interoperability still plagues DHS

Both the 9/11 terrorist attacks and aftermath of Hurricane Katrina revealed the importance of interoperable communications. During his March 8, 2006 Senate testimony Richard Skinner said, ?during previous disasters, particularly the September 11th terrorist attacks, the inability of first responders to communicate across disciplines and jurisdictions led to tragic loss

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