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Homeland Security: Much is Being Done to Protect Agriculture From a Terrorist Attack, But Important Challenges Remain
Robert A. Robinson (au)
U.S. agriculture generates more than $1 trillion per year in economic activity & provides an abundant food supply for Americans & others. Since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, there are new concerns about the vulnerability of U.S. agriculture to the deliberate introduction of animal & plant diseases (agro-terrorism). Several agencies, including the USDA, DHS, HHS, EPA, & DoD, play a role in protecting the nation against agro-terrorism. This report examined: (1) the federal agenciesí roles & responsibilities to protect against agro-terrorism; (2) the steps that the agencies have taken to manage the risks of agro-terrorism, & (3) the challenges & problems that remain. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
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