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Interoperability still plagues DHS

Six months after Hurricane Katrina struck, federal, state and local emergency responders still lack interoperable communications, emergency management technology experts say. Richard Skinner, the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general, told the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee March 8 that the lack of interoperable communications equipment stymied much of the hurricane response effort. Full Story

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