DHS inspector general: Agency not prepared for terrorists using small vessels

A new report from Department of Homeland Security Inspector General Richard Skinner says that the agency is not adequately prepared to deal with terrorists arriving on or committing a potential terror attack with small vessels.

Among some of the things lacking in the agency’s small vessel security plan noted by Skinner include performance measures, associated costs, staffing needs, and accountability and oversight frameworks.

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