4. Identify R&D and other opportunities for improving the utility for decision makers of current and potential new approaches to the assessment of proliferation risk; and
5. Identify and assess options for effectively communicating proliferation risk information to government and industry decision makers, as well as the public and the NGO community both within the United States and internationally.
This study will not address the risk associated with the physical security of the facility or materials against attack, theft, or diversion of nuclear materials. The study may examine policy options but will not make specific policy recommendations.