Get ready for a repeat of Katrina confusion in the event of a terrorist attack.
The Directorate of National Intelligence -- Washington's answer to the pre-9/11 intel failures -- has a new "go to" man for local police departments in the even of a terror threat or attack.
But they don't want to tell anyone -- presumably even cops -- who he is or how to get in touch with him.
He's not a covert agent, but a public contact.
And a reporter for Congressional Quarterly had a difficult time finding out his name.
The 9/11 Commission, you may recall, cited secrecy between agencies as one of the reasons behind 9/11 intel failures. (CQ.com)