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Many States Bash Intelligence Sharing

Most state Homeland Security directors are dissatisfied with the quality of intelligence data provided by the federal government, a report released Wednesday says, and most also believe that multiple demands on National Guard forces undermine their emergency response capabilities. The survey was the second annual report on homeland security conducted by the National Governors Association, and the first since Hurricane Katrina and the emerging threat of a global avian flu pandemic. As a result, natural disasters and pandemic influenza joined the security officials’ list of top concerns, along with intelligence, interagency coordination and emergency communications. Full Story

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