How Can the US Prepare Better When Things Go Wrong?

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Events over the last couple of decades have shown that the federal government isn’t all that great at responding to crises. No one connected the dots leading to 9/11. Hurricane Katrina, how’d that go? The pandemic, still scrambling. Now the longstanding Business Executives for National Security group has published what it terms a call to action to improve emergency national response. With highlights, the group’s CEO, retired Army Gen. Joseph Votel, and its chairman, retired Booz Allen Hamilton managing partner Mark Gerencser, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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