One of these days I'd like to pick up the paper and read an article about how there was a crisis averted due to superior long-range planning by a government agency.
In the meantime, we get the GAO describing the inability of various government agencies to come to a consensus on who should be in charge of delivering expertise in anti-terrorist-financing to countries that need our help.
I truly hope they figure it out before FEMA gets involved.
The NY Times story: U.S. Lacks Plan to Curb Terror Funds, Agency Says http://nytimes.com/2005/11/29/national/nationalspecial3/29terror.html
The GAO study: Better Strategic Planning Needed to Coordinate U.S. Efforts to Deliver Counter-Terrorism Financing Training and Technical Assistance Abroad http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d0619.pdf