Information Sharing: Applying What We’ve Learned Since 9/11

Information Sharing: Applying What We’ve Learned Since 9/11

Nov 19 2013

 

The National Strategy for Information Sharing builds on the lessons learned since the 2001 terrorist attacks, but more needs to be done.

The National Strategy for Information Sharing builds on the lessons learned since the 2001 terrorist attacks, but more needs to be done.

 

We have learned a lot about sharing information in the 12 years since the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The 9/11 Commission made several recommendations for improving information sharing, including the creation of the Information Sharing Environment and the national office responsible for fostering responsible information sharing among federal, state, and local government agencies, our partners in the private sector, and international entities. In the years that followed, the government has made tremendous progress improving information sharing. But the work is not finished.

 

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