The report examines a draft plan, prepared by the Environmental Protection Agency, that identifies critical security issues for drinking water and wastewater and outlines related research and technical support needs. This report recommends increased attention to interagency coordination and encourages additional consideration of current restrictions on secure information dissemination. It further suggests that EPA incorporate the results of their research activities into an integrated water security guidance document to improve support for water and wastewater utilities.
Table of Contents
|PART I: Overarching Issues and Research and Technical Support Needs Assessment Executive Summary||1-10|
|2 Overview Issues in the Review of the Water Security Research and Technical Support Action Plan||15-24|
|3 Review of Identified Water Security Research Needs||25-50|
|PART II: Project Evaluation Executive Summary||53-60|
|2 Organizing Principles for Water Security||64-66|
|3 Review of Projects Identified in the Action Plan||67-101|
|Appendix A: Original and Suggested Time Lines for EPA Research Projects||105-114|
|Appendix B: Water Science and Technology Board||115-115|
|Appendix C: Biographical Sketches for the Panel on Water System Security Research and NRC Staff||116-120|
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