EPA Office of Inspector General to Evaluate Agency's Nanotechnology Efforts

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Inspector General (OIG) "helps the Agency protect the environment in a more efficient and cost effective manner.  [It] consist[s] of auditors, program analysts, investigators, and others with extensive expertise" who are tasked with evaluating EPA's ability to deliver on key Agency policies.  Risk Policy Report ran an article yesterday (October 14, 2008) indicating that EPA's OIG intended to assess EPA's nanotechnology efforts in FY 2009.  We tracked down the underlying document which is attached here.  Specifically, EPA OIG intends to conduct an "[a]ssessment of EPA's Efforts to Monitor, Evaluate, and Act on Threats from the Production, Use and Disposal of Nanotechnology Products/Nanomaterials."
 

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