Senate Testimony on Status of Information Sharing

In the decade since the September 11 attacks, our government has responded to the threat of terrorism by transforming itself in important ways.

Ten Years After 9/11: A Status Report on Information Sharing

Senate Committee on Homeland Security hears Markle Task Force testimony on information sharing in the ten years after 9/11.

The End of History?

It’s difficult to say if the West is in real decline, but there is no question that it faces a very stern test in the post 9/11 world.

Washington Can Work

As we honor the survivors and heroes of 9/11, we should also acknowledge the lessons learned since that tragic day.

Ten Years Later, Albright Urges U.S. to Learn from 9/11

During a recent forum at the Aspen Institute, Markle’s president, Zoë Baird Budinger, reflected on the 9/11 decade with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and other leading foreign policy thinkers. 

Improved Information Sharing Led to Osama bin Laden

Extensive information sharing and collaboration among agencies was crucial to the success of operation Geronimo.

Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Seats Remain Vacant

Since 2002, the Markle Task Force has been urging the President and Congress to nominate members to the PCLOB.

Kean/Hamilton Testimony Reflects on Information Sharing Progress Since 9/11

Recent testimony on homeland security points out progress and challenges in info sharing among government agencies.