Scientific Integrity includes, but is not limited to, people engaged in the combination of transparency in the preparation, identification, use of scientific information in policymaking, and strict adherence to: policies; peer-review guidelines; procedures; ethics; and the concept of continuous improvement resulting from scientific assessments; audits; and evaluations. Since 2004, the US EPA has been using contractors ...more »
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