Posted: February 25, 20108:00 pm Eastern
By Bob Unruh Â© 2010 WorldNetDaily
Federal documents obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that two divisions of the Department of Homeland Security â€“ charged with assuring the integrity of U.S. borders and the safety of residents â€“ lost nearly three computers every day for a year.
But an official statement assures citizens that no "sensitive" data was lost.
A report on the computers, which were designated as "lost" or "not found during physical inventory," was issued by the Independence Institute in Golden, Colo., after it obtained the federal paperwork.
Federal agencies also "lost" several computer switches valued at some $90,000 apiece and a multitude of vehicles, including a truck worth about $116,000.
But Jon Caldara, president of the institute, said the absence of documentation about the information on the missing computers is what is most alarming More: http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=126218