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Appendix B: Request for Information
Pages 29-31

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... Specific questions currently of interest to the committee related to assessing risks related to nuclear war: The committee will explore the intersection between those conducting risk assessments and decision makers (consumers of risk assessments) examining assumptions that are made by risk analysts and how are they communicated to the decision makers; and assumptions that are made by the decision makers when incorporating risk assessments into strategy and decisions.
From page 30...
...  Recent and past events and risk assessment: In the questions below, the committee requests information on the methods, assumptions, and changes made to risk assessment approaches in response to real-world events of relevance to the risk of nuclear war. o For risk analyses related to the war in Ukraine, provide details on how methods were used and updated as the situation evolved.
From page 31...
... 3. In the context of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, specifically the Russian attacks against and in the vicinity of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, has there been a uniform USG approach to addressing the risks of nuclear fuel meltdown or spent fuel pool damage?


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