Gaps Persist In Nuclear Detection Architecture, Lieberman, GAO Warn

July 2010
TR2: Terror Response Technology Report;7/7/2010, Vol. 6 Issue 14, p2
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The article focuses on the gaps in the nuclear detection system of the U.S. according to Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chair Joseph Lieberman and Government Accountability Office (GAO) official Gene Aloise. Lieberman notes that the development troubles of the Advanced Spectroscopic Portal (ASP) had an impact on other programs. Among the gaps identified by Aloise are land borders between the ports of entry, international commercial and general aviation, and small maritime vessels for recreation and fishing.


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