by Jim Nintzel
As we mentioned last week here on the blog, Project 28--the "virtual fence" along the U.S.-Mexico border in the Sasabe area that was supposed to be a model for a new age of electronic border security--still has a few bugs to work out. So many bugs, in fact, that Homeland Security isn't going to try to expand the project before 2011. On the bright side, Customs and Border Patrol officials say they've learned a lot from the $20.6 million experiment.
Here's the report from the Government Accountability Office.