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Dems see 'outdated' IT for homeland security

House Democrats are charging that the Bush administration is moving too slowly and inadequately to close gaps in homeland security, including outdated and insufficient information technology applications and systems. Democrats on the House Select Committee on Homeland Security released a 17-page report of initial findings today outlining security vulnerabilities in key areas, including intelligence, nuclear material stockpiles, aviation, borders, ports, critical infrastructure protection, privacy and civil rights, chemical plants, cybersecurity, bioterrorism, first responder preparedness, and information technology. Full Story

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