The Comptroller General shall report, not less than 3 years after August 3, 2007, to the appropriate congressional committees, as to the value and efficacy of the ISAC along with any other public transportation information-sharing programs ongoing at the Department. The report shall include an analysis of the user satisfaction of public transportation agencies on the state of information-sharing and the value that each system provides the user, the costs and benefits of all centers and programs, the coordination among centers and programs, how each center or program contributes to implementing the information sharing plan under section 1203, and analysis of the extent to which the ISAC is duplicative with the Department’s information-sharing program.
6 U.S. Code § 1139. Information sharing
(a) Intelligence sharing
(b) Information Sharing and Analysis Center
(2) ParticipationThe Secretary—
shall encourage all other public transportation agencies to participate in the ISAC;
shall encourage the participation of nonprofit employee labor organizations representing public transportation employees, as appropriate; and
(1) In generalThere are authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this section—
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