Here are links to each of the individual reports:
Public Health and Biological Preparedness (I have not yet found a PDF for the complete report)
You can listen to Brian Deese, director of the National Economic Council, give context and his own highlighting at Bloomberg’s Odd Lots podcast.
I am still digging through.
I will, however, confess that my first-blush impressions are less than enthusiastic. I don’t — yet — see a coherent concept of demand and supply networks. Perhaps as a result, there does not seem to be much attention to policy integration across the six reports. I don’t see much attention to meaningful private-public collaboration. I do see plenty of evidence for a government-centric approach.
But… trying to read and think while the Russian military invades a neighbor — while answering lots of related questions — is not fair to the authors of these assessments. More soon, I hope.