The Bipartisan Policy Center launched its Homeland Security Project today, led by former 9/11 Commission Co-Chairs Tom Kean and Lee Hamilton. Through this project, a group of 14 homeland security practitioners and scholars will create bipartisan recommendations on emerging terrorist threats, not unlike the 9/11 Commission.
With a truly bipartisan perspective, this project is focused on evaluating the security landscape and providing the kind of actionable analysis our government and private sector need to address threats to U.S. security. I am honored to be joining the 14-person team on this important mission.
The United States faces adaptive adversaries on all fronts, and we must continue building American security, resilience and consensus to meet them. Find out more about the Homeland Security Project on the BPC site, and also check Security Debrief for updates on our work.
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