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22 REVIEW OF IN-COMMERCE SURVEILLANCE Key NAS Recommendations • Consider a “stepwise” decision process that, in effect, allocates surveillance resources across two tiers instead of three • FSIS should consider absence of surveillance by other jurisdictions to be more important in setting priorities for surveillance than the other risk considerations • Two Flowcharts.ppt 9