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Foundation Electric Power Research Institute Federal Emergency Management Agency Florida Institute of Phosuhate Research Genetics Society of America Health Physics Society Institute of Nuclear Power Operations James Picker Foundation National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Association of Photographic Manufacturers National Bureau of Standards National Cancer Institute National Electrical Manufacturers Association Radiation Research Society Radiological Society of North America Societv of Nuclear Medicine united States Department of Energy United States De~artmentof Labor United States Environmental Protection Agency United States Navy United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission To all of these organizations the Council expresses its profound appreciation for their support.

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