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The USDA proposes moving away from a per-bird payment for outbreak response efforts.
Gaps the GAO identified include instances of agencies overseeing their own labs, a need for more focus on the highest-risk activities, and understaffing.
The annual reports describe resistance patterns in samples from humans, retail meat, and animals at slaughter.
Varied efforts involve states, cities, food buyers, and hospital groups.
Officials say atypical bovine spongiform encephalopathy ("mad cow") was detected in an 11-year-old cow.
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