be effectively integrated, and who will control operations and ensure they are adequately interfaced with local and state governments and public health agencies? Although well beyond the scope of the committee’s charge, the development of an effective means of integrating the responses by multiple government agencies would provide the nation with perhaps the most necessary of “tools” with which to meet any future challenge.
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