Senior Research Fellow Jamie Barnett is currently serving under an IPA agreement as Chief, Public Safety & Homeland Security Bureau, for the Federal Communications Commission.  In an interview with CNN, he commented on the inability of cell phone networks to handle the volume of calls following the Virginia earthquake.  Ten years after 9/11 - and with a major hurricane bearing down on the east coast - these shortcomings in the system remain a major concern, and the FCC is investigating.  Click here to watch CNN coverage including comments from Barnett.