Congress and National Security
They spoke at an event hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center marking the 10th anniversary of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks report.
Panelists talked about congressional oversight of the Homeland Security Department. Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge called the current oversight committee structure “archaic, antiquated and out of date,” saying Congress did not reform the process of oversight because of power struggles.
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Siobhan Gorman Correspondent Wall Street Journal->National Security
Kathleen Hall Jamieson Director University of Pennsylvania->Annenberg Public Policy Center
Carie Lemack Director Bipartisan Policy Center->Homeland Security Project
Tom Ridge Secretary (Former) Pennsylvania
Tim Roemer Commissioner (Former) National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
Kenneth L. Wainstein Assistant Attorney General (Former) Department of Justice->National Security Division
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