Description: A variety of vehicles have been used to try to ensure a coordinated Federal approach to the complex issues surrounding the utilization of and exposure to radiation. Subsequently, various committees were convened to seek improvements in coordination of Federal radiation research programs and in addressing policy matters. In 1984, the Committee on Interagency Radiation Research and Policy Coordination (CIRRPC) was established. CIRRPC is charged with acting as a coordinator, clearinghouse, and evaluator of Federal research effort on designated research projects and coordinating radiation policy between agencies, resolving policy conflicts and advising of the formulation of broad radiation policy; to the extent that these actions complement the research and policy activities of member agencies. The present report is a follow-up to the CIRRPC Retreat of July 21, 1988.
Date: December 1, 1988
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