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Influenza Pandemic: Agencies Report Progress in Plans to Protect Federal Workers but Oversight Could Be Improved
Stanley J. Czerwinski (au)
Federal agencies must plan to protect federal workers essential to ensuring the continuity of the countryńˇ╗s critical operations in the event of a pandemic. GAO reported in 2009 that agencies had made uneven progress in developing operational influenza pandemic plans and some agencies were not close to having plans. In addition, there was no real mechanism to monitor agenciesńˇ╗ progress. This report determines (1) what progress federal agencies report they have made since GAOńˇ╗s 2009 report and identify challenges federal agencies report they face in protecting their workforce during an influenza pandemic; and (2) the extent to which oversight of agenciesńˇ╗ progress is being conducted and how the oversight information is being used. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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