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Wildland Fire Management: Interagency Budget Tool Needs Further Development to Fully Meet Key Objectives
Robin M. Nazzaro (au)
Wildland fires have become increasingly damaging and costly. To deal with fire's threats, the five federal wildland fire agencies -- the Forest Service in the Department of Agriculture and four agencies in the Department of the Interior (Interior) -- rely on thousands of firefighters, fire engines, and other assets. To ensure acquisition of the best mix of these assets, the agencies in 2002 began developing a new interagency budget tool known as fire program analysis (FPA). FPA underwent major changes in 2006, raising questions about its ability to meet its original objectives. This report examines: (1) FPA's development to date, including the 2006 changes; and (2) the extent to which FPA will meet its objectives. Illustrations.
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Travelerís Self Care Manual: A Self Help Guide to Emergency Medical Treatment for the Traveler
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