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Case Mismanagement

By any measure, it was a pretty rough week for the FBI, a week wrapped in waves of revelations that raised new questions about the bureau’s ability to transform itself into a nimble agency capable of preventing terrorist attacks. The week began with tough talk from some former members of the 9/11 commission about what they characterize as the FBI’s failure to follow through on promises of fundamental reforms in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. That criticism was exacerbated by a congressional report that criticized the FBI for refusing to bail out of a failing and costly computerized case-management system; U.S. News then reported that FBI estimates for a replacement system were soaring into the hundreds of millions of dollars. Full Story

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