Charlie is on the job:
Years without an intelligence strategy to secure U.S. borders resulted in uncoordinated and sometimes incomplete threat information about immigrants, a top counterterrorism official said Wednesday.
Only over the past year has the Bush administration begun to develop plans to analyze border security gaps with information gleaned from all the intelligence agencies, the official told a House committee.
“When I came in, we did not have an intelligence campaign plan against the border,” said Charles Allen, who joined the Homeland Security Department last fall as its intelligence chief. “I agree with you that we should have done more earlier, but we are now at this vigorously.”
That light at the end of the tunnel just got a little brighter.