The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is accepting comments through Aug. 5 to inform the development of a national research strategy to prevent veteran suicide. President Trump in March issued an executive order creating a federal task force to develop a national “roadmap” and research strategy to prevent veteran suicide.

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