Dec, 2000
Neighborhood Emergency Help Center Concept Validation Final Report
U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command
Walther, John D.; Freeman, Marvin; Hayes, Susan
This report describes the validation process for the Neighborhood Emergency Help Center (NEHC), performed as part of the national Domestic Preparedness (DP) Program. The report briefly describes the DP Program, the Biological Warfare Improved Response Program (BWIRP), and development of the BW Response Template. The report then presents the validation methodology used to test and evaluate the NEHC component of the template. Finally, the report provides the results of the NEHC validation testing process and recommendations for improving the NEHC design.
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    Walther, John D.
    Freeman, Marvin
    Hayes, Susan
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    U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command
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    Dec, 2000
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    Public Domain
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