Area Still Unprepared for Terror Attacks, Senate Panel Is Told

Nearly five years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Washington region still lacks a strategic plan to guide preparations for any future attacks or to effectively spend hundreds of millions of homeland security dollars, federal and local officials told a U.S. Senate panel yesterday. The lack of a comprehensive regionwide communication system was repeatedly cited by senators as a case of poor planning and coordination. For example, Prince George’s County does not have radios that are fully compatible with neighboring jurisdictions. Full Story

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