Counterterrorism: Federal Research and Development, Organization, Policy and Funding ePub download
by Genevieve J. Knezo
- ISBN: 1590336372
- ISBN13: 978-1590336373
- ePub: 1879 kb | FB2: 1148 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc; UK ed. edition (January 1, 2003)
- Pages: 101
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This book inventories federal agency counterterrorism R&D funding pattern. It describes developments in federal organisations to set priorities and co-ordinate R&D in the Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Office of Homeland Security, and related bodies.
This book inventories federal agency counterterrorism R&D funding pattern. It also This book inventories federal agency counterterrorism R&D funding patterns, programs, and priority-setting and co-ordination mechanisms, and assesses changes proposed.
Defense R&D predominated in the 1980s, decreasing to about 50% of federal R&D in the 1990s. In non-defense R&D, space R&D was important in the 1960s as the nation sought to compete with the Soviet Union; energy R&D was a priority during the energy-short 1970s, and, since the 1980s, health R&D has predominated in civilian science.
S. 2452, the Lieberman substitute agreed to by the Governmental Affairs Committee, would give broader R&D authority to a national homeland security department.
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by Genevieve J. Knezo. Published January 2003 by Novinka Books.
Genevieve J. Knezo Specialist . Federal funding for counterterrorism R&D has increased substantially in the last three years. Knezo Specialist in Science and Technology Policy Resources, Science, and Industry Division.
Also, it summarized the recommendations for improvement made in authoritative reports. This document updates parts of that report, but does not repeat the expert recommendations made before December 2001.
Knezo, Genevieve J. 2001. Knezo, Genevieve J. 2002. The Roots of Muslim Rage, The Atlantic, September.