11 September 2012
GAO 9-11 Reminders of Security Lag
From: GAO Webmaster <Webmaster@GAO.GOV>
Subject: Today's GAO Reports - September 11, 2012
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) released the following reports
and testimonies today:
1. Anthrax: DHS Faces Challenges in Validating Methods for Sample Collections
and Analysis. GAO-12-488, July 31.
2. Nuclear Nonproliferation: Additional Actions Needed to Improve Security
of Radiological Sources at U.S. Medical Facilities. GAO-12-925, September
3. Federal Real Property Security: Interagency Security Committee Should
Implement a Lessons-Learned Process. GAO-12-901, September 10.
4. Veterans' Reemployment Rights: Department of Labor and Office of Special
Counsel Need to Take Additional Steps to Ensure Demonstration Project Data
Integrity. GAO-12-860R, September 10.
1. Critical Infrastructure Protection: DHS Is Taking Action to Better Manage
Its Chemical Security Program, but It Is Too Early to Assess Results, by
Cathleen A. Berrick, managing director, homeland security and justice, before
the Subcommittee on the Environment and the Economy, House Committee on Energy
and Commerce. GAO-12-567T, September 11.
2. Maritime Security: Progress and Challenges 10 Years after the Maritime
Transportation Security Act, by Stephen L. Caldwell, director, homeland Security
and justice, before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation,
House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. GAO-12-1009T, September
3. Aviation Security: 9/11 Anniversary Observations on TSA's Progress and
Challenges in Strengthening Aviation Security, by Stephen M. Lord, director,
homeland security and justice issues, before the Subcommittee on Transportation
Security, House Committee on Homeland Security. GAO-12-1024T, September 11.