Federal Government Technology Transfer and Commercialization Programs: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Economic Growth and Credit Formation of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, October 21, 1993, Volume 4
United States, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on Economic Growth and Credit Formation
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Page 72 - Materials, a major international society for the development of voluntary standards for materials, products, systems, and services. His awards include both the Gold and Silver Medals of the Department of Commerce, the William A. Jump Award for Exceptional Achievement in Public Administration, the Federal Government Meritorious Executive Award, and the Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership. Mr. Kammer received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland in 1969.
Page 138 - ... not expected to take within a reasonable time, effective steps to achieve practical application of the subject invention in such field of use...
Page 69 - Project (TRP) to stimulate the transition to a growing, integrated, national industrial capability which provides the most advanced, affordable, military systems and the most competitive commercial products.
Page 72 - ... ability to enhance the competitiveness of American industry while maintaining its traditional function as lead national laboratory for providing the measurements, calibrations, and quality assurance techniques which underpin United States commerce, technological progress, improved product reliability and manufacturing processes, and public safety...
Page 111 - DOE has taken steps to make its laboratories and facilities available as a technical resource for, and integral component of, the manufacturing outreach and extension system being developed by the Department of Commerce.
Page 70 - While government provides the catalyst — and in many, cases, critical technical support — industry conceives, cost-shares, manages and executes ATP projects. Management of projects is geared to ensure that the work performed is what industry believes should be done and is what it can do best. The ATP relies on the substantial involvement of industry to define and implement its R&D programs. ATP research directions are selected based on direct input from industry and developed in consultation...
Page 72 - Officer and was responsible for overseeing the technical projects of this $2 billion agency which has a staff of over 14,000. NOAA has five major programs — the National Weather Service; the National Marine Fisheries Service; the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service; the National Ocean Service; and the Office of Oceanic...