SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — An after-action report on San Bernardino County’s response to the 2015 terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center will be delayed by at least six months.
The Sun newspaper reports unexpected delays in data gathering and the recent appointment of a new county CEO are the reasons cited for the setback.
County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to extend a contract with CPARS Consulting by six months and increase it from $169,000 to about $200,000. They also added an option to extend the contract another six months if necessary.
The report will examine the response and the impact of the attack by a county employee and his wife during a health department training event and holiday party. Fourteen people were killed.
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The six-phase project was initially scheduled for completion in December 2017.
Information from: The Sun, http://www.sbsun.com