893 Million, and Whadda Ya Get?
♫Another DHS network, and we’re not sharing yet.♫
So reports Haft of the Spear, in “You’ll Share and You’ll Like It!”
The Homeland Security and Justice departments have spent $893 million on information-sharing networks in the last two years but still do not have effective networks in place, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.
Admittedly, there are more problems in sharing intelligence data than there are in sharing breach data. The fear of change runs deep, as does our unwillingness to give up control of the little bits of data we can see. It would be funny, if it wasn’t so painful.