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GAO: Information Sharing

March 2006


More than 4 years after September 11, the nation still lacks government wide policies and processes to help agencies integrate the myriad of ongoing efforts, including the agency initiatives we identified, to improve the sharing of terrorism-related information that is critical to protecting our homeland.

This report examines (1) the status of efforts to establish government-wide information sharing policies and processes and (2) the universe of sensitive but unclassified designations used by the twenty-six agencies that GAO surveyed and their related policies and procedures.

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