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Congress established the EPA Science Advisory Board (SAB) in 1978 and gave it a broad mandate to advise the Agency on technical matters. The SAB's principal mission includes:

Most (though not all) preliminary work of the SAB is done by subcommittees or panels focused on various environmental science topics. These groups are chaired by SAB members. Recommendations of subcommittees and panels are transmitted to the SAB for discussion and deliberation. Recommendations are forwarded to EPA only if the SAB determines that it is appropriate. This website provides information on:

Our recent additions page provides information on recent draft reports, Federal Register notices, upcoming meetings, recently announced advisory activities, and recently finalized reports.

Designated Federal Officer: Angela Nugent

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