Recommending and promoting changes to U.S. policy and law to strengthen national biodefense while optimizing resource investments.

"The nation has not come to fully appreciate the severity of the biological threat and our leaders have not demonstrated the political will to fully address it. We must address these shortcomings by prioritizing the following areas: 1) coordination and accountability among federal departments and agencies; 2) collaboration between federal and non-federal stakeholders; and 3) innovation that addresses both lingering and novel problems.”
(A National Blueprint for Biodefense, page 26)

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