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House Democrats’ report on 9/11 recommendations cites need for cyber aid to states

September 12, 2017 |
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Democrats on the House Homeland Security Committee on Monday issued a report that cites bolstering states’ cybersecurity efforts as a key piece of unfinished business from a package of post-9/11 reforms enacted in 2007.

The report, “10 Years Later: Major Homeland Security Mandates of the 9/11 Commission Act,” was spearheaded by Homeland Security ranking member Bennie Thompson (D-MS), who asked staff to review Department of Homeland Security progress in meeting 10 mandates contained in the 2007 law.

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