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2 Author(s)
William S. Boddie ; IRM College, National Defense University, Washington, DC, USA ; Luis Kun

Widespread national concern and demanded that the U.S. Government should adopt a national approach for ensuring U.S. food product safety. With approximately one in four U.S. consumers contracting illnesses from contaminated food products annually, the United States must develop and use a national food product safety management enterprise architecture (EA) to protect this critical national infrastructure industry.recent U.S. food product incidents confirm that the health care, public health, and the food and agriculture critical infrastructures are at significant risk. These risks are not constrained exclusively for the United States and are applicable to our global food partners.

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IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 6 )