A Discussion on the FBI 9/11 Review Commission Report

In 2013 Congress directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation to establish a commission to carry out a "comprehensive external review of the implementation of the recommendations related to the FBI" that were proposed by the 9/11 Commission in 2004. That new review commission was convened in late 2013 and released its final report last month, available at this link

The report examines a range of issues related to the FBI's counterterrorism and intelligence roles, including such issues as how the FBI addresses emerging threats; the FBI's relationships with key federal, state, and local partners; and the role of intelligence analysts at the Bureau.

The GW Center for Cyber & Homeland Security (CCHS) is convening a roundtable discussion to assess the findings and recommendations of the report, with participation by Edwin Meese III, Heritage Foundation, one of the three Commissioners who led the Review; John Gannon, the Executive Director of the Review; and Mark Giuliano, the Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The discussion will be moderated by Christian Beckner, Deputy Director of CCHS, and the event will include time for participant Q&A. 

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

City View Room | 7th Floor
The Elliott School for International Affairs, George Washington University
1957 E Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20052