The September 11 Commission -- set up to find out what went wrong and how to keep it from happening again -- made 41 reccomendations to Congress and the White House nearly a year ago.
They're on the road this summer seeing if their warnings were heard.
Their first step likely comes this week with a letter to President Bush's Chief of Staff -- Andrew Card. They want him to gather info from the CIA, FBI, State Department, Pentagon, and other agencies to see if they're doing anything to correct problems that allowed 9/11 to happen. (NYT)