The White House has a list of 125 ways in which the government could have responded better to Hurricane Katrina.
The president's spokesman, Scott McClellan, calls it a "very comprehensive review" in which every Cabinet department and agency participated.
A senior administration official tells The Associated Press the findings will probably criticize the government's response, but not as harshly as last week's congressional report. The House study faulted the White House for not getting involved earlier.
McClellan says the administration wants to apply lessons from "what worked and what didn't work" to the future.
President Bush hosts a Cabinet meeting tomorrow to assess the review.