Warning "the nation is at risk for a catastrophic biological event," the Government Accountability Office is calling on the federal government to better consider "nonfederal capabilities" as the Obama administration develops a national biosurveillance strategy.

Through grants, technical and material assistance, guidance, and information sharing, the federal government has multiple efforts to support state and local biosurveillance initiatives, says GAO, a congressional investigatory agency.

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