DOD Biological Threat Reduction Program Should Be Part of a New Interagency Mechanism to Coordinate Efforts to Prevent Biological Threats, Including Natural Disease Outbreaks – Report Offers Five-Year Strategy for BTRP

Cortez Deacetis

Over the next five decades, the U.S. Office of Defense’s Organic Menace Reduction System (BTRP) need to really encourage and be between co-leaders in the federal government’s development of an enduring interagency mechanism to tackle an array of organic threats – such as pure disease outbreaks, accidental releases, and intentional attacks — to deployed U.S. forces and to the country alone, says a new report from the Countrywide Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Drugs

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