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Diffuse Security Threats: Technologies for Mail Sanitization Exist, But Challenges Remain
Keith A. Rhodes. The attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, & recent anthrax exposures have heightened long-standing concerns about the proliferation of biological weapons & the U.S.ís ability to quickly respond to exposure to such weapons. In particular, the U.S. needs to identify technologies that can be used to protect against biological weapons, such as anthrax, without harming humans. This report identifies the technologies that the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) was using to sanitize the mail as of April 2002. In addition, it identifies the major issues associated with these technologies, including current applications, occupational safety matters, effects on materials, testing, operations & processing capabilities, costs, & implementation. Illustrated.
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