Testimony to urge stronger nuke security
By PETER URBAN
Connecticut Post Online
WASHINGTON — Three years and $5 billion later, federal authorities have failed to effectively block terrorist from smuggling nuclear materials into the United States, according to a report by congressional investigators.
David Maurer, an acting director at the Government Accountability Office, is scheduled to testify today before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee that the 3-year-old Domestic Nuclear Detection Office lacks an "overarching strategic plan" to prevent nuclear material from being smuggled into the country.
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