How Can The Nation Better Prepare for Biological Attack?

There is no single federal department, agency or
position that has ultimate responsibility for securing America against a
biological attack—it’s a task that is spread widely across our civil
service and military. This network of emergency managers, medical personnel,
logisticians and policy makers is critical, yet loosely coordinated.
To help establish a unified vision, BioDefense 2010
will convene stakeholders from government, industry, and NGOs, to address the
core areas of weakness that require attention at many levels of responsibility. Learn More

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