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LETTER REPORT #6, APPENDIX 6-A SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS

Recommendation 1:

The committee recommends that all federal entities concerned with bioterrorism preparedness (e.g., CDC, the Health Resources and Services Administration, the Office of Domestic Preparedness [ODP]) should more actively coordinate guidance and funding activities. Federal agencies should also work together to develop mechanisms that facilitate coordination and collaboration among their grantees at the state and local levels. Such mechanisms may include, but are not lim-



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