Influenza Pandemic: Monitoring and Assessing the Status of the National Pandemic Implementation Plan Needs Improvement
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 53 pages
The current H1N1 pandemic highlights the threat posed to our nation by an influenza pandemic. The previous administration's Homeland Security Council (HSC) issued the Implementation Plan for the National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza (Plan) in May 2006 to help address a pandemic. This report: (1) determined how the HSC and responsible federal agencies monitor the progress and completion of the Plan's action items; and (2) assessed the extent to which selected action items have been completed. To do this, the report interviewed officials from the HSC and the six federal agencies responsible for implementing most of the Plan, and analyzed a random sample of 60 action items. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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