GAO: Feds Didn’t Track D.C.-Area Antiterror Money

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As much as $340 million in federal money to protect the Washington, D.C., area against terrorism has been spent without a coordinated plan or a system for measuring how safe the region is, says Congress’ General Accounting Office. The Washington Post says GAO criticizes the Department of Homeland Security’s regional office for failing to track
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