• Political Science
  • Published 2012

Reform of the National Security Science and Technology Enterprise

  title={Reform of the National Security Science and Technology Enterprise},
  author={William R. Berry and Timothy Coffey and Donald W. Deyoung and James Bernard Kadtke and Cheryl A. Loeb},
Abstract : A strong science and technology (S&T) program has been vitally important to American national security since World War II and has to date given the United States a strategic advantage over competitors. During World War II and throughout the Cold War, highly specific and large-scale technology needs led to the concentration of national security S&T (NSST) programs in a few agencies, with little cross-agency coordination. Since the end of the Cold War, circumstances have changed… CONTINUE READING

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