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The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) is developing the next five-year Arctic Research Plan. The new plan will span from 2022 to 2026 and aims to improve the collective impacts of federal agencies in Arctic research. Federal agencies have drafted a plan taking into consideration input from Arctic communities, federal agencies with a presence in Alaska, federal agencies with Arctic investments, the state of Alaska, and other non-federal partners. IARPC is now asking for the public to comment on this draft.

The comment period is open through June 11, 2021. Visit to learn more about the plan and how to comment.

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