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Office of Inspector General

Notification: Communication of Human Health Risks Posed by Sites in the Office of Land and Emergency Management's Programs (2nd notification)

Project #OA&E-FY19-0031, February 4, 2019

The OIG's revised project objective will now address whether the EPA is communicating sampling results or other indicators of human health risk at select sites in Office of Land and Emergency Management programs in a manner that allows impacted communities to avoid exposure to harmful contaminants or substances. 

This is the 2nd notification of this project, the initial notification is also available.

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