When the 9/11 Commission tells us the government has earned more F's than A's on implementing their recommendations, it means we have some serious work left to do. We are safer, thanks to progress reforming the intelligence community, but we are still not safe. Almost two years after the Commission released its 41 thoughtful proposals, there are 27 for which the government received an average, near-failing or failing grade. Today we are reminding the American people and Congress that the 9/11 Commission's work cannot be in vain; it's time for more action.