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Finding Aid to the National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing and Communications Archives, 1936-2017 (bulk 1980-2017)

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Processed by Sally E. Howe, Ph.D. (NIST 1980-1992, NCO/HPCC 1992-2007, NLM 2007-2017)
Processing Completed Aug. 2017
Encoded by John P. Rees


Summary Information
Title: National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing and Communications Archives
Creator: Federal High Performance Computing Program (U.S.)
Dates: 1936-2017 (bulk 1980-2017)
Extent: 59.46 linear feet (48 boxes + oversize)
Abstract:
Publications and reports, correspondence, meeting materials and minutes, conference and workshop materials, visual media used in presentations, and transcripts document Federal agency HPCC Program activities and accomplishments.

Call number: MS C 621
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions on access.

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Preferred Citation:

Federal High Performance Computing Program (U.S.). National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing and Communications Archives. 1936-2017 (bulk 1980-2017). Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 621.

Provenance:

Transfer and gifts, Sally Howe (NLM/NCOHPCC), James R. Fischer (NASA), Susan Fratkin (CASC), 5/12/2017, Accession #2017-012.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing and Communications Archives, 1936-2017 (bulk 1980-2017)

History of Medicine Division
Processed by Sally E. Howe, Ph.D. (NIST 1980-1992, NCO/HPCC 1992-2007, NLM 2007-2017)
Processing Completed Aug. 2017
Encoded by John P. Rees

Descriptive Summary

Federal High Performance Computing Program (U.S.)National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing and Communications Archives Dates: 1936-2017 (bulk 1980-2017)59.46 linear feet (48 boxes + oversize)MS C 621Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:Publications and reports, correspondence, meeting materials and minutes, conference and workshop materials, visual media used in presentations, and transcripts document Federal agency HPCC Program activities and accomplishments.Provenance:

Transfer and gifts, Sally Howe (NLM/NCOHPCC), James R. Fischer (NASA), Susan Fratkin (CASC), 5/12/2017, Accession #2017-012.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions on access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Federal High Performance Computing Program (U.S.). National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing and Communications Archives. 1936-2017 (bulk 1980-2017). Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 621.

Acronyms

  • ACCA: American Clinical and Climatological Association
  • ACM: Association for Computing Machinery
  • ACTS: Advanced Communications Technology Satellite
  • AHCPR: Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (HHS)
  • AHPCRC: Army HPC Research Center (DoD)
  • AHRQ: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (HHS, successor to AHCPR)
  • AIMBE: American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering
  • ALA: American Library Association
  • AMIA: American Medical Informatics Association
  • ANL: Argonne National Laboratory (DOE)
  • ARC: Ames Research Center (NASA)
  • ARL: Association of Research Libraries
  • ARPA: Advanced Research Projects Agency (sometimes DARPA)
  • ASC MSRC: Aeronautical Systems Center, Major Shared Resource Center (DoD)
  • ATP: Advanced Technology Program (NIST)
  • BAA: Broad Agency Announcement
  • CACM: Communications of the ACM
  • CAEL: Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
  • CAS: Computational Aerosciences (NASA program)
  • CASC: Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers (now the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation)
  • CAT: Committee on Applications and Technology (IITF and NIITF)
  • CAVE: cave automatic virtual environment
  • CCIC: Committee on Computing, Information, and Communications (a successor to HPCCIT Subcommittee)
  • CCSF: Caltech Concurrent Supercomputing Facilities
  • CDC: Center for Disease Control and Prevention (HHS)
  • CDER: Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (FDA)
  • CESDIS: Center of Excellence in Space Data and Information Sciences (NASA)
  • CIC: Committee on Information and Communications (a successor to HPCCIT Subcommittee)
  • CISE: Computer and Information Science and Engineering (NSF Directorate)
  • CMU: Carnegie Mellon University
  • CNI: Coalition for Networked Information
  • CNRI: Corporation for National Research Initiatives
  • CoSEPuP: Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy (NAS/NAE/IOM)
  • CPMES: Committee on Physical, Mathematical and Engineering Sciences (FCCSET)
  • CRA: Computing Research Association
  • CRPC: Center for Research on Parallel Computation (Rice U.)
  • CRS: Congressional Research Service
  • CSC and CSCC: Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium (Caltech)
  • CSPP: Computer Systems Policy Project
  • CSTB: Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (NRC)
  • CTC: Cornell Theory Center (now the Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing (CAC)
  • DARPA: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (sometimes ARPA) (DoD)
  • DCRT: Division of Computer Research and Technology (NIH)
  • DDR&E: Director of Defense Research and Engineering (DoD)
  • DOC: Department of Commerce
  • DoD: Department of Defense
  • DOE: Department of Energy
  • DOT: Department of Transportation
  • ED: Department of Education
  • EFDPMA: Education Foundation of the Data Processing and Management Association
  • EIA: Electronic Industries Association
  • EOP: Executive Office of the President
  • EOSDIS: Earth Observing System Data and Information System (NASA)
  • EPA: Environmental Protection Agency
  • ESMF: Earth System Modeling Framework
  • ESnet: Energy Sciences Network (DOE)
  • ESS: Earth and Space Science (NASA program)
  • ESTO: Earth Science Technology Office (NASA)
  • FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
  • FARNET: Federation of American Research Networks
  • FCCSET: Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (OSTP)
  • FDA: Food and Drug Administration (HHS)
  • FLICC: Federal Library and Information Center Committee (LC)
  • FNC: Federal Networking Council
  • FNCAC: FNC Advisory Committee
  • FNLM: Friends of NLM
  • FY: Fiscal Year
  • GII: Global Information Infrastructure
  • GPO: Government Printing (later Publishing) Office
  • GSA: General Services Administration
  • GSFC: Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA)
  • HCMDSS: High Confidence Medical Device Software and Systems
  • HEC: High End Computing
  • HHS: Department of Health and Human Services
  • HIMSS: Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
  • HITIDE: Health IT Innovation and Development Environment (HITRD)
  • HITRD: Health IT R&D (NITRD)
  • HPC: High Performance Computing
  • HPCC: High Performance Computing and Communications
  • HPCCIT: High Performance Computing, Communications, and Information Technology
  • HPCI: High Performance Computing Initiative
  • HPCMO: High Performance Computing Modernization Office (DoD)
  • HPCMP: High Performance Computing Modernization Program (DoD)
  • HRSA: Health Resources and Services Administration (HHS)
  • IDC: International Data Corporation
  • IEEE: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • IHS: Indian Health Service (HHS)
  • II: Information Infrastructure
  • IIREN: Interagency Interim NREN
  • IITA: Information Infrastructure and Technology Act
  • IITA: Information Infrastructure Technology and Applications
  • IITF: Information Infrastructure Task Force
  • IMIA: International Medical Informatics Association
  • IOM: Institute of Medicine (NA)
  • ISI: Information Sciences Institute (USC)
  • ISO: Information Systems Office (DARPA)
  • IT**2: Information Technology for the 21st Century
  • ITAA: Information Technology Association of America
  • ITO: Information Technology Office (DARPA)
  • ITRD: Information Technology Research and Development
  • IWG: Interagency Working Group
  • JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association
  • JAMIA: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association
  • JNNIE: Joint NSF-NASA Initiative in Evaluation
  • JPL: Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA)
  • KDI: Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence (NSF program)
  • LANL: Los Alamos National Laboratory (DOE)
  • LBNL: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (DOE)
  • LC: Library of Congress
  • LLNL: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (DOE)
  • LSN: Large Scale Networking (HPCC)
  • MAGIC: Multidimensional Applications and Gigabit Internetwork Consortium (ARPA)
  • MCTC: Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation
  • MEDLARS: Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System (NLM)
  • MITI: Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Japan)
  • MLA: Medical Library Association
  • MPP: massively parallel processing
  • NA: National Academies
  • NACUBO: National Association of College and University Business Officers
  • NAE: National Academy of Engineering (NA)
  • NAP: National Academy Press, later National Academies Press (NA)
  • NAP: Network Access Point (NSF)
  • NARA: National Archives and Records Administration
  • NAS: National Academy of Sciences (NA)
  • NASA: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • NASULGC: National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
  • NCAR: National Center for Atmospheric Research (sponsored by NSF)
  • NCBI: National Center for Biotechnology Information (NLM)
  • NCO: National Coordination Office
  • NCSA: National Center for Supercomputing Applications (also National Computational Science Alliance)
  • NEC: National Economic Council (White House)
  • NEH: National Endowment for the Humanities
  • NERSC: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (LBNL)
  • NGI: Next Generation Internet
  • NHII: National Health Information Infrastructure
  • NHSE: National HPCC Software Exchange
  • NIH: National Institutes of Health (HHS)
  • NII: National Information Infrastructure
  • NIIAC: National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council
  • NIIT: NII Testbed
  • NIITF: NII Task Force
  • NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology (DOC)
  • NITRD: Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (current successor to HPCC)
  • NLM: National Library of Medicine (NIH)
  • NNSA: National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE)
  • NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (DOC)
  • NPACI: National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure
  • NRC: National Research Council (NAS)
  • NREN: National Research and Education Network
  • NREN: NASA Research and Education Network
  • NSA: National Security Agency (DoD)
  • NSB: National Science Board (for NSF)
  • NSF: National Science Foundation
  • NSFNET: NSF network
  • NSTC: National Science and Technology Council (OSTP)
  • NTIA: National Telecommunications and Information Administration (DOC)
  • NTIS: National Technical Information Service (DOC)
  • NTTF: Networking and Telecommunications Task Force (EDUCOM)
  • NYT: New York Times
  • OASC: Office of Advanced Scientific Computing (NSF)
  • OCLC: Online Computer Library Center, Inc.
  • OER: Office of Energy Research (DOE)
  • OMB: Office of Management and Budget (EOP)
  • OSTP: Office of Science and Technology Policy (EOP)
  • OTA: Office of Technology Assessment (U.S. Congress, 1972-1995)
  • PAC-HPCCITNGI: became the PITAC
  • PCAST: President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (administered by OSTP)
  • Petaflops: 10**15 floating point operations per second (flops)
  • PHS: Public Health Service (HHS)
  • PITAC: President's IT Advisory Committee (administered by OSTP, 1997-2005)
  • PL: Public Law
  • PNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (DOE)
  • PSC: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
  • RE&E: Remote Exploration and Experimentation (NASA program)
  • RFC: Request for Comment
  • RSNA: Radiological Society of North America
  • S&ECWG: Scientific and Engineering Computing Working Group (HPCC)
  • SBES: Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences (NSF Directorate)
  • SC: Supercomputing, a conference
  • SCD: Scientific Computing Division (NCAR)
  • SciDAC: Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (DOE program)
  • SDSC: San Diego Supercomputer Center
  • SIAM: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
  • STI: Scientific and Technical Information
  • SURA: Southeastern Universities Research Association
  • TA: Technology Administration (DOC)
  • UCAID: University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development
  • UCAR: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
  • UCSD: University of California at San Diego
  • UIUC: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • USC: University of Southern California
  • USDA: U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • USRA: University Space Research Association
  • USUHS: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  • UVA: University of Virginia
  • VA: Department of Veterans Affairs
  • vBNS: very high speed Backbone Network System (NSF)
  • VR: virtual reality
  • W. Post: Washington Post
  • WAIS: Wide Area Information Server
  • WEFA: Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates
  • WSJ: Wall Street Journal
  • WTEC: World Technology Evaluation Center, Inc.
  • XIWT: Cross-Industry Working Team (CNRI)

Biographical/Historical Note

By the early 1980s, U.S. Government leadership in high-performance computing was being challenged from abroad, especially by Japan. In the United States, seemingly insatiable demand on supercomputing resources came both from users at Federal labs conducting research to support agency missions and from researchers at U.S. universities conducting a wide-range of investigations, particularly in science and engineering, often for Federal agencies. DOE, NASA, NIST, NOAA, NSA, and NSF (all would become HPCC agencies), and U.S. universities and corporations were early purchasers of what were usually general-purpose supercomputing systems that were expensive to buy, house, and operate. In 1985 NSF funded the establishment of five supercomputer centers to serve the university community nationwide (rather than individual campuses), and States and corporations often helped procure the systems at those centers. NIH-funded university-based researchers often computed at the NSF-funded Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center. DOE's ESnet for the energy sciences, NASA Science Internet, and NSFNET were agency-funded coast-to-coast networks that connected their researchers to their supercomputer centers. R&D in computing, networking, and applications was often conducted in partnerships that included Federal agencies, U.S. universities, and U.S. industry.

Officially launched by the High-Performance Computing Act of 1991 (Public Law 102-194), the U.S. High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) Program was and is (with different names along the way) a coordinated multi-agency Federal R&D program. Its purpose "is to help ensure the continued leadership of the United States in high-performance computing and its applications." The Global Change Research Program, established by the Global Change Research Act of 1990 (P.L. 101-606), is the only other program of that type required by law.

The HPC Act was the culmination of efforts by Federal science agencies, research universities, computing systems manufacturers, telecommunications providers, the library community, and others. Those efforts included workshops, reports, HPCC activities within the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government, bills introduced in the U.S. Congress, and hearings and reports on those bills. For example, (D)ARPA, DOE, NASA, and NSF documented their growing need for "supercomputers" to tackle "Grand Challenge" science and engineering problems to address their agency missions, and for high-capacity, high-speed networks to connect the researchers that they funded to supercomputer centers. Reports often recommended improvements in procurement, access, design, capability, and algorithms and software, more trained personnel, and Federal coordination. Albert Gore Jr. (D-TN), a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1997 to 1985 and a U.S. Senator from 1985 to 1993, led the efforts that culminated in the passage of the Act, beginning with his Supercomputer Network Study Act of 1986 (P.L. 99-383). He introduced high-performance computing bills and held hearings on those bills in the 100th Congress (January 3, 1987-January 3, 1989), the 101st (1989-1991), and the 102nd (1991-1993).

The purpose of the HPC Act "is to help ensure the continued leadership of the United States in high-performance computing and its applications by [1] "expanding Federal support for research, development, and application of high-performance computing" in areas including a National Research and Education Network, information infrastructure including databases and access to supercomputers, software technology and tools, applications software, computing systems and subsystems, Grand Challenges, and basic research; promoting "greater collaboration among government, Federal laboratories, industry, high-performance computing centers, and universities"; and expanding "the number of researchers, educators, and students with training in" HPC and access to HPC resources and [2] "improving the interagency planning and coordination" of this Federal R&D "and maximizing the effectiveness of the Federal Government's high-performance computing efforts."

The Act states that the President of the United States "shall implement a National High-Performance Computing Program" and that the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in the Executive Office of the President shall "provide for interagency coordination of the Program", "consult with academic, State, industry, and other appropriate groups conducting research on and using high-performance computing", and submit an annual report to Congress.

To implement its requirements, in September 1992 OSTP established the HPCC Program, a HPCCIT (adding Information Technology) Subcommittee, and the National Coordination Office (NCO) for HPCC, naming NLM Director Dr. Donald A.B. Lindberg as the first NCO Director. Lindberg served as NCO Director until March 1995. He served as NLM Director from 1984 until retiring in 2015. The NCO was housed at NLM from September 1992 until it moved to NSF space in December 1995. The HPCCIT Subcommittee had been established in 1990 within the Executive Branch and reported to OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES, and NLM had been a member since its earliest days. After the NSTC succeeded the FCCSET in 1993, the HPCCIT reported to the NSTC Committee on Technology. President Bill Clinton and Vice President Gore strongly supported the HPCC Program during their two terms in office (1993-2001).

The eight original HPCC agencies had the following responsibilities:
  • DARPA:R&D in fiber optic networking technologies (begun in 1969 with the invention of the TCP/IP protocol used in ARPAnet and then the Internet)
  • NSF: Computing and networking infrastructure for university-based researchers in all science and engineering disciplines, including funding the operation of NSFNET and five supercomputer centers
  • DOE: R&D on and evaluation of HPCC systems, computational research with emphasis on energy applications, computational science education; fund the operation of ESnet and supercomputer centers at DOE labs
  • NASA: HPC R&D in computational science with emphasis on aerospace sciences, earth and space sciences, and remote exploration and experimentation; operate supercomputer center; fund NASA network operation
  • NLM: Medical applications, medical computation, network access for academic medical centers, training and career development
  • NIST: Measurement R&D for HPC systems and networks, interoperability standards and guidelines
  • EPA: Research to advance and disseminate computational techniques and software tools for ecosystem, atmospheric chemistry, and atmospheric dynamics models
  • NOAA: R&D in weather prediction and ocean sciences, particularly forecast models, computational fluid dynamics, support for agency missions; operate supercomputer centers


From FY 1992 through FY 1996 the HPCC Program was organized into five components:
  • HPCS: High Performance Computing Systems
  • NREN: National Research and Education Network
  • ASTA: Advanced Software Technology and Algorithms
  • BRHR: Basic Research and Human Resources
  • IITA: Information Infrastructure Technology and Applications, added in FY 1994


By the end of FY 1996 the Program had achieved its two quantitative goals by demonstrating (a) teraflops (trillions of floating point operations per second) computing speed technologies and (b) gigabit (billions of bits per second) networking.

By design the Program is balanced across its components and of sufficient scope to meet Program goals, build on agency strengths, accelerate technology transfer, and overcome barriers, including cost barriers.

With different technologies evolving at different speeds, beginning in FY 1997 the Program was organized into Program Component Areas, each with its own goals and schedules:
  • HECC: High End Computing and Computation, which in FY 2000 split in two -- High End Computing (HEC) Infrastructure and Applications (HEC I&A); HEC R&D
  • LSN: Large Scale Networking
  • HCS: High Confidence Systems, which in FY 2000 became High Confidence Software and Systems (HCSS)
  • HuCS: Human Centered Systems, which in FY 2000 became Human Computer Interaction and Information Management (HCI&IM)
  • ETHR: Education, Training, and Human Resources, which in FY 2000 became Social, Economic, and Workforce Implications of IT (SEW)
  • SDP: Software Design and Productivity, added in FY 2000
  • CSIA: Cyber Security & Information Assurance, added in FY 2007


In FY 2016, the successor Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) Program implemented an amended HPC Act that added responsibilities. There were 14 NITRD agencies – NSF, DoD Service research organizations, DOE Office of Science et al, NIH, DARPA, NIST, NASA, Department of Homeland Security, NOAA, DOE/NNSA, HHS/AHRQ, EPA, National Institute of Justice, and NARA. The Program reorganized again effective FY 2017.

A founding HPCC agency, NASA led the coordination of HPCC R&D in systems software for scalable parallel systems and in demonstrating teraflops performance on those systems. NASA's own software focus was on Grand Challenge applications in computational aerosciences, computational Earth and space sciences, and remote exploration for space flight. NASA supercomputing centers at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Maryland and Ames Research Center (ARC) in California housed systems that were scaled up over time to support sustained teraflops performance on those applications. Through its innovations in performance-based award management, NASA accelerated productive use of experimental HPC systems by Grand Challenge research teams. NASA funded high-speed networks that connected those systems to each other and to Grand Challenge researchers in universities, industrial research centers, and government labs. NASA and NSF teamed to evaluate commercial parallel scalable HPC systems.

By assembling the first all-commodity Linux cluster in 1994, GSFC created a gigaflops workstation that was a less expensive alternative to proprietary hardware/software systems. This approach, called Beowulf, was soon adopted worldwide for sizes ranging to the most powerful.

NASA selected and funded the open-source Earth System Modeling Framework to reduce the software complexity and increase the interoperability of Federally-funded weather and climate modeling applications. The ESMF is now used worldwide for this purpose.

NASA participated in HPCC/IITA through its R&D in digital library technologies and remote sensing databases.

The Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers (CASC) was founded in 1989 to "further the development of a national infrastructure of large-scale computing and appropriate network resources" by the directors and other senior personnel at supercomputer center at U.S. universities. It began with 11 supercomputer centers in 10 states.

CASC later became the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation, reflecting its expansion beyond "big iron" vector supercomputers to include parallel systems and then clusters, beyond supercomputer centers to include university-funded research programs, and to include Federal centers. As of 2017 CASC has 86 member organizations. Researchers – and their students – at CASC centers are funded by HPCC agencies including DARPA, DOE, NASA, NIH, and NSF. Four Federal labs with ties to nearby universities – Argonne with U. Illinois at Chicago, NERSC with UC-Berkeley, PNNL with U. Washington, and ORNL with U. Tennessee at Knoxville – have been CASC members. CASC members have over the years developed relationships with HPCC agencies; an example is NOAA with UT-Austin in hurricane projections including Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Representatives from HPCC agencies, especially NSF, DOE, NIH (especially NLM), DoD (especially DARPA), NASA, and OSTP have regularly spoken at the semi-annual CASC meetings.

Acronyms in this Biography/Historical Note are spelled out in the Access and Use section.


Publications and reports, Congressional activities, meeting materials and minutes, Presidential Advisory Committee activities, conference and workshop materials, visual media used in presentations, correspondence, and transcripts document Federal HPCC Program and NCO/HPCC activities and accomplishments. The majority of materials in this archive were transferred from the NCO's original offices headquartered at NLM under the leadership of the NCO's first Director Dr. Donald A.B. Lindberg; those documenting NASA and the Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers were compiled and donated by James R. Fischer and Susan Fratkin, respectively.

Together the collection represents materials about the need for what became the HPCC Program; the passage of the HPC Act of 1991 and subsequent bills, hearings, reports, and laws; the Program itself; and activities and publications of (a) the NCO, (b) HPCC agencies including NLM and NASA, (c) research universities, (d) the NREN and the Internet (ARPANET, predecessor to the Internet, had been created in 1969 by ARPA, an HPCC agency), (e) the President's IT Advisory Committee authorized in the 1991 Act, and (f) supercomputer centers, research labs, professional organizations including the Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers (CASC), corporations, and international organizations.

Index Terms

These terms are indexed in the National Library of Medicine's online catalog LocatorPlus. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog using these terms.

    MESH Subjects

    • Information Services
    • Internet
    • Computing Methodologies
    Personal Names

    • Lindberg, Donald A. B., 1933-
    • Gore, Al, 1948-
    Corporate Names

    • United States. President's Information Technology Advisory Committee
    • Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program (U.S.). National Coordination Office

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: DAB Lindberg's HPCC Articles, 1936-1994; undated
    The 270 items about medicine and computing that NLM Director DAB Lindberg brought from his NLM office to his NCO/HPCC office when the NCO was established in September 1992.

    11 DOC#1-20, 1963-1992; undated
    Patient identification, DAB Lindberg et al on the medical engineering interface, communications satellites in health education, MEDLARS services, computerized bibliographic searches of medical literature, electronic publishing, information systems for the medical sciences, image storage and retrieval, etc.

    12 DOC#21-40, 1961-1988; undated
    Patient management, clinical decision making, etc.

    13 DOC#41-70, 1959-1989; undated
    Knowledge representation, computer networks, information-sharing systems, search and retrieval, machine translation, continuing medical education, computers in medicine, medical informatics education, etc.

    14 DOC#71-110, 1936-1988; undated
    Telecommunications, decision analytics, data security, fuzzy logic, computerized medical records, hospital information systems, medical writing, etc.

    15 DOC#111-150, 1954-1992; undated
    AI/RHEUM, biomedical education, 1950s-1970s materials about NLM, medical informatics, clinical decision making, DxPlain, AI in medicine, Human Genome, health communications, querying MEDLINE over the Internet, electronic radiography, etc.

    16 DOC#151-170, 1962-1991; undated
    International health, DeBakey work, searching MEDLINE, data for nurses, NREN, accessing full-text medical information, etc.

    17 DOC#171-230, 1953-1994; undated
    Deacidified paper, DeBakey on medical libraries, supercomputers and AI, automated vocabulary mapping, natural language search, physician attitudes, broadband, data collection, Bayes' Rule, library of the future, etc.

    21 DOC#231-250, 1969-1991; undated
    Expert system, AI in information retrieval systems, machine intelligence vs. machine-aided intelligence in information retrieval, Kanji characters, CAT scans, MPPs, search and dissemination, etc.

    22 DOC#251-270, 1970-1985; undated
    Knowledge organization, Bayesian probability, expert diagnosis, effectiveness of full-text document retrieval system, ethical and legal issues, etc.

    Series 2: HPCC Blue Books (aka Supplements to the President's Budget) -- FY 1992-2012, 1991-2011
    The HPC Act of 1991, which was signed into law on December 9, 1991, requires an annual report to Congress. 535 copies of the report were hand-delivered to the Senate mail room every year, for distribution to each member of Congress. They were known as Blue Books from 1992 to 2005, then as Supplements. They describe the Program's goals and priorities, programs and activities, and funding by agency and by HPCC program element. The full series, through at least FY 2017, can be found at https://www.nitrd.gov/Publications/SupplementsAll.aspx.

    25 Grand Challenges: High Performance Computing and Communications -- The FY 1992 U.S. Research and Development Program. OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES. 1991. 63 pages 25 Grand Challenges 1993: High Performance Computing and Communications -- The FY 1993 U.S. Research and Development Program. OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES. 1992. 75 pages 25 High Performance Computing and Communications: Toward a National Information Infrastructure -- 1994. OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES. NCO/HPCC. 1993 Jun. 187 pages 25 High Performance Computing and Communications: Technology for the National Information Infrastructure -- Supplement to the President's Fiscal Year 1995 Budget. NSTC/CIC. NCO/HPCC. 1994 May. 66 pages 25 High Performance Computing and Communications: Foundations for America's Information Future -- Supplement to the President's FY 1996 Budget. NSTC/CIC. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Sep. 142 pages 25 High Performance Computing and Communications: Advancing the Frontiers of Information Technology -- Supplement to the President's FY 1997 Budget. NSTC/CCIC. NCO/CIC. 1996 Nov. 60 pages 25 Computing, Information, and Communications: Technologies for the 21st Century -- Supplement to the President's FY 1998 Budget. NSTC/CCIC. NCO/CIC. 1997 Nov. 84 pages 25 Computing, Information, and Communications: Networked Computing for the 21st Century -- Supplement to the President's FY 1999 Budget. NSTC/CT/Subcommittee on CICR&D. NCO/CIC. 1998 Aug-Sep. 130 pages 25 High Performance Computing and Communications: Information Technology Frontiers for a New Millennium -- Supplement to the President's FY 2000 Budget. NSTC/CT/Subcommittee on CICR&D. NCO/CIC. 1999 Apr. 142 pages 25 Information Technology: The 21st Century Revolution -- Supplement to the President's FY 2001 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/CIC. 2000 Sep 25. 201 pages 25 Networking and Information Technology Research and Development -- Supplement to the President's Budget for FY 2002. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Jul. 50 pages 25 FY 2003 Strengthening National, Homeland, and Economic Security: Networking and Information Technology Research and Development -- Supplement to the President's FY 2003 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2002 Jul. 53 pages 25 FY 2004 Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Advanced Foundations for American Innovation -- Supplement to the President's FY 2004 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2003 Aug 29. 62 pages 25 2005 Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Guide to the NITRD Program FY 2004-FY 2005 -- Supplement to the President's FY 2005 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2004 Dec. 111 pages 25 FY 2006 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/ITRD. 2005 Feb. 26 pages 25 FY 2007 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2006 Feb. 34 pages 25 FY 2008 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2007 Aug. 34 pages 25 FY 2009 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2008 Feb. 35 pages 25 FY 2010 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2009 May. 35 pages 25 FY 2011 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2010 Feb. 35 pages 25 FY 2012 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2011 Feb. 48 pages Series 3: Publications and reports, 1977-2010
    Topics include the need for and what became the HPCC Program, HPCC agency activities, and policy.

    1977-1990
    About 50 items. Topics include supercomputers (including science and engineering applications that require supercomputing, U.S. leadership, access by university-based researchers, procurement, NSF supercomputer centers, the supercomputer industry, government policies), computer research, scientific computing and computational science, a national research network, NSFNET, information technology, human genome, imaging. Publishers et al include FCCSET, GAO, HPCC agencies, NAP, NCSA, OTA, SIAM.

    41 Information Processing 77: Proceedings of IFIP Congress 77, Toronto. B Gilchrist (Columbia U.), editor. North-Holland. 1977 Aug 8-12. 1022 pages 3710 Report of the panel on Large Scale Computing in Science and Engineering. P Lax, chair. Under the sponsorship of DOD and NSF in cooperation with DOE and NASA. 1982 Dec 26. 183 pages. Donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC) 43 Report to the FCCSET Supercomputer Panel on Recommended Government Actions to Provide Access to Supercomputers. FCCSET Panel on Supercomputers, Procurement Group, JF Decker (DOE), chair. 1983. 25 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC). Photocopy 44 Report to the FCCSET Supercomputer Panel on Recommended Government Actions to Retain U.S. Leadership in Supercomputers. FCCSET Panel on Supercomputers, Procurement Group, JF Decker (DOE), chair. 1983. 19 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 45 A National Computing Environment for Academic Research. Prepared under the direction of Marcel Bardon. NSF Working Group on Computers for Research, KK Curtis, chair. NSF. 1983 Jul. 35 pages 46 Computational Modeling and Mathematics Applied to the Physical Sciences. NRC. NAP. 1984. 102 pages. Donated by Mel Ciment (NSF) 47 Program Announcement for the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing [OASC]. NSF. 1984?. 4 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 48 Access to Supercomputers. NSF OASC. 1984 Sep (revised). 19 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 49 Advanced Scientific Computing I. NSF Mosaic Vol 16 Num 3. 1985. 32 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 410 Advanced Scientific Computing II. NSF Mosaic Vol 16 Num 4. No date. 56 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 411 Information Technology R&D: Critical Trends and Issues. OTA. 1985 Feb. 352 pages. HPCC 70. Donated by N Kreisman (DOE) 412 Report of the FCCSET Panel on Advanced Computer Research in the Federal Government. RE Kahn (DARPA), chair. FCCSET. 1985 Jun. 52 pages. HPCC 41 414 FY 1985 Annual Report of the FCCSET Committee on HPC: Procurement/Access Group. 7 pages 415 An Agenda for Improved Evaluation of Supercomputer Performance. NRC. NAP. 1986. 68 pages. HPCC 71 416 Supercomputers: Government Plans & Policies -- Background Paper. OTA. 1986 Mar. 35 pages. HPCC 72 417 Advanced Scientific Computing III. NSF Mosaic Vol 17 Num 1. NSF. 1986 Spring. 48 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 418 The Computational Science Revolution: Technology, Methodology, and Sociology -- adapted from review article in "High-Speed Computing: Scientific Applications and Algorithm Design". LL Smarr. NCSA/UIUC. 1987. 32 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 419 Steps Toward a National Research Telecommunications Network. Gordon Bell. Library Hi Tech. 1987. 4 pages 420 A National Computing Initiative: The Agenda for Leadership -- Report of Panel on Research Issues in Large-Scale Computational Science and Engineering. 1987 Feb 2-3 SIAM workshop sponsored by NSF and DOE. 1987. 80 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 421 FY 1986 Annual Report of the FCCSET Committee on High Performance Computing. 1987 Jan. 6 pages. HPCC 74 422 Report to Congress on Computer Networks to Support Research in the United States: Study of Critical Problems and Future Options -- Volume II: Reports from 1987 Feb 17-19 Workshop on Computer Networks. LANL. FCCSET. 1987 Jun. 93 pages. HPCC 42 423 The Health of Biomedical Research Institutions: Proceedings of the 55th Meeting of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Director, held June 15-16, 1987. HHS/Public Health Service/NIH. 1987 Sep. 51 pages 424 Focus on NSF Supercomputing. In: Computers in Physics, premier edition. 1987 Nov-Dec. 96 pages (whole issue). Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 425 A Research and Development Strategy for High Performance Computing. EOP/OSTP (FCCSET). 1987 Nov 20. 31 pages. HPCC 43 426 The U.S. Supercomputer Industry. FCCSET Committee on Computer Research and Applications, Subcommittee on Science and Engineering Computing. EOP/OSTP. 1987 Dec. 179 pages. HPCC 73 427 Mapping the Human Genome. M Pines. Howard Hughes Medical Institute. 1987 Dec. 16 pages 428 Toward a National Research Network. NRC for NSF. 1988. HPCC 279 429 The Impact of Supercomputing Capabilities on U.S. Materials Science and Technology. NRC. NAP. 1988. 72 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 430 Transportable Applications Environment Plus: New Possibilities, New Productivity for User Interface Design. NASA. 1988? 8 pages 431 NSF Network Service Center Bulletin #2 -- includes Mid-Level Wide-Area Networks and Contacts for Mid-Level Networks. 1988 Feb. 11 pages 432 Report to the NIH Director: Ad Hoc Program Advisory Committee on Complex Genomes. 1988 Feb 29-Mar 1 (meeting dates). 28 pages 433 Annual Report 1987. FCCSET Committee on Computer Research and Applications, Subcommittee on Science and Engineering Computing. EOP/OSTP. 1988 Mar. 15 pages. HPCC 75 434 Dialog OnDisc -- MEDLINE. Dialog Information Services, Inc. 1988 Apr. 8 pages 435 New Developments in Biotechnology 4: U.S. Investment in Biotechnology. OTA. 1988 Jul. 302 pages 436 The Human Genome Initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy. DOE/OER and DOE Office of Health and Environmental Research. [1988 Sep (?)]. 40 pages 437 Strategic Computing: Fourth Annual Report. DARPA. 1988 Nov. 58 pages. HPCC 312 438 Information Technology and the Conduct of Research: The User's View. NAS/NAE/IOM/CoSEPuP. NAP. 1989. 84 pages. HPCC 179 439 Gateway to Knowledge: The British Library Strategic Plan 1989-1994. 1989. 35 pages 440 Supercomputing for the 1990s: A Shared Responsibility. Higher Education and Technology Committee and National Association of State Universities and Land-Grand Colleges (NASULGC). UIUC for NASULGC. 1989 Jan. 65 pages. HPCC 190 441 Improving Health Professionals' Access to Information. Report of the Board of Regents: NLM Long Range Plan. 1989 Aug. 28 pages 442 High Performance Computing & Networking for Science: Background Paper. OTA. 1989 Sep. 45 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 443 The Federal High Performance Computing Program. EOP/OSTP. 1989 Sep 8. 84 pages. HPCC 44 444 FCCSET Subcommittee on Science and Engineering Computing: Annual Report FY 1989. D Nelson (DOE), chair. EOP/OSTP. 58 pages. HPCC 76 445 Copyright and Home Copying: Technology Challenges and the Law. OTA. 1989 Oct. 301 pages. HPCC 194 53 The National Science Foundation Supercomputing Centers -- 1990. 24 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 54 NCAR UNICOS Primer Version 2.0 -- and 1992 update. NCAR Scientific Computing Division. 1990-1992. Approx. 450 pages. HPCC 178 55 International Data Group: World's Leading Source Of Information For Success With Information Technology. IDG. 1990? 12 pages 56 Loose Change -- The COINS Department Newsletter. U. Mass Amherst Department of Computer and Information Science. 1990 Winter-1991 Fall. 46 pages 57 Critical Connections: Communication for the Future. OTA (reproduced by DOC/NTIS). 1990 Jan. 402 pages. HPCC 217 58 Foreign Technology: U.S. Monitoring and Dissemination of the Results of Foreign Research. GAO. 1990 Mar. 42 pages. Photocopy 481 The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. Revised 1990 Mar. 12 pages 59 Emerging Technologies: A Survey of Technical and Economic Opportunities. DOC Technology Administration. 1990 Spring. 67 pages. Includes only odd numbered pages (i) to (xxi) of slides. HPCC 58 510 Electronic Imaging. Report of the Board of Regents: NLM Long Range Plan. 1990 Apr. 29 pages 1991
    About 35 items. Topics include NSF supercomputing centers, math, NREN, U.S. technology policy, ESNET, networking rural America, Gigabit testbeds, Supercomputing '91. Publishers et al include CSPP, DOE, FCCSET, GAO, NRC/NAP, OTA, NSF.

    516 NSF Supercomputing Centers 1991. NSF. 1991. 36 pages. HPCC 57 517 Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium / CSC Scientific and Engineering Applications. 1991. 40 pages. HPCC 212 518 Mathematical Foundations of High-Performance Computing and Communications. NRC. NAP. 1991. 42 pages. HPCC 45 519 Mathematical Sciences, Technology, and Economic Competitiveness. JG Glimm, editor. NRC. NAP. 1991. 124 pages. HPCC 59 520 The National Research and Education Network (NREN): Research and Policy Perspectives. McClure et al. Ablex Publishing Corporation. 1991. 754 pages. HPCC 213 521 Toward a Copyright Management System for Digital Libraries. JR Garrett and JS Alen. Copyright Clearance Center Inc. for CNRI. 1991. 78 pages 522 HERMES Integrated Medical Workstation -- MW2000 -- A workstation for the support of clinical research and patient care in cardiology. T Timmers et al. the thoraxcentre journal. 1991. 17 pages 523 2020 Vision -- Transform your business today to succeed in tomorrow's economy. S Davis, B Davidson. Simon & Schuster. 1991. 224 pages 524 Iliad: Knowledge Engineering Tools -- User Manual. Applied Informatics. 1991 Jan. 65 pages 525 Perspectives on U.S. Technology Policy, Part I: The Federal R&D Investment. CSPP. 1991 Feb 26. 14 pages. HPCC 170 526 Perspectives on U.S. Technology Policy, Part II: Increasing Industry Involvement. CSPP. 1991 Feb 26. 10 pages. HPCC 171 527 ESNET Program Plan. DOE. 1991 Mar. Approximately 170 pages. HPCC 214 528 HPCC: Investment in American Competitiveness. Gartner Group for DOE and LANL. 1991 Mar 15. 322 pages. HPCC 22 529 Rural America at the Crossroads: Networking for the Future. OTA. 1991 Apr. 197 pages 530 Decade of the Brain 1990-2000: Maximizing Human Potential. FCCSET Committee on Life Sciences and Health. OSTP/FCCSET. 1991 Apr. 109 pages. HPCC 125 531 CASA Gigabit Network Testbed: Quantum Chemical Reaction Dynamics. A Kuppermann and M Wu. CCSF. 1991 Jun. 8 pages. HPCC 85 62 HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING: Industry Uses of Supercomputers and High-Speed Networks. GAO. 1991 Jul. 29 pages 63 Studies of Electron-Molecule Collisions on Distributed-Memory Parallel Computers. C Winstead et al. CCSF. 1991 Jul. 24 pages. HPCC 90 64 Parallel Computing in the 1980s -- One Person's View. P Messina. CCSF. 1991 Aug. 47 pages. HPCC 86 65-6 Computational Science and Education: Workshop on the Role of HPCC Centers in Education. (1) Part 1: Report. 1991 Oct. 25 pages. HPCC 60. (2) Part 2: Resource Materials. 1991 Oct. 67 pages. HPCC 61 67 Parallel Computing in the U.S.A. P Messina. CCSF. 1991 Oct. 5 pages. HPCC 87 68 Adaptive Parallel Meshes with Complex Geometry. R Williams. CCSF. 1991 Oct. 15 pages. HPCC 88 69 The NTIA Infrastructure Report: Telecommunications in the Age of Information. DOC/NTIA. 1991 Oct. 395 pages. HPCC 132 610 Major NIH Computer System: Poor Management Resulted in Unmet Scientists' Needs and Wasted Millions. GAO. 1991 Nov. 36 pages 611 Low-Energy Electron Scattering by C3H6 Isomers. C Winstead et al. CCSF. 1991 Nov. 22 pages. HPCC 89 612 Low-Energy Electron-Impact Excitation of the . . . States of Formaldehyde. Q Sun et al. CCSF. 1991 Nov. Incomplete. HPCC 91 613 Low-Energy Electron Scattering by Methane, Arsine, and Phosphine. C Winstead et al. CCSF. 1991 Nov. Incomplete. HPCC 92 614 Supercomputing '91: Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society and ACM. 1991 Nov 18-22. 942 pages. HPCC 184 615 NorthWestNet User Services Internet Resource Guide (NUSIRG). J Kochmer. NorthWestNet and Northwest Academic Computing Consortium. Third edition. 1991 Dec. 294 pages 616 The Federal HPCCI Budget for FY'92: Achieving Better Balance. CSPP. 1991 Dec 3. 6 pages. Photocopy 617 Expanding the Vision of HPCC: Linking America for the Future. CSPP. 1991 Dec 3. 18 pages. HPCC 172 618 Annual Summary of Usage Statistics for the NSF Supercomputer Centers -- Fiscal Year 1991. Quantum Research Corporation for NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing. 89 pages. HPCC 56 619 Information Liberates: 1991 Annual Report. Information Industry Association. 1991. 18 pages 620 DAB Lindberg's "Technical and Scientific Information", 1991-1992 (1) Information Policy and the Internet: Toward a Public Information Infrastructure in the United States. B Kahin. Government Publications Review. 1991. 18 pages (2) Improving the Impact of Federal Scientific and Technical Information: A Call for Action. D Gold for OMB. 1992 May 15. 33 pages 1992
    About 80 items. Topics include information infrastructure, computer science and engineering, massively parallel computing, software, NSFNET, intellectual property, DoD key technologies, NREN. Publishers et al include CRA, CSPP, CSTB/NRC, FCCSET, GAO, HPCC agencies, OSTP, OTA.

    75 Science and Technology. OSTP. 1992. 22 pages. HPCC 131 76 Building Information Infrastructure: Issues in the Development of the National Research and Education Network. B Kahin, editor. McGraw Hill. 1992. 446 pages. HPCC 16 77 Computing the Future: A Broader Agenda for Computer Science and Engineering. J Hartmanis, H Lin, editors. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1992. 285 pages. HPCC 40 78 The U.S. Global Change Data and Information Management Program Plan. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences. 1992. 107 pages. HPCC 49 79 Computational Science Advances -- plus inserts of (1) Telemicroscopy in 1998 and (2) Building a Research Infrastructure: highlights of a collaborative pilot project. SDSC. 1992. 49 pages. HPCC 64 710 Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1992. 48 pages 711 Health in the Information Age: The Emergence of Health Oriented Telecommunication Applications. MD McDonald and HL Blum. Environmental Science and Policy Institute. 1992. 72 pages 712 Understanding PACS: Picture Archiving and Communications Systems. Society for Computer Applications in Radiology (SCAR). 1992. 36 pages 713 Frontiers '92: The Fourth Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and NASA/GSFC. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1992. 610 pages. HPCC 199 714 The National Education Goals Report: Building a Nation of Learners. GPO. 1992. Book: 344 pages. Brochure: 27 pages 715 Transportable Applications Environment Plus: New Possibilities, New Productivity for User Interface Design. For NASA/GSFC. 1992? 8 pages 716 Internet Society News Volume 1 Number 1. 1992 Winter. 48 pages 717 By the Year 2000: First in the World. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1992 Jan. 66 pages. HPCC 126 718 U.S. Business and the National Science Foundation's Supercomputing Centers. CTC, NCSA, PSC, SDSC. 1992. 28 pages 719 Zen and the Art of the Internet. BP Kehoe. 1992 Jan. 170 pages 720 Facilitating Medical Services: Federal Sector Coordination of Medical Facilities and Services -- Setting the Pace for the 1990s -- Proceedings of 1992 Jan 8-9 conference. Submitted to Federal Health Care Study Commission. 89 pages. HPCC 305 721 High Performance Software: First Annual PI Meeting. DARPA. 1992 Jan 15-17 (meeting dates). Approximately 550 pages. HPCC 183 722 Comprehensive and Basic Science and Technology Policy toward the New Century -- 18th Recommendation. Prime Minister's Council for Science and Technology, Japan. 1992 Jan 24. 40 pages. HPCC 157. Photocopy 723 Biotechnology for the 21st Century. FCCSET Committee on Life Sciences and Health. 1992 Feb. 132 pages. HPCC 119 724 The National Science Foundation MetaCenter: A report prepared for the Program Advisory Committee to the NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing. 1992 Feb. 96. pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC). Photocopy 725 Supercomputing Networking for Space Science Applications -- Final Report. USRA for NASA. 1992 Feb 21. 44 pages. HPCC 133. Photocopy 726 Medical and Biological Engineering: A Celebration of the Past and Challenges of the Future. AIMBE. 1992 Feb 24-25. 50 pages 727 The Process of Discovery: NCSA Science Highlights. NCSA. 1992 Mar. 32 pages 729 Science and Technology: A Report to the Congress. EOP/OSTP. 1992 Mar 17. 137 pages. HPCC 130 81 AVS Network News Volume 1, Issue 2. The International AVS Center. 1992 Spring. 20 pages 82 VISTAnet Annual Report. BellSouth, GTE, MCNC, NCSU, UNC-CH. 1992 Apr. 86 pages 83 Voxel Databases: A Paradigm for Parallelism with Spatial Structure. R Williams. CCSF. 1992 Apr. 15 pages. HPCC 94 84 CASA Gigabit Testbed: 1992 Annual Report -- A Testbed for Distributed Supercomputing. CCSF. 1992 Apr. 59 pages. HPCC 95 85 Advanced Materials and Processing: The Fiscal Year 1993 Program. FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1992 Apr. 71 pages. HPCC 84 86 Advanced Materials and Processing: The Fiscal Year 1993 Program. FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1992 Apr. 219 pages. HPCC 107 87 Basic Policy for Science and Technology. Government of Japan. 1992 Apr 24. 9 pages. HPCC 158. Photocopy 88 DARPA Software Technology Conference 1992 -- Proceedings. DARPA. 1992 Apr 28-30. 540 pages. HPCC 182 89 Finding a Balance: Computer Software, Intellectual Property and the Challenge of Technological Change. OTA. 1992 May. 234 pages. HPCC 17 810 (1) HPCC battle focuses on money, NREN (FW Weingarten). (2) NSF report highlights evolving research needs (WR Adrion). In: Computing Research News. 1992 May. 12 pages (whole issue). 811 A Dynamic Solution-Adaptive Unstructured Parallel Solver. R Williams. CCSF. 1992 May. 11 pages. HPCC 96 812 Reducing the Impacts of Natural Hazards: A Strategy for the Nation. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences, Subcommittee on Natural Disaster Reduction. 1992 May. 93 pages. HPCC 123 813 Introduction to Parallel Computing. EL Lafferty, MC Michaud, et al. MITRE. 1992 May. 143 pages. HPCC 200 814 HPCC and the Future of High Performance Computing. Convex Computer Corporation. 1992 May 14 (date of seminar). 120 pages. HPCC 19 815 Federally Funded Genome Research: Science and Technology Transfer Issues -- Proceedings of a Public Meeting. FCCSET Committee on Life Sciences and Health, Genome Patent Working Group. 1992 May 21. 125 pages. HPCC 112 816 Dispelling the Manufacturing Myth: American Factories Can Compete in the Global Marketplace. Committee on Comparative Cost Factors and Structures in Global Manufacturing, Manufacturing Studies Board, NRC. NAP. 1992 May 23. 124 pages. HPCC 180 817 Proceedings of the Grand Challenge Computing Science Fair . . . First Anniversary of Installation of Touchstone Delta. T Mihaly and P Messina, editors. CCSF. 1992 May 27. HPCC 98 818 Touchstone Delta Grand Challenge Computing Applications. T Mihaly and P Messina, editors. CCSF. 1992 Jun. 92 pages. HPCC 97 819 Information Dissemination: Case Studies on Electronic Dissemination at Four Agencies. GAO. 1992 Jul. 47 pages 820 DoD Key Technologies Plan. DoD/DDR&E. 1992 Jul. 227 pages 821 Proceedings of the Delta Advanced User Training Class Notes. M Maloney and P Olsen, editors. CCSF. 1992 Jul. 166 pages. HPCC 99 822 Federal Ground-Water Science and Technology Programs: The Role of Science and Technology in Addressing Four Significant National Ground-Water Issues. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences. OSTP. 1992 Jul. 86 pages. HPCC 109 823 Predicting Our Weather: A Strategic Plan for the U.S. Weather Research Program. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences, Subcommittee on Atmospheric Research. 1992 Jul. 47 pages. HPCC 124 824 Can Telecommunications Help Solve America's Health Care Problems? Executive Summary. AD Little. 1992 Jul. 7 pages. HPCC 245 825 Telecommunications: Can It Help Solve America's Health Care Problems? AD Little. 1992 Jul. 103 pages. HPCC 80 826 Shortcut to the Information Superhighway: A Progressive Plan to Speed the Telecommunications Revolution. SR Rivkin and JD Rosner. Progressive Policy Institute. 1992 Jul. 28 pages. HPCC 272 827 SCD Computing News (Jul/Aug 1992, Sep/Oct 1992, Nov 1992, Dec 1992). NCAR Scientific Computing Division 828 Telecommunications: Enabling Ontario's Future. Advisory Committee on a Telecommunications Strategy for the Province of Ontario to the Minister of Culture and Communications. 1992 Aug. 92 pages. HPCC 63 829 Enabling the Future: Linking Science and Technology to Societal Goals. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Sep. 72 pages 830 NREN Policy Workshop. EDUCOM. 1992 Sep 16-18 (workshop dates). 254 pages. HPCC 12 831 Proceedings of the NREN Workshop. Sponsored by CRA, EDUCOM, IEEE U.S. Activities Board, with assistance from NSF. 1992 Sep 16-18 (workshop dates). 246 pages. HPCC 11 832-33 High Performance Computing PI meeting -- Proceedings. DARPA. 1992 Sep 22-25. (1) Volume I: 812 pages. HPCC 141. (2) Volume II: 712 pages. HPCC 142 834 NIH/NLM Programs and Services FY 1992. 85 pages. HPCC 269 835 The Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium Annual Report FY 1991-1992. 88 pages. HPCC 211 91 Visions. Ohio Supercomputer Center. 1992 Fall. 16 pages 92 A History of the Information Processing Techniques Office of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. AL Norberg, JE O'Neill, et al. Charles Babbage Institute (U. Minnesota). 1992 Oct. 380 pages. HPCC 289 93 Top-Down Design of a Parallel I/O System. EP DeBenedictis. CCSF. 1992 Oct. 23 pages. HPCC 100 94 Perspectives on U.S. Technology and Trade Policy: The CSPP Agenda for the 103rd Congress. CSPP. 1992 Oct 1. 20 pages 95 New York State Library: Network Services Planning Task Force Report. The University of the State of New York. 1992 Nov. 28 pages. HPCC 291 96 parallelogram: The International Journal of High Performance Computing. Fitzroy Publishing Ltd. 1992 Nov. 27 pages 97 NCLIS Report to OSTP on Library and Information Services' Roles in the NREN. U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science. 1992 Nov 13. 35 pages. HPCC 62 98 PSC News. 1992 Nov-Dec. 16 pages 910 In the National Interest: The Federal Government and Research-Intensive Universities -- a report to the FCCSET. The Ad Hoc Working Group on Research-Intensive Universities and the Federal Government. 1992 Dec. 68 pages. HPCC 111 917 Trends in the Structure of Federal Science Support. FCCSET/CPMES. 1992 Dec. 173 pages. HPCC 118 918 The Whole Internet: User's Guide & Catalog. E Krol. O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. 1992 Dec. 400 pages. HPCC 129 919 The Sharenet Association: The Strategic Plan. 1992 Dec. 20 pages. HPCC 298 920 Executive Summary: AI/RHEUM Focus Groups. Three Cedars Research Services. 1992 Dec 921 The National Research and Education Network Program: A Report to Congress in Response to a Requirement of The High Performance Computing Act of 1991 (PL 102-194). EOP/OSTP. NCO/HPCC. 1992 Dec 8. 61 pages. HPCC 167 922 High School Initiative in Computational Science. PSC. 1992 Dec 31 (end of 1992) (?). 23 pages 923 NASA HPCC Program Annual Report, 1992. L Holcomb, P Smith, P Hunter. NASA Technical Memorandum 4554, NASA Office of Aeronautics, HPCC Office. 1992 Sep 30 (end of fiscal year) (?). 150 pages. HPCC 276 924 NASA OSSA [Office of Space Science and Applications] Information Systems Program Annual Report 1992. NASA. [1992 Dec 31 (end of 1992) (?)]. 33 pages 1993
    About 90 items. Topics include information infrastructure, HPC for U.S. industry, systems software and tools for HPC environments, collaboratories, technology for America's growth, Grand Challenge applications, "From Desktop to Teraflop", electronic delivery of Federal services, SC'93. Publishers et al include CBO, CSPP, FCCSET, GAO, HPCC agencies, NAP, OTA, supercomputer centers, the White House.

    117 Breaking the Mold: Forging a Common Defense Manufacturing Vision. NRC Committee on Defense Manufacturing Strategy. NAP. 1993. 95 pages. HPCC 181 118 Strategies for Rural Competitiveness: Policy Options for State Governments. TW Bonnett. Council of Governors' Policy Advisors. 1993. 176 pages. HPCC 299 119 Computing at the Leading Edge: Research in the Energy Sciences. DOE/LLNL/NERSC. 1993. 98 pages. HPCC 189 1110 Investment for Humanity: A Strategic Vision for the National Institutes of Health. NIH. 1993. 120 pages 1111 High Performance Computing for U.S. Industry (Sandia). SS Dosanjh, editor. DOE/Sandia National Laboratories. 1993? 110 pages. HPCC 187. Photocopy 1112 Science and Engineering Indicators - 1993. NSB. NSF. 1993. HPCC 218 1113 Computational Science: Advances Through Collaboration. SDSC. 1993. 28 pages. HPCC 231 1114 CRPC: Making Parallel Computing Truly Usable. CRPC - Rice U. 1993. 52 pages 1115 CRPC newsletter "Parallel Computing Research". 1993 Oct. 16 pages 1116 CRPC Technical Reports. 1993 through November. 24 pages 1117 Systems Software and Tools for High Performance Computing Environments -- P Messina and T Sterling, editors. SIAM. 1993. 179 pages. HPCC 264. JPL also published this report, filed at 1993 Apr 1 1118 High Performance Computing and Communications: Making the World a Smaller Place. NCO/HPCC. 1993. 12 pages. Photocopy 1119 Discovery: Insights Through Advanced Computing. CTC. 1993. 40 pages 1120 Perspectives on Telecommunications in the National Information Infrastructure. IEEE-USA. 1993. 56 pages 1121 Science, Technology, and the Federal Government: National Goals for a New Era. NAS/NAE/IOM Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy [CoSEPuP]. 1993. 64 pages 1122 National Collaboratories: Applying Information Technology for Scientific Research. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1993. 116 pages 1123 Network Equipment Technologies materials. 1993 1124 The CM-5 User Programming Environment and CM/AVS. Thinking Machines Corporation. 1993. 24 pages 1125 1993 Guide to Research and Education. Marine Biological Laboratory. 1993. 60 pages 1126 Overview of a Healthcare Information System Architecture Beyond the Computer-based Patient Record. MITRE. 1994. 29 pages 1127 Model Science and Technology Information Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa: Report of a Feasibility Study. NRC. NAP. 1993. 83 pages 1128 Health Care Cost Reductions: The InterLATA Component: Summary of Findings. Arthur D. Little. 1993? 4 pages. HPCC 244 1129 Machine Translation Technology: A Potential Key to the Information Age. FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1993 Jan. 57 pages. HPCC 108 1130 An Overview of Federal Food Safety Research -- Including Research Needs for the Future. FCCSET Committee on Food, Agricultural, and Forestry Research. 1993 Jan. 123 pages. HPCC 120 1131 Supercomputing: The View from NCAR -- FY92 Review and FY93-94 Development Plan for the NCAR Scientific Computing Division. 1993 Jan. NCAR/SCD. 202 pages. HPCC 177 1132 Pathways to Excellence: A Federal Strategy for Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology Education -- FY 1994-FY 1998. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1993 Jan 6. 47 pages. HPCC 127 1133 Perspectives on the National Information Infrastructure: CSPP's Vision and Recommendations for Action. CSPP. 1993 Jan 12. 19 pages. HPCC 67 1134 Computer Systems Laboratory -- Annual Report 1992. NIST. 1993 Feb. 98 pages. HPCC 140 1135 Requirements for Supercomputing in Energy Research: The Transition to Massively Parallel Computing. DOE/OER Office of Scientific Computing. 1993 Feb. 79 pages. HPCC 192 1136 A Vision of Change for America. White House/EOP/OMB. 1993 Feb 17. 150 pages. HPCC 135 1137 Technology for America's Economic Growth, A New Direction to Build Economic Strength. President WJ Clinton and Vice President A Gore, Jr. 1993 Feb 22. 37 pages. Includes press release. HPCC 83 1138 UVA Department of Pathology: Research Day Abstracts. UVA Health Sciences Center. 1993 Feb 25 1139 The DOE Program in HPCC. DOE/OER Office of Scientific Computing. 1993 Mar. 101 pages. HPCC 154 1140 SCD Computing News. NCAR/SCD. 1993 Mar. 24 pages 1141 MPP User Audit. IDC. 1993 Mar. 54 pages. HPCC 297 1142 High Performance Computing in Chemistry: A Workshop. NIH/DCRT and PNL. 1993 Mar 6-8. 50 pages. HPCC 134. Program and abstracts 1143 Program Information Package for Defense Technology Conversion, Reinvestment, and Transition Assistance. ARPA. 1993 Mar 10. 85 pages. HPCC 137 1144 Clinical Technology Sharing Issues in Coordinating Federal Health Care Resources. Submitted by Birch & Davis Associates for the Federal Health Care Study Commission, Indian Health Service. 1993 Mar 18. 58 pages 1145 Technology Transfer Activities within the Federal HPCC Program. NCO/HPCC. EOP/OSTP. 1993 Apr. 12 pages. HPCC 146 1146 Cable Television and America's Telecommunications Infrastructure. National Cable Television Association. 1993 Apr. 18 pages. HPCC 202 1147 A Catalog of Publications, Audiovisuals, & Software. NIH/NLM. 1993 Apr. 42 pages 1148 Systems Software and Tools for High Performance Computing Environments: A Report on the Findings of the Pasadena Workshop: April 14-16, 1992. JPL for nine HPCC agencies. 1993 Apr 1. 251 pages. HPCC 155 1149 FCCSET Initiatives in the FY 1994 Budget: To Supplement the President's Fiscal Year 1994 Budget. EOP/OSTP/FCCSET. 1993 Apr 8. 46 pages. HPCC 144 121 High Performance Computing: Advanced Research Projects Agency Should Do More to Foster Program Goals. GAO. 1993 May. 42 pages. HPCC 188 122 NSF Network News. 1993 May. 16 pages 123 NCAR Annual Report 1992. 47 pages 124 Vision for a 21st Century Information Infrastructure. Council on Competitiveness. 1993 May. 31 pages 125 Workshop and Conference on Grand Challenges Applications and Software Technology. Nine HPCC agencies. 1993 May 4-7. 118 pages. HPCC 196 126 Promoting High Performance Computing and Communications: A CBO Study. CBO. 1993 Jun. 79 pages. HPCC 164 127 Advanced Network Technology -- Background Paper. OTA. 1993 Jun. 86 pages. HPCC 176 128 Medical Informatics: 1993 Course Syllabus and Notes. NLM. 1993 Jun. HPCC 221 129 Keeping Pace with Change. CSPP. 1993 Jun 4. 18 pages 1210 The Third CPSR Cryptography and Privacy Conference: Source Book. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. 1993 Jun 7 1211 Advanced Materials & Processing: The Fiscal Year 1994 Federal Program -- To Supplement the President's Fiscal Year 1994 Budget. OSTP/FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1993 Jul. 55 pages. HPCC 215 1212 National Information Infrastructure: Industry and Government Roles -- An Issues Paper. ITAA. 1993 Jul. 23 pages. HPCC 219 1213 Enterprise Integration in the Department of Defense -- A Study. ITAA. 1993 Jul. 40 pages. HPCC 220 1214 Economic Impact of Eliminating The Line-of-Business Restrictions on the Bell Companies -- Executive Summary. The WEFA Group. 1993 Jul. 25 pages. HPCC 243 1215 Adult Literacy and New Technologies: Tools for a Lifetime. OTA. 1993 Jul. 286 pages 1216 healthcare informatics. 1993 Jul. 128 pages (whole issue of the magazine) 1217 From Desktop to Teraflop: Exploiting the U.S. Lead in High Performance Computing. NSF Blue Ribbon Panel on High Performance Computing. 1993 Aug. 64 pages. HPCC 193 1218 High Performance Computing and Communications Program: Level One Program Plan. NASA Office of Aeronautics. 1993 Aug. 66 pages 1219 U.S. Telecommunications Services in European Markets. OTA. 1993 Aug. 228 pages 1220 Cray Computer Corporation materials. 1993 Aug 1221 Proceedings of INET'93: International Networking Conference. B Leiner, editor. Internet Society. 1993 Aug 17-20. HPCC 317 1222 Research on Digital Libraries: Announcement. NSF, ARPA, NASA. Deadlines: 1993 Oct 25 to 1994 Feb 4. 4 pages. HPCC 268 1223 Making Government Work: Electronic Delivery of Federal Services. OTA. 1993 Sep. 185 pages. HPCC 226 1224 Making Government Work: Electronic Delivery of Federal Services (summary). OTA. 1993 Sep. 33 pages. HPCC 227 1225 Rural TeleHealth: Telemedicine, Distance Education and Informatics for Rural Health Care. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. HHS/PHS/HRSA/Office of Rural Health Policy. 1993 Sep. 86 pages 1226 Proceedings of the Annual FLICC Forum on Federal Information Policies -- Government's Role in the Electronic Era: User Needs and Government's Response. LC/FLICC. 1993 Sep. 53 pages. HPCC 229. Includes summary of DAB Lindberg talk 1227 The National Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Action. IITF. 1993 Sep 15. 26 pages. HPCC 191 1228 5th Annual Five-Year Forecast Conference of Federal Information Systems Opportunities (FYs 1994-1998). EIA. 1993 Sep 20-21. 274 pages. Printout of slides, including for DAB Lindberg's HPCC talk 1229 EIA Five-Year Forecast of Federal Information Systems Opportunities (FYs 1994-1998): 5th Annual Report. 1993 Sep 20-21. 385 pages. HPCC 294 1230 5th Annual Five-Year Forecast of Federal Information Systems Opportunities (FYs 1994-1998): Civil Market Analysis. EIA. 1993 Sep 20-21. 58 pages. HPCC 295 1231 The President's Health Security Plan: Preliminary Summary -- Combined Press Packet and Congressional Briefing Book. 1993 Sep 22. 78 pages 1232 Economics and Global Change: The FY 1993 Research Program on the Economics of Global Change -- A Supplement to the U.S. President's FY 1993 Budget and a Companion Document to Our Changing Planet. FY 1993. 65 pages. HPCC 122 1233 Internet Society News. Internet Society. 1993 Autumn. 36 pages 1234 Guide to NIST. DOC/TA. 1993 Oct. 116 pages 1235 Project Proposals for NSF's Engineering Research Center for Computational Field Simulation at Mississippi State U. Oct. 116 pages. HPCC 285 1236 Proceedings of the Mayo Telemedicine Symposium. Mayo Continuing Medical Education. 1993 Oct 1-3. 238 pages 1237 Technology for Economic Growth: President's Progress Report. President Bill Clinton. 1993 Nov. 72 pages. HPCC 197 1238 Three Points of the Delta: Forces of Change in High Performance Computing -- Proceedings of the RCI, Ltd. North American Annual Member Executive Conference. 1993 Nov 2-4. HPCC 274 1239 Supercomputing '93 Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society. 1993 Nov 15-19. 957 pages. HPCC 273 131 An Overview of the MAGIC Project. Mitre. 1993 Dec. 11 pages 132 Analysis of Expansion of Access to Care Through Use of Telemedicine and Mobile Health Services -- Report 1: Literature Review and Analytic Framework -- revised draft. Center for Health Policy Research. 1993 Dec. 61 pages. HPCC 319 133 Information Infrastructure Sourcebook. B Kahin, editor. Center for Science & International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. 1993 Dec 15. 848 pages 134 What It Takes to Make It Happen: Key Issues for NII Applications. NIITF/CAT. 1993 Dec 22. 44 pages 135 Perspectives on the Convergence of Communications, Information, Retailing and Entertainment: Speeding Toward the Interactive Multimedia Age. JS Kraemer and D Allen. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu International. 1993 Dec 30. 67 pages 1994
    About 50 items. Topics include the Internet, parallel computing, R&D for the NII, healthcare and the NII, Peta(FL)OPS computing, Supercomputing '94. Publishers et al include CSPP, CSTB/NRC, HPCC agencies, OSTP, supercomputer centers.

    193 The Complete Visible Human. 1994. Video disk inside long-play-record-size album jacket 194 Realizing the Information Future: The Internet and Beyond. CSTB/NRC. 1994. 317 pages. HPCC 302 195 Research Recommendations to Facilitate Distributed Work. CSTB/NRC. 1994. 83 pages 196 Parallel Computing Works! GC Fox, RD Williams, PC Messina. Morgan Kaufmann. 1994. 995 pages 197 Security and Integrity of Computer-based Patient Records. MITRE. 1994. 20 pages 198 into the future: Arctic Region Supercomputing Center -- Progress report. 1994. 24 pages 199 Budget of the United States Government: Chapter 3B. Investing for Productivity and Prosperity -- Investing in Know How. 1994 Feb. Pages 116 to 123 (9 pages), which includes HPCC budget and text. Photocopy 1910 Information Infrastructure Technology and Applications. EOP/OSTP/NCO for HPCC. 1994 Feb. 32 pages. HPCC 275 1911 Perspectives on the National Information Infrastructure: Ensuring Interoperability. CSPP. 1994 Feb 14. 20 pages 1912 R&D for the NII: Technical Challenges. Interuniversity Communications Council Inc. (EDUCOM). 1994 Feb 28-Mar 1 (symposium dates). 86 pages. HPCC 301 1913 NSF Network News. InterNIC Information Services/General Atomics. 1994 Mar-Apr. 12 pages 1914 FY 1995 Implementation Plan. EOP/OSTP/NCO for HPCC. 1994 Apr. 143 pages. HPCC 286 1915 Global Telemedicine Report: International Telemedicine Markets & Business Opportunities. AJ Publishing Inc. 1994 Apr (premier issue). 16 pages 1916 Analysis of Expansion of Access to Care Through Use of Telemedicine and Mobile Health Services -- Report 2: Case Studies and Current Status of Telemedicine. Center for Health Policy Research. 1994 May. 43 pages 1917 Putting the Information Infrastructure to Work. IITF Committee on Applications and Technology (IITF/CAT). DOC/TA/NIST. 1994 May 3. 115 pages. Chapter on "Health Care and the NII" begins on page 41. HPCC 296 1918 AMIA 1994 Spring Congress Final Program and Abstract Book. 1994 May 4-7. 129 pages 1919 HPCC Program Successes. EOP/OSTP/NCO for HPCC. 1994 Jun. 32 pages 1920 Enabling Technologies for Peta(FL)OPS Computing. T Sterling, PC Messina, PH Smith. CCSF. 1994 Jun. 201 pages. HPCC 304. Near-final draft 1921 UCAR publications, 1994 Jun (1) NCAR and UCAR Office of Programs. 56 pages (2) NCAR Graphics: What's New in Version 3.2. Fold-out brochure (3) NCAR's Research Data: A Rich Resource. Fold-out brochure (4) Science and Supercomputing. Fold-out brochure 1922 HPCC Week. 1994 Jun. 8 pages. Six-page cover story is "Cray Research At A Crossroads" 1923 Framework for National Information Infrastructure Services. NIST. 1994 Jul. 149 pages. HPCC 314. Draft 1924 Report of the ARPA/NSF Workshop on Research in Gigabit Networking. 1994 Jul 20-21. 27 pages 1925 NSF Network News. InterNIC. 1994 Jul-Aug. 12 pages 1926 SCD Computing News. NCAR/SCD. 1994 Summer. 29 pages 1927access. NCSA/UIUC. 1994 Summer. 28 pages 1928 Gather/Scatter. SDSC. 1994 Jul-Sep. 16 pages 1929 Science in the National Interest. President William J. Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. 1994 Aug. 35 pages 1930 Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1994 Aug. 47 pages 1931 The Information Infrastructure: Reaching Society's Goals. IITF/CAT. NIST. 1994 Sep. 161 pages 1932 Beyond Telecommuting: A New Paradigm for the Effect of Telecommunications on Travel. DOE/OER Office of Scientific Computing. 1994 Sep. 90 pages. HPCC 317 1933 Telemed: Louisiana Telemedicine Research Agenda. Louisiana State University Medical Center. 1994 Sep 1934 ELSI Bibliography: Ethical, Legal & Social Implications of the Human Genome Project -- 1994 Supplement. DOE/OER. 1994 Sep 1. 91 pages 1935 National Information Infrastructure Progress Report September 1993-1994. Ron Brown (IITF Chair and DOC Secretary). 1994 Sep 9. 91 pages. Photocopy 201 Gather/Scatter -- special issue on education. SDSC. 1994 Oct-Dec. 12 pages 202 Access, Contacts Directory, This is NCSA, Industrial Program, Software Development Group, Education. NCSA/UIUC. 1994 Fall 203 HL7 news. Health Level Seven. 1994 Fall. 12 pages 204 High Performance Computing and Communications: New Program Direction Would Benefit From a More Focused Effort. GAO. 1994 Nov 1. 40 pages. HPCC 316 205 Recommendations for Protecting NLM Computing and Networking Resources. R Feingold (LLNL). DOE/LLNL. 1994 Nov. 42 pages 206-7 Reference Documents to these "Recommendations": Securing Internet Information Services, UNIX Incidence Guide: How to Detect an Intrusion, Electronic Resources for Security Related Information. R Feingold (LLNL). DOE/LLNL. 1994 Nov. 125 pages 208 An Intuitive Exploration of Current Cryptography (and Recent Developments and Possibilities). R Feingold (DOE/LLNL). 1994 Nov (?). 15 pages 209 Overview of Current Cryptography for the NLM. R Feingold (LLNL). 11 pages. Printout of slides 2010 PCW '94: Proceedings of the Third Parallel Computing Workshop. Fujitsu Parallel Computing Research Facilities. 1994 Nov 2 2011 The National Science Foundation's MetaCenter: Developing the Nation's Computational Expertise and Infrastructure to Solve Important Societal Problems. NSF. 1994 Nov. 13 pages. Includes information about Supercomputing 1994 demonstrations 2012 SDSC materials handed out at Supercomputing including "Computational Science: Advances Through Collaboration" and Gather/Scatter 1994 Oct-Dec. SDSC. 1994 Nov 2013 Computational Biomedical Research. NCI Frederick Biomedical Supercomputing Center. 1994 Nov. 44 pages 2014 parallelogram -- Supercomputing '94 Special Issue. Silicon Graphics. 1994 Nov. 27 pages 2015-18 Supercomputing '94 1994 Nov 14-18. (1) Advance Information. Fold-out brochure. (2) Advance Program. 47 pages. (3) Final Program. (4) Proceedings. 842 pages. HPCC 318 2019 The Potential Downside of the National Information Infrastructure -- based on the Program's conference held 1994 Dec 2. The Annenberg Washington Program: Communications Policy Studies, Northwestern U. 1994 Dec 2. 15 pages 2020 Health Level Seven. 1994 Dec 31 (?). 6 page brochure 2021 Health Level Seven Membership Directory 1994-1995. 1994 Dec 31 (?). 261 pages 1995
    About 25 items. Topics include the NSF MetaCenter, the Internet, GII, "Evolving the HPCC Initiative", telemedicine, the HPCC Program. Publishers et al include CSPP, CSTB/NRC, HPCC agencies, OSTP, supercomputer centers.

    255 The NSF MetaCenter. NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing. 1995? 13 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 256 The Grand Challenges of Science: Supporting Research at the National MetaCenter. CTC, NCAR, NCSA, PSC, SDSC. 1995? 8 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 257 CTC, NCSA, PSC, SDSC National MetaCenter. 1995? 4 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 258 Casting the Net: From ARPANET to Internet and beyond . . . PH Salus; Foreword by VG Cerf. Addison-Wesley. 1995. 317 pages 259 HL7 news -- HIMSS Conference Issue. 1995. 16 pages 2510 Public Policy and the U.S. Computer Industry: Freedom to Grow -- Leadership into the 21st Century. CSPP. 1995 Jan. 8 pages 2511 Latitudes. Newsletter of the Pacific Southwest Region -- National Network of Libraries of Medicine. 1995 Jan-Feb. 16 pages 2512 Global Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Cooperation. Vice President Al Gore and Ron Brown (Secretary of Commerce and IITF). IITF. 1995 Feb. 55 pages 2513 Perspectives On The Global Information Infrastructure. CSPP. 1995 Feb. 12 pages 2514 NLM Net Captures Growing Universe. DAB Lindberg (NLM). In: U.S. Medicine: An Independent National Newspaper for Physicians. 1995 Feb. 37 pages (whole issue) 2515 Evolving the High Performance Computing and Communications Initiative to Support the Nation's Information Infrastructure. CSTB/NRC. 1995 Mar. 132 pages 2516 Telemedicine: Past, Present, Future -- January 1966 through March 1995 -- 1634 Citations. NLM Current Bibliographies in Medicine. 1995 Mar. 132 pages 2517 Strategic Implementation Plan: America in the Age of Information. EOP/OSTP. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Mar 10. 49 pages 482 NSF Grand Challenges, National Challenges, and Multidisciplinary Challenges Grantees Workshop. 1995 Mar 20-22 (workshop dates). 98 pages 2518 Report of the Working Conference on Telemedicine Policy for the NII, held August 1994. IITF/CAT Health Information and Applications Working Group, at the request of the U.S. Senate/House Ad Hoc Committee on Telemedicine. 1995 Apr. 20 pages 2519 Gather/Scatter: special issue on biomedicine and biotechnology research at SDSC. SDSC. 1995 Apr-Jun. 19 pages 4716 The Political Evolution of American High-Performance Computing and Communications Culture: A Legislative History of Public Law 102-194 [1985-91]. OM Forbes. U. San Francisco Ed.D. dissertation. 1995 Apr 6. 593 pages. Donated by the author
    The thesis is organized into sections for the 99th Congress (1985-1986), 100th (1987-1988), 101st (1989-1990), and 102nd (1991-1992). Sections address technological context, the EOP including OSTP, Congressional activity, special interest groups, international competition, and funding; the sections for the 101st and the 102nd Congress address HPCC Program leadership.

    The analytical framework for the thesis comes from "The Group Basis of Politics: A Study in Basing-Point Legislation" by Earl Latham, Octagon Books, 1952.

    As part of his thesis work, in 1993 the author interviewed about 30 people including DAB Lindberg and other HPCC principals.

    2520 Abstract Book: Second International Conference on the Medical Aspects of Telemedicine & Second Annual Mayo Telemedicine Symposium. 1995 Apr 6-9. 48 pages. Photocopy 2521 Second Invitational Consensus Conference on Telemedicine and the National Information Infrastructure. Telemedicine Journal. 1995 May 2-4 (conference dates). 55 pages 2522 HPCC FY 1996 Implementation Plan. EOP/OSTP. NCO/HPCC. 1995 May 16. 160 pages 2523 Connecting the Nation: Classrooms, Libraries, and Health Care Organizations in the Information Age. E Gonzalez. DOC/NTIA. 1995 Jun. 41 pages 2524 exchange: Information Technology at Work. bellcore. 1995 Jul. 25 pages 483 America in the Age of Information: A Forum -- A Report to the CIC on the July 1995 Workshop. Sponsored by CIC/NSTC. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Jul 6-7 (workshop dates). 77 pages 2525 Gather/Scatter. SDSC. 1995 Jul-Sep. 25 pages 2526 Forefronts. CTC. 1995 Fall. 11 pages 2527-28 Supercomputing '95. 1995 Dec 3-8. (1) Advance Program. 43 pages. (2) Call for Participation. 12 pages 1996-2000
    About 35 items. Topics include DoD mission successes from HPCC, health care and IT, HPCC Program, Gigabit Testbed Initiative, access to scientific data, telemedicine, Visible Human Project, NGI, critical infrastructure protection. Publishers et al include CNRI, CRA, GAO, HPCC agencies, NAP, OSTP.

    272 Technology in the National Interest. NSTC Committee on Civilian Industrial Technology. 1996. 87 pages 273 contributions to DoD Mission Success from High Performance Computing 1996. DoD HPCMO. 1996. 157 pages 274 Telemedicine: A Guide to Assessing Telecommunications in Health Care. IOM. 1996. 30 pages 275 Highway to Health: Transforming U.S. Health Care in the Information Age. Council on Competitiveness. 1996 Mar. 98 pages 276 The Visible Human Male: A Technical Report. V Spitzer, MJ Ackerman et al. JAMIA. 1996 Mar-Apr. 14 pages 277 Endless Frontier, Limited Resources: U.S. R&D Policy for Competitiveness. 1996 Apr. 147 pages 278 (1) access and (2) access 1995 index. NCSA/UIUC. 1996 Spring. 32 pages 279 NCSA Technical Resources Catalog 1996 and Addendum. 1996 Spring. 18 pages 2710 Special Issue . . . Telemedicine. In: Computers & Medicine. 1996 May. 16 pages (whole issue) 2711 Beyond Discovery: The path from research to human benefit. NAS. 1996 Oct. 24 pages 2712 HPCC FY 1997 Implementation Plan. EOP/NSTC/NCO-CIC. 1996 Dec. 187 pages 2713 The Gigabit Testbed Initiative Final Report. CNRI supported by Cooperative Agreement with NSF and DARPA. 1996 Dec. 140 pages 283 Bits of Power: Issues in Global Access to Scientific Data. NRC. NAP. 1997. 248 pages 284 Telemedicine Report to the Congress. DOC/NTIA in consultation with HHS. 1997 Jan 31 285 Telemedicine: Federal Strategy Is Needed to Guide Investments. GAO. 1997 Feb. 103 pages 286 A Fantastic Voyage Through the Human Body. In: Life Magazine. 1997 Feb. 88 pages (whole issue) 287 A Report to the Congress: Science and Technology Shaping the Twenty-First Century. EOP/OSTP. 1997 Apr. 145 pages 288 Research Challenges for the Next Generation Internet. CRA. 1997 May 12-14 (workshop dates). 79 pages 289 A Brief History of the Internet, Part 1. BM Leiner, VG Cerf, DD Clark, RE Kahn, L Kleinrock, DC Lynch, J Postel, LG Roberts, and S Wolff. In: OnTheInternet: An International Publication of the Internet Society. 1997 May-Jun. 47 pages (whole issue) 484 Next Generation Internet Inititiave: Concept Paper. LSN Working Group, CIC R&D/CCIC. 1997 Jul. 20 pages 2810 NASA Insights. NASA HPCC Program. 1997 Sep. 28 pages 2811 Critical Foundations: Protecting America's Infrastructures. President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection. 1997 Oct. 190 pages 2812 Consumer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities: Report to the President of the United States. Advisory Committee on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry. 1997 Nov. 81 pages 295 NGI Implementation Plan (IP) -- Second Printing. HPCC Program/LSN/NGI Implementation Team. 1998 Feb. 80 pages 297 HPCC: FY 1998 Implementation Plan. 1998 Sep 3. 195 pages 298 Evaluating Internet End-to-End Performance: Overview of Test Methodology and Results. FB Wood, VH Cid, ER Siegel. JAMIA. 1998 Nov/Dec. 19 pages 307 Information Technology for the Twenty-First Century. NCO/CIC. 1999 Feb (?). 12 page brochure 308 Information Technology for the Twenty-First Century: A Bold Investment in America Future -- Proposed in the President's FY 2000 Budget -- Implementation Plan. NSTC IT**2 Working Group. 1999 Jun. 81 pages 315 Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet -- Prepublication Copy. CSTB/NRC. 2000 Feb 23 (date of public briefing) 485 High Performance Computing and Communications: FY 1999-FY 2000 Implementation Plan. NCO/CIC, IWG/ITR&D, OSTP/EOP. NCO/CIC. 2000 Apr. 236 pages 317 Special Report: The Human Genome Business. In: Scientific American. 2000 Jul. 112 pages (whole issue) 2001-2005
    About 20 items. Topics include NASA HPCC Program, HPCC (now ITR&D) Program, networking research, NHII, broadband, human-computer interaction and information management research needs. Publishers et al include CRA, CSTB/NRC, HPCC agencies, ITR&D Program, NASA.

    3112 The HPCC Program in review: The best in computing -- the only limit is the speed of light. NASA/HPCC. NASA/ARC. 32 pages 3113 Looking over the Fence at Networks: A Neighbor's View of Networking Research. CSTB/NRC. 2001. 33 pages 3114 IT R&D Programs: Five-Year Strategic Plan for FY 2002-FY 2006. EOP/OSTP/IWG ITR&D. 2001 Jan 3 486 High Confidence Software and Systems Research Needs. HCSS Coordinating Group, IWG/ITR&D, NSTC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Jan 10. 45 pages 3118 Workshop on New Visions for Large-Scale Networks: Research and Applications. NSTC / Interagency Working Group for IT R&D / LSN Coordinating Group. 2001 Mar 12-14. 57 pages 3119 Information for Health: A Strategy for Building the National Health Information Infrastructure. Report and Recommendations From the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics. HHS. 2001 Nov 15. 92 pages 487 Workshop on New Visions for Software Design and Productivity: Research and Applications. SDP Coordinating Group, IWG/ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Dec 13-14 (workshop dates). 62 pages 321 Broadband: Bringing Home the Bits. CSTB/NRC. 2002. Prepublication copy 488 Workshop Report: Blueprint for Future Science Middleware and Grid Research and Infrastructure. LSN Coordinating Group, IWG/ITR&D. 2002 Aug 26-28 (workshop dates). 46 pages 322 (1) IHEC Volume II. No date. (2) Productivity Metrics For High-End Computers. The High-End Crusader. New Technology Week. 2003 Mar 17. Pages 8-9. 323 Human-Computer Interaction and Information Management Research Needs. HCI&IM Coordinating Group/IWG-ITR&D. 2003 Oct. 47 pages 325 Grand Research Challenges in Information Systems. CRA. 2003. 35 pages 327 Internet2 2003 Annual Report. Internet2. 2004. 41 pages. Also includes "If At First You Don't Succeed . . . Unreliability Hampers VHP [Visible Human Project] Demonstrations -- A Case Study for E2Epi" and "Internet2 Health Sciences" flyers 329 First Annual High Performance Computing Users Conference: Supercharging U.S. Innovation and Competitiveness. Sponsored by the Council on Competitiveness, DARPA, DOE/NNSA, and DOE Office of Science. 2004 Jul 13. 39 pages and CD 489 The NITRD Program: FY 2004 Interagency Coordination Report. IWG/ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2004 Sep. 182 pages 4810 Report of the Interagency Optical Network Testbeds Workshop 2, held at NASA Ames Research Center. Sponsored by DOE Office of Science, NASA, and NITRD/LSN/Joint Engineering Team. NCO/NITRD. 2005 Sep 12-14 (workshop dates). 29 pages 331 Increasing Competitiveness and Safeguarding Our Nation Through High Performance Computation. CASC. 2005 Nov. 12 pages 332 Working Paper on Indicators for the Information Society: Guide to Measuring the Information Society. OECD. 2005 Nov 8. 208 pages 2006-2010
    About 10 items. Topics include NITRD (formerly HPCC) Program, software for dependable systems, competitiveness, high confidence medical devices, networking R&D. Publishers et al include CASC, IEEE, NAP, NITRD Program.

    4811 Federal Plan for Cyber Security and Information Assurance Research and Development. IWG on Cyber Security and Information Assurance. NSTC Subcommittee on Infrastructure and Subcommittee on NITRD. NCO/NITRD. 2006 Apr. 135 pages 345 NITRD brochure. NCO/NITRD. 2007. 8 pages 346 Software for Dependable Systems: Sufficient Evidence? NRC. NAP. 2007. 146 pages 347 Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness. CASC. 2007. 14 pages 348 Joint Workshop on High Confidence Medical Devices, Software, and Systems and Medical Device Plug-and-Plan Interoperability -- Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society. 2007 Jun 25-27. 221 pages 3410 The National Nanotechnology Initiative: Strategic Plan 2007 Dec. 48 pages 3411 Federal Plan for Advanced Networking Research and Development. NSTC Interagency Task Force on Advanced Networking R&D. NCO/NITRD. 2008 Sep. 71 pages 3412 Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness -- CASC 20th Anniversary. CASC. 2009. 14 pages 3413 The National Nanotechnology Initiative: Research and Development Leading to a Revolution in Technology and Industry -- Supplement to the President's FY 2010 Budget. 2009 Sep Series 4: Audiovisual Materials, 1987-1994
    HPCC-related slides, transparencies, CDs, and videotapes on the topics of supercomputing, HPCC, telemedicine, surgery, Gigabit testbeds, NII, Visible Human Project, etc.

    Items in carton 46 were donated by JR Fischer (NASA).

    26-7 FY 1992 DAB Lindberg HPCC slides -- perhaps from International Collab. on Application of Medical Informatics workshops -- first held 8/23-24/1986, second held 5/5-6/1992, 1987-199228 FY 1993 HPCC slides including Hill presentation, 1992-199329 Dan Masys FY 1993 slides, 1992-1993210 FY 1994 DAB Lindberg HPCC slides and transparencies including IEEE presentation, 1993-199431 Misc. presentation transparencies, 1994?32 FY 1995 DAB Lindberg transparencies and some FY 1995 Blue Book slides, 1994-199533 DAB Lindberg FY 1995/FY 1996 HPCC transparencies, 1995-199634 FY 1997 (?) DAB Lindberg slides, 1996-199735 Miscellaneous HPCC etc. slides, undated36 Slides and business cards (folder and seven boxes), 1990s37 Visible Human slides (one box), 1994?38 NCSA Scientific Software and Visualization [cd-rom], 199139-17 Supercomputing '92 '93 '95 '96 '97 '98 2000 2003 2004 2005 Conference Proceedings. ACM/IEEE [9 cd-roms], 1992 Nov-2005 Nov318 HPCC '97 -- A Collection of On-Line NASA HPCC Resources [2 cd-roms], 1997319 HPCC 1999 -- A Collection of On-Line NASA HPCC Resources [cd-rom], 1999320 HPCC '96 -- NLM Version (6:08) dated 5/8/1995 and Newsnight Maryland Telecast Next Generation Internet (11:08) dated 6/26/2001 [cd-rom], 1995 May 8 and 2001 Jun 26321 The Community Services Workstation II (8:32) and other CSW materials [videocassette], c.1993322 VISTAnet: One of Five CNRI Gigabit Testbeds. MCNC [videocassette], 1991 Feb323 Winton Dupont AT&T Huntington Bank Smart Phone (9:52) with transmittal letter that "AT&T will introduce a new generation of telephones in 1992 -- smart phones. . ." [videocassette], 1991 May 29324 Grand Challenges -- NLM Version -- HPCC Series (7:36) [2 videocassettes], 1992 Feb 12325 NCSA RealTime #5 -- Back to the beginning, SuperQuest -- beyond the contest, Casting without a crack, A cloud upon the forest. U. Illinois Board of Trustees [videocassette], 1992 Oct326 Toward a National Information Infrastructure (6:30). NCO/HPCC [videocassette], 1993 Jun327 Other Side of Dyslexia. T West [2 videocassettes], 1993 Jul 31328 Supercomputing '93 -- Time Lapse Photography. D Ackerman, music by G Ives [videocassette], 1993 Nov329 Foundations for America's Information Future (7:00). NCO/HPCC [videocassette], 1995 Apr330 HITN HII '96 Teleconference (120:00) [videocassette], 1996 Jul 24331 HPCC -- NASA -- Overview of Projects (TRT 39:00). NASA's HPCC Program [videocassette], 1999 Nov4639 Journey through Earth and Space (18:30) [videocassette]; Journey through Earth and Space: Video Resource Guide, 54 pages, undated4640 Workshop on Enabling Technologies for peta(FL)OPS Computing Technology (1:20:00, 1:27:00, 0:50:00) [3 videocassettes], 1994 Feb 224641 CAVE - Argonne Drug Design Using Virtual Reality (CRPC). P Bash (?) [videocassette], 1994 Sep 14 (?)4642 CRPC: "Parallel Computation Makes for Good Vibrations" (11:20) [videocassette], 1995 Sep 204643 Parallel Juggling -- CRPC [videocassette], 1996?4644 Images of Earth and Space: The Role of Visualization in NASA Science [videocassette], 1997?4645 SF Express: 10k Vehicle Simulation (7:04) [videocassette], 1997?4646 Images of Earth and Space: SC97 Edition [videocassette] 4647 HPCC NASA: Overview of Projects (39:00) [videocassette], 1999 Nov4648 HPCC NASA: Overview of Projects (51:20) [videocassette], 2000 Nov4649 SC2002 Conference Opening Video [videocassette], 2002 Nov 18-22 Series 5: Congressional Bills, Hearings, Reports, and Laws, 1983-2013
    Topics include supercomputers and supercomputer programs, establishing an HPCC Program (the first bill was introduced in 1988 and the High-Performance Computing Act of 1991, Public Law 102-194, was signed into law on December 9, 1991), the HPCC Program and its successors, basic research, competitiveness, Information Infrastructure and Technology (a successor bill to the HPC Act), telecommunications, NSFNET, access to Government information, computer security, health care applications, telemedicine, Congressional Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Telemedicine and Health Care Informatics, and NGI.

    Representatives from computing system manufacturers, higher education, HPCC agencies (including DAB Lindberg (NLM and NCO/HPCC)), the library community, OSTP, PITAC, professional organizations, research universities, supercomputer centers, and telecommunications providers testified or provided input.

    The HPC Act of 1991 has been amended in the Next Generation Internet Research Act of 1998 (P.L. 105-305), the America COMPETES [Creating Opportunities to Meaningfully Promote Excellence in Technology, Education, and Science] Act of 2007 (P.L. 110-69), and the American Innovation and Competitiveness Act of 2017 (P.L. 114-329).

    Series 4 has HPCC Program reports to Congress. Series 8 includes (a) the first Congressional hearing held over the Internet (1993 Jul) and (b) the 1995 introduction of THOMAS (Online Public Access to Congressional Information). Series 10 has PITAC and PCAST reports to Congress.

    Items in cartons 37-40 were donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC).

    3711 Supercomputers: Hearings before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives. 98th Congress, first session. 1983 Nov 15-16. 463 pages. Includes related materials 448 Statement of NSF Director Erich Bloch before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives. 1985 Feb 6. 13 pages 413 Federal Supercomputer Programs and Policies: Hearing before two Subcommittees of the House Committee on Science and Technology. 99th Congress, first session. GPO. 1985 Jun 10. 805 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC) 51 S.1067 and the identical H.R. 3131, 1989-1990 (1) S.1067 -- National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1989. 101st Congress, first session. Congressional Record - Senate. Introduced 1989 May 18, passed Senate amended 1990 Oct 25. 5 pages (2) S.1067 - High-Performance Computing Act of 1990. Report 101-387. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 101st Congress, second session. 1990 Jul 23 (legislative day, Jul 10). 29 pages (3) Testimony by DR Masys (NLM) before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S. Senate. 1989 Sep 15 (4) Answers to questions for DR Masys. 1989 Sep 22 (5) Statement of DA Bromley (OSTP) before Subcommittee on Science, Research and Technology of U.S. Senate Committee on Science, Space, and Technology on H.R. 3131, the National High-Performance Computing Technology Act. 1990 Mar 7 (?). 4 pages 3736 S.1067 -- National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1989. 101st Congress, first session. Identical to H.R.3131 Includes materials about this and related bills, and print media publications 514 S.1067, Global Change Research Act of 1990, etc., 1990 (1) ALA on behalf of "a group of education and library organizations" to four senators "to urge your serious consideration of our joint recommendations on S. 1067" of 1990 (2) S.1191 - American Technology Preeminence Act of 1990, with Title VII - National High-Performance Computing Program that mentions NIH and NLM (3) Global Change Research Act of 1990 (PL 101-606), which is the only other Federal law authorizing multi-agency Federal R&D 622 HPC Act of 1991, etc., 1991 (1) S.272 - High Performance Computing Act of 1991: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. Testimony of DA Bromley (OSTP). 1991 Mar 5. 8 pages (2) H.R.656 -- High-Performance Computing Act of 1991: Report 102-66 Part 1. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, first session. 1991 May 15. 29 pages (3) S.272 - High-Performance Computing Act of 1991: Report 102-57. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 102nd Congress, first session. May 16 (legislative day April 25), 1991. 32 pages (4) High-Performance Computing Act of 1991. Public Law 102-194. 1991 Dec 9. 11 pages 3810 HPC Act of 1991, etc., 1991 Mar 5-Apr 11 (1) H. R. 656 - High Performance Computer Technology Act of 1991: Hearing before Subcommittees on Science & on Technology and Competitiveness of House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. 102nd Congress, first session. 1991 Mar 7 (2) S.343 - Department of Energy High-Performance Computing Act of 1991: Hearing before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, U.S. Senate. 102nd Congress, first session. 1991 Apr 11 3814 The Role of Basic Research in Economic Competitiveness: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Science of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, first session. GPO. 1991 Jun 20. 239 pages 61 Cable Television Regulation: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, first session. GPO. 1049 pages. HPCC 18 927 Information Infrastructure and Technology bill, etc., 1992 (1) Gore re S.2937 - Information Infrastructure and Technology Act. Congressional Record - Senate. Introduced 1992 Jul 1. 4 pages (2) H.R.5759 - Information Infrastructure and Technology Act of 1992. Companion to S.2937. Introduced 1992 Aug 4. Includes re applications for health care (mentioning NLM) and libraries, and access to scientific and technical information. 11 pages (3) H.R.5231 - National Competitiveness Act of 1992. Introduced 1992 May 21. 34 pages (4) H.R.5344 - To authorize the National Science Foundation to foster and support the development and use of certain computer networks. Rpt. 102-567. 1992 Sep 3. 5 pages (5) Also includes re S.1200 - Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1991. Introduced 1991 Jun 4. 9 pages 728 Management of NSFNET: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Science of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, second session. GPO. 1992 Mar 12. 189 pages 620 Information Infrastructure and Technology bill, GPO WINDO, etc., 1992 May-Aug
    Also includes information about bills on improving access to information, improving technology transfer, computer networks, copyright protection for computer software.

    (1) S.2937 - Information Infrastructure and Technology Act. Introduced 1992 Jul 1. Companion bill H.R.5759 introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives 1992 Aug 4 (2) S.2813 - GPO Gateway to Government Act of 1992 and H.R.2772: GPO Wide Information Network for Data Online (WINDO) Act of 1991: Hearing before Senate Committee on Rules and Administration and House Committee on House Administration. 1992 Jul 23 3827 Information Infrastructure and Technology bill, GPO WINDO, etc., 1992 Jun 15-Jul 23 (1) Information Infrastructure and Technology Act of 1992. 1992 Jun 30. Summary (2) GPO Wide Information Network for Data Online Act of 1992 (WINDO): Hearing before the Committee on House Administration, the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, and the Joint Committee on Printing. U.S. Congress. 1992 Jul 23 (3) Print media coverage 3834 Computer Security Act of 1987 (PL 100-235). Report by the Subcommittee on Technology and Competitiveness to the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, second session. 1992 Jul. 20 pages 3837 U.S. Industrial Competitiveness: Report by the Subcommittee on Technology and Competitiveness to the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, second session. GPO. 1992 Sep. 36 pages 108 DAB Lindberg's "Technical and Scientific Information", 1992 Fall (1) S.2937 - Information Infrastructure Act of 1992 and companion H.R.5759 (2) H.R.2772 - GPO Windo Act and S.2813 - GPO Gateway to Government Act (3) H.R.3459 - Improvement of Information Access Act (4) H.R.1989 - American Technology Preeminence Act of 1991 (PL 102-245) (5) H.R.191 - Technology Transfer Improvements Act of 1991 and S.1581 of same title (6) S.1200 - Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1991 and H.R.2546 of same title (7) S.2748 - Library of Congress Fund Act of 1992 and companion H.R.5574 of same title (8) S.2878 - Medical and Health Insurance Information Reform Act of 1992 and companion H.R.5464 of same title (9) H.R.5344 - NSF Amendment 111 Congressional interactions. 1992 Oct-Dec. 115 National Communications Infrastructure: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Jan 19, Feb 23, Mar 24, Mar 31. GPO. 433 pages 3847 H.R. 820 - The National Competitiveness Act of 1993: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Technology, Environment and Aviation of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Feb 17, Feb 23. 200 pages 116 Technology Policy: Information Infrastructure - Hearings before the Subcommittee on Technology, Environment and Aviation, of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Mar 23 and Mar 25. 271 pages 136 S.4 (Gore II), CSPP, 1993 Jan (1) S.4 - National Competitiveness Act of 1993, which includes Title VI. Information Infrastructure and Technology. Introduced 1993 Jan 21 (legislative day Jan 5) (2) Statement by John Sculley (Apple and CSPP): Perspectives on the National Information Infrastructure -- CSPP's Vision and Recommendations for Action. Before the [House] Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance. 1993 Jan 19. 21 pages 137 HPCC Program, telecommunications, etc., 1993 Feb (1) Hearing on the High Performance Computing and Network Program. 1993 Feb 2. Includes testimony by KR Kay (CSPP) and C Bender (Ohio Supercomputing Center and CASC) (2) U.S. Telecommunications Infrastructure: Projected Future Evolution. S Gould. CRS. 1993 Feb 3. 9 pages (3) Networked Communities and the Laws of Cyberspace. Rep. EJ Markey. Talk at CSTB. 1993 Feb 18. 10 pages (4) Oversight hearing on the National Communications and Information Infrastructure, focusing on healthcare applications. U.S. House of Representatives. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM). 1993 Feb 23 (5) CBO HPCC study. HPCC 128 138 Competitiveness, telecommunications, health care data system, technology for economic growth, information super highway, access to Government information, electronic libraries, technology policy, etc., 1993 Mar (1) S.473 - Department of Energy National Competitiveness Technology Partnership of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 2 (legislative day Jan 5). HPCC 262 (2) H.R.707 - Emerging Telecommunications Technologies Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 2. HPCC 263 (3) H.R. 1200 Title VII Sec. 486A. National Data System and Clearinghouse on Primary Care and Prevention Research, which addresses NIH and NLM. Introduced 1993 Mar 3. HPCC 258 (4) Technology for America's Economic Growth: A New Direction to Build Economic Strength - Testimony of JH Gibbons (OSTP) before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 Mar 4 (5) S.560 - Paperwork Reduction Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 10. HPCC 260 (6) The Information Super Highway. Rep. LH Hamilton. Congressional Record - Extensions of Remarks. 1993 Mar 10. HPCC 266 (7) S.570 - Local Exchange Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 11. HPCC 259 (8) S.564 - Government Printing Office Electronic Information Access Enhancement Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 11. HPCC 261 (9) S.626 - To establish a system of State-based electronic libraries. Introduced 1993 Mar 22 (legislative day Mar 3). HPCC 255 (10) National Technology Policy: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Technology, Environment and Aviation, Committee on Science, Space and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 Mar 3 and Mar 25. Includes testimony of VG Cerf (HPCC 168) 139 Telecommunications infrastructure, successors to HPC Act of 1991, etc., 1993 Apr-May (1) H.R.1504 - Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 29 (2) H.R.1312 - Local Exchange Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 11. Companion to S.570 (3) H.R. 1757 - High Performance Computing and High Speed Networking Applications Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Apr 21. HPCC 160 (4) H.R.1757 - National Information Infrastructure Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Jul. An amendment. HPCC 166 (5) H.R. 1757 - High Performance Computing and High Speed Networking Applications Act of 1993: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Science, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 1993 Apr 27, May 6, May 11 (6) S.4 - National Competitiveness Act of 1993. Draft. HPCC 161 (7) FY 1994 Senate Appropriations Committee. 1993 May 11 (hearing date). Statement of DAB Lindberg (NLM) 1310 Information infrastructure, medical care and HPC and IT, appropriations, S.4, etc., 1993 Jun-Sep (1) H.R.1757, as reported by the Subcommittee on Science. 1993 Jun 17 (?). 38 pages. HPCC 159 (2) Congressional Briefing - Improving Medical Care: The Vision of High Performance Computing and Information Technology. FNLM. 1993 Jun 25 (3) H.R.1757 - National Information Infrastructure Act of 1993. Report 103-173. U.S. House of Representatives. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Jul 13. 51 pages. HPCC 175 (4) H.R.2639 - Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure and Public Broadcasting Facilities Assistance Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Jul 14. Includes section-by-section analysis. 30 pages (5) HPCC Congressional Staff Briefing. 1993 Jul 30 (6) Visit to NIH by Senator Robert Kerrey (D-NE). 1993 Aug 2 (7) Departments of Labor, HHS, and Related Agencies Appropriation Bill, 1994. Report 103-143. 1993 Sep 15 (legislative day Sep 7). Pages 76-131 and 276-277 (8) Departments of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Independent Agencies Appropriation Bill, 1994. Report 103-137. Senate. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Sep 9 (legislative day Sep 7). 2 pages about OSTP (9) Possible rewrite of S.4 Title VI. 1993 Sep 23. 19 pages. HPCC 267 (10) HPCC Congressional Briefing. 1993 Sep 24 3854 Partnerships and Collaboration as Competitiveness Tools: Hearing before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Jul 9. 146 pages, 1993 Jul 9141 Advanced Computing in Health Care, S.4, 1993 Jul-Sep (1) Hearing on Advanced Computing in Health Care before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 1993 Aug 5. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NCO/HPCC and NLM) (2) S.4 - National Competitiveness Act of 1993. Report 103-113. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. GPO. 1993 Jul 28 (legislative day Jun 30). 110 pages 142 Health care reform, Telemedicine Steering Committee, HPCC Program, S.4, etc. (1) Prevention and Health Care Reform: Hearing before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee. 1993 Oct , 1993 Oct-Dec (2) Telemedicine Steering Committee established by Sen. K Conrad. 1993 Oct 18 meeting (3) Hearing on the HPCC Program before the Subcommittee on Science, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 Oct 25 (4) Possible rewrite of S.4 Title VI. 1993 Nov 4. 21 pages (5) S.1494 - Health Information Modernization and Security Act of 1993. Companion to H.R.3137 (6) H.R.2639 - Telecommunications Infrastructure and Facilities Assistance Act of 1993. Referred to Senate 1993 Nov 9 (7) H.R.3476 - National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act Amendments of 1993 (8) Proposed rewrite of S. 4 Title VI: Information Technology Applications Act of 1993. 1993 Nov 9. 23 pages (9) H.R.1850 - University-Industry Technology Development Act (10) Statement of PR Lee (HHS) before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources. U.S. Senate. 1993 Dec 8. References NLM and its Rural Outreach Program, NNLM, Grateful Med, and its telemedicine initiative (11) H.R.3636 - National Communications Competition and Information Infrastructure Act of 1993 (12) Selected Legislation in the 103rd Congress Related to Electronic Information Delivery. LC. No date. HPCC 223 2022 S.4 - Draft Revisions. 1994 Feb 9-Jul 14 2023 Congressional Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Telemedicine and Health Care Informatics. 1994 Apr-1996 Jun 24 2024 HPCC briefing for Congressional staff. 1994 Apr 29 (briefing date) 2025 Telemedicine: An Information Highway to Save Lives: Hearing before Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1994 May 2. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM). 2026 The HPCC Program: Hearing before House Subcommittee on Science, Committee on Science, Space and Technology. 1994 May 10. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM), DB Nelson (DOE), LB Holcomb (NASA), M Ciment (NSF), JC Toole (DARPA) 2027 VA Health Care and Communication and Information Technologies: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Veterans' Affairs. U.S. House of Representatives. 1994 Jul 20. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM) 3933 Hearing on the HPCC Program before the Subcommittee on Basic Research, Committee on Science. U.S. House of Representatives, 1995 Oct 31
    Hearing also included testimony by AK Jones (DDR&E and CCIC Chair), J Toole (NCO/HPCC), ED Lazowska (U. Washington and CRA)

    (1) Evolving the High Performance Computing and Communications Initiative to Support the Nation's Information Infrastructure -- Statement of IE Sutherland (Co-Chair, NRC Committee on HPCC: Status of a Major Initiative, and Sun Microsystems) (2) Testimony by F Baskett (CSPP and Silicon Graphics). 1995 Oct 31 3940 CRS Report for Congress: The High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) Program: An Introduction. GJ McLoughlin. Updated 1996 Jun 20. 6 pages 2813 The Next Generation Internet Initiative: Hearing before the Committee on Science. U.S. House of Representatives. 1997 Sep 10. Includes testimony by JH Gibbons (Assistant to the President for Science and Technology), DJ Farber (PITAC) 2814 Overview of NIH Programs: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and Environment, Committee on Commerce. U.S. House of Representatives. 1997 Sep 30. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg and D Lipman (both NLM) 2815 The Next Generation Internet Initiative: Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 1997 Nov 4. Includes testimony by JH Gibbons (Assistant to the President for Science and Technology), DOE, NSF, DARPA 3964 Support for PITAC, NITRD Act of 1999, supercomputers, 1999 Jun-Aug (1) Staying Competitive. DA Bromley (formerly OSTP). Science. 1999 Aug 6. 2 pages (2) Dan Davis (CASC and USC/ISI) to President Clinton and Members of Congress supporting PITAC, IT**2, and H.R.2086. 1999 Aug (?). 2 pages 3966 Department of Energy: Problems in the Management and Use of Supercomputers. Testimony by SD Kladiva (GAO) before the Subcommittee on Basic Research, Committee on Science. U.S. House of Representatives. 1999 Jul 14. 5 pages 3967 NITRD Act of 1999, etc., 1999 Nov 16-2001 Jun 26 (1) H.R. 2086 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Act (introduced 1999 Jun 9). Report 106-472 Part 1 [amendment]. 1999 Nov 16. 95 pages (2) Sen. FJ Sensenbrenner to Sen. B Frist re not reaching agreement on authorization bill to double civilian R&D spending. 2000 Sep 19. 2 pages (3) Reinventing the Internet -- Promoting Innovation in IT: Hearing before House Subcommittee on Research, Committee on Science. 2001 Jun 26. 14 pages. Included testimony by E Benhamou (3Com, PITAC), A Jones (NSB), CM Furlani (NCO/ITRD) 316 S.2046 -- Next Generation Internet in the President's FY 2001 Budget: Hearing before Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space, Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. 106th Congress, second session. 2000 Mar 1. 65 pages 4026 H.R.28 -- High-Performance Computing Revitalization Act of 2005. Introduced 2005 Jan 4. 2005 Jan 4-Mar 24. 11 pages. Includes section-by-section analysis and bill summary 4056 S.733 -- Exascale Computing for Science, Competitiveness, Advanced Manufacturing, Leadership, and the Economy Act of 2013 -- "To amend the Department of Energy High-End Computing Revitalization Act of 2004. . . ." Introduced 2013 Apr 16. 5 pages 4057 H.R. 2495 -- American Super Computing Leadership Act -- "To amend the Department of Energy High-End Computing Revitalization Act of 2004" to improve the DOE high-end computing R&D program. Introduced 2013 Jun 25. 8 pages Series 6: HPCCIT Subcommittee, HPCCIT Executive Committee, Subordinate Groups Meetings and Activities, 1984-2002
    The members of the HPCCIT Subcommittee and its successors are representatives from HPCC Program agencies, OMB, OSTP, and the NCO/HPCC. The NCO director chaired the HPCCIT until 1999. The successors to the HPCCIT are the CIC then CCIC, ITRD, and NITRD. The HPCCIT initially met monthly, then less frequently beginning in the late 1990s as HPCCIT working groups and interagency coordination groups met monthly.

    447 FCCSET report on supercomputer training, 198452 CPMES, FCCSET, FNC, HPC, NREN, grand challenges, 1989-1990511-13 CPMES, FCCSET, FNC, HPC Initiative, HPC evaluation criteria, 1990623 HPCCIT Subcommittee, NREN, HPCC management, NLM and NIH participation in HPCC activities, NLM BOR and HPCC, 1991 Jan-Jun625 HPCC Education activities including FCCSET-HPCC Working Group for Education, 1991 Aug-1993 Jul71 HPCCIT meetings and activities, FCCSET (including biotechnology crosscut), NIH and NLM HPCC participation, HPCC budget, HPCC implementation plan, CPMES, 1991 Jul-Sep73 HPCCIT briefing to OMB and Q&A, NLM HPCC projects, medically-related Grand Challenges for HPCC Blue Book, HPCC in NIH strategic plan, NIH text for Blue Book, 1991 Oct-Dec928 HPCCIT including proposed creation of a HPCC Coordination Office, 1992 Jan-Jul932 1992 Aug 19 OSTP announcement of the establishment of the NCO/HPCC and that DAB Lindberg has been appointed its first Director effective 1992 Sep 1, FNC and NREN, HPCC Implementation Plan, CPMES, HPCCIT charter, etc., 1992 Aug103 FNC and NREN, Report on the NREN Program required by the HPC Act of 1991, Strategic Plan for the Placement of Large Scale High Performance Computers with a Purchase Price Over $5 Million Using HPCC Funds, FCCSET-HPCCIT Task Group on Education, 1992 Sep105 HPCCIT Virtual Reality Task Group, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec107 National Research and Education Network: A Report to Congress -- in response to a requirement of the High Performance Computing Act of 1991. OSTP. 1992 Dec., 1992 Oct-Dec112 IITA, NREN, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec114 HPCC Software Exchange, 1992 Nov 16-30143 NREN, NII, S.4, technology transfer, HPCC lessons learned and achievements so far, new IITA component of HPCC Program, etc., 1993 Jan-Jun144 Agency HPCC activities, IITF, etc., 1993 Jul-Sep145 Open discussion with computer industry technical directors, etc., 1993 Oct-Nov151 IITA, etc., 1993 Dec2028 NSTC/CIC (Committee on Information and Communications -- successors to HPCCIT Subcommittee) Strategic Implementation Plan, etc., 1994211 IITA, HPCCIT Subcommittee Dialogues with (1) Telecommunications Industry and (2) Software Developers, Implementation Plan, etc., 1994 Jan-Feb212 DAB Lindberg's HPCC lessons learned, Workshop on Enabling Technologies for Peta(FL)OPS Computing Systems (held 1994 Feb 22-24), etc., 1994 Mar213 HPCCIT Subcommittee Dialogues with Non-Federal and Federal Computer Center Directors, international interactions, Supercomputing '94, NCO Internet server usage statistics, etc., 1994 Apr-Dec223 Final Report of NCO/HPCC Grants Associate J Turkkan -- project goal was to develop a database of HPCC grants, contracts, and other research awards, 1994 Feb 28234 Virtual Reality Technology: Report of the HPCC Task Force on Virtual Reality, 1993 Aug 2-1994 May 27245 Mass Storage Briefings, held at NCO/HPCC, 1994 Oct 25-27251 GAO report "High Performance Computing and Communications: New Program Direction Would Benefit From a More Focused Effort", 1993 May 28-1994 Nov 102529-31 DAB Lindberg steps down as NCO Director, letter from Vice President Gore to Lindberg; HPCCIT Computing Systems Briefings, 19952714 HPCCIT strategic planning; CIC becomes CCIC (Committee on Computing, Information, and Communications) -- next successor to HPCCIT Subcommittee; CCIC's Applications Council; CCIC Program Component Areas (PCAs), 1996 Jan-Sep2715 CCIC's Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, 1996 Oct-Dec291 NGI, digital libraries, President's FY 1998 budget states that in FY 1996, the HPCC Program "achieved sustained multidisciplinary application speeds never before reached by any NASA application.", 1997299 Critical infrastructure protection, high confidence systems research agenda, 1998309 NGI, IT**2, PCAs, etc., 1999357-17 S&ECWG (Science and Engineering Computing Working Group) (donated by JR Fischer (NASA), S&ECWG Executive Secretary), 1995 Jan 10-1996 Jul 153518-41 HECCWG (High End Computing and Computation Working Group, successor to S&ECWG) (donated by JR Fischer (NASA), HECCWG Executive Secretary), 1996 Jul 15-1997 Dec 16361-25 HECCWG (donated by JR Fischer (NASA), HECCWG Executive Secretary), 1998 Jan 8-2002 Jul 3 Series 7: Subject Files, Presentations, Press, 1965-2015
    Documentation covering the day-to-day activities of the HPCC Program and the NCO/HPCC. High-performance computing and communications activities including HPCC agency activities and interactions with universities, corporations, professional associations, and foreign organizations, etc.

    446 Access to supercomputers, NSF supercomputer centers, etc., 1965-1986449 NSF supercomputer centers, human genome, etc., 1987-1988450 Library automation systems, information technology and undergraduate medical education, medical informatics, human genome, etc., 1989515 Al Gore on "Networking the Future", etc., 1990621 RCI including DAB Lindberg talk, results of HPCC Initiative survey, 1991-1993624 Distribution of FY 1992 HPCC "Blue Book" to NLM community, NSFNET Connections program demo that DAB Lindberg attended, CSPP meetings with NSF, DOE, and NIH/NLM re HPCC "Human Resources and Training", etc., 1991 Jan-Jun72 HPCC and NLM 2000: The Next Generation Systems, NLM "Learning Resource Center", NLM Planning Panel on Toxicology and the Environment, IOM, press release for NLM's Visible Human Project, etc., 1991 Jul-Sep74 NLM "DIRLINE: Directory of Information Resources Online", NIH biomaterials crosscut program, Grateful Med, WAIS, NSF Connections Program and NLM, etc., 1991 Oct-Dec925 DAB Lindberg's materials for HPCC talks, 1992926 Gigabit Testbeds (including CNRI, AURORA, BLANCA, CASA, Nectar, reports), etc., 1992-1994929 Visible Human Project, NREN, CSPP, InterNIC, print media coverage on IT issues et al, etc., 1992-1993930 NSFNET and NREN, CNI, etc., 1992 Jan-Mar931 FCCSET activities, DOE/ORNL acquires Intel Paragon, print media coverage, DAB Lindberg on medical information systems of the future, etc., 1992 Apr-Jul101 DAB Lindberg named Director of new NCO/HPCC, letters & media coverage, copyright, etc., 1992 Aug102 NSF NAP and vBNS and NREN, NREN and copyright, FCCSET/STI, Energy Department Selects Six "Grand Challenge" Super Computing Research Projects, CNI, OCLC and Internet and NREN, print media coverage, etc., 1992 Aug104 HPCC Software Exchange, Gigabit networks, Internet Society, "Technology: The Engine of Economic Growth -- A National Technology Policy for America" -- Clinton/Gore campaign (1992 Sep 21), print media coverage, etc., 1992 Sep106 Incoming Clinton Administration, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec113 Grateful Med, public interactions, VR for surgery, NSF Metacenter -- 1992 Nov 16 press release, Internet services (Archie, Gopher, etc.), DAB Lindberg 1992 HPCC presentations, print media coverage, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec152 NSFNET, Federal Computer Week's Federal 100 awards recognize DAB Lindberg, etc., 1993 Jun 5153 DAB Lindberg's favorite images used in HPCC talks, NLM to award Internet connections grants for a second year, etc., 1993 Jan154 DAB Lindberg gives keynote on "Grand Challenges in Medical Computing" keynote at dedication of the Arizona Health Sciences Library and Learning Resources Center in Tucson, etc., 1993 Feb155 DAB Lindberg gives Annual Dainton Lecture "High Performance Libraries" at the British Library, 1993 Mar 20156 DAB Lindberg talks et al: (1) health care information infrastructure, (2) availability and access to government information, (3) VistaNet gigabit testbed site visit, (4) "This doctor has a prescription for supercomputing"; NSFNET; etc., 1993 Mar163 CSPP on IT's contribution to healthcare reform; copyright, information services, and the NREN; Clinton/Gore administration; key escrow; DAB Lindberg "HPCC: The Medical Connection"; Internet named Landmark Technology of 1992; etc., 1993 Apr164 Technological Strategies for Protecting Intellectual Property in the Networked Multimedia Environment, workshop at the JFK School of Government, Harvard U., 1993 Apr 2-3183 Transfer of GenBank Submission Processing from DOE to NCBI, 1993 Apr-Oct; 1988165 NLM Locator introduced, NII, Grand Challenges workshop, print media coverage, etc., 1993 May171 Coordinating Federal Health Care -- DoD, IHS, VA workshop; "The Rocky Road to a Data Highway" (Science magazine), including re NSFNET, Internet, NREN, NII, Visible Human Project; DAB Lindberg on the HPCC Program; NII Task Force; etc., 1993 May172 IMIA Working Conference on the Healthcare Professional Workstation (DAB Lindberg gave keynote), 1993 Jun 14-16173 Internet FAQs: A Primer for Federal Librarians, CSPP, NLM Medical Informatics Course, Canada's SuperJANET network and Canadian MEDLARS, Annual Meeting on Medical Informatics Research Training, economics and pricing of the Internet, etc., 1993 Jun174 DAB Lindberg public events at: (1) Healthcare Panel at 3Com's NII Roundtable at InterOp, and (2) Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility; HIV/AIDS Information Services sponsored by NLM and NIH/Office of AIDS Research; etc., 1993 Jun175 U.S. House of Representatives holds first hearing ever over a computer network; DAB Lindberg on "Medical Informatics" and "Information: an interconnected world"; NSFNET; etc., 1993 Jul176 DAB Lindberg participates in panel at CRS seminar "Telemedicine: A Vehicle for Expanding Access to Health Care", K Kennedy (CRPC) reaction to CBO "Promoting High Performance Computing and Communications" report, etc., 1993 Aug181 3rd Annual Foreign Acquisitions Workshop, including DAB Lindberg's keynote "Improving Access to Foreign Gray Literature", 1993 Aug 21-23182 DAB Lindberg: (1) on HPCCI & the NII at Montgomery County [Maryland] High Technology Council, (2) HPCC: Toward a NII; NLM and NCO/HPCC: "Does Telemedicine need more than standard phone lines?"; the public library and the NII; etc., 1993 Sep184 WAIS and Gopher; "research mode" hurricane model projects path of Hurricane Emily better than operational model, and is used in operational forecasting; DAB Lindberg on HPCC: Toward a NII; etc., 1993 Oct185 CSTB "The Changing Nature of Telecommunications / Information Infrastructure" workshop, W. Post: "SEC Plans Computer Access to Business Filings" funded by NSF grant that "sprang from an unsolicited application" per S Wolff (NSF), etc., 1993 Oct186 DAB Lindberg on "Overview of the Government Initiatives to Develop Virtual Reality"; etc. , 1993 Nov191 FNC/FNCAC; WWW, Mosaic, WAIS; electronic journals; NLM-sponsored "Image Database Commonalities" workshop; Executive Order 12881 establishing the NSTC, Executive Order 12882 establishing the PCAST; etc., 1993 Nov192 HPCC FACTS: (1) research funding opportunities, (2) information on the Internet; HPC and Networking conference; XIWT established; Vice President Gore on the information highway and telecommunications, including medical applications; etc., 1993 Dec221-2 NCO/HPCC Mosaic home page; White House NII documents in electronic form; VP Gore proposes "National Telecommunications Reform: Bring the Information Revolution to Every Classroom, Hospital, and Library" by 2000; health care reform and the NII; etc., 1994224-5 EOP/OSTP forum on world leadership in basic science, mathematics, and engineering; NLM "a model for government action in information"; NSFnet begins high-speed network architecture "to accommodate both 'cutting edge' and 'commodity users'"; etc., 1994 Feb227-8 Reinventing Government, ARPA Computing Systems Technology Office HPCC Symposium, etc., 1994 Mar231-2 NLM Fact Sheet: Healthcare Informatics and Telemedicine (including about HPCC at NLM); NIST/ATP "Information Infrastructure for Healthcare" program; Internet shopping; DAB Lindberg visits Aurora Gigabit Network Testbed; etc., 1994 Apr233 "Newest and largest supercomputer simulation of the universe agrees so well with astronomical observations . . ." -- NCSA-led simulation funded by NASA and NSF, 1994 May235 12 NLM HPCC Healthcare Applications research contracts; DAB Lindberg on HPCC and the NII at "Building a National Health Information Infrastructure: The Role of HPCC" symposium; NLM Resources Available on the Internet; etc., 1994 May236 NII security; NOAA Climate and Global Change Program announcement; DOE "Cooperative Agreement to Ease Industry Transition to Parallel Supercomputers"; DAB Lindberg on HPCC Program at First Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering; etc., 1994 Jun237-8 DAB Lindberg on "Medical Informatics: The National Perspective" at "Information Technology in the American Medical Center" seminar; IITF; etc., 1994 Jul241-2 Telemedicine policy for the NII conference; NASA "Public Use Of Earth And Space Science Data Over The Internet"; etc., 1994 Aug243-4 NASA/USUHS Telemedicine "Remote Health Care and Disaster Response" conference; HPCC FACTS: (1) telemedicine and digital libraries, (2) research funding opportunities; etc., 1994 Sep246 "Evolving the National Information Infrastructure: A Symposium for Government and Industry", etc., 1994 Oct252-3 Supercomputing '94; NCO Mosaic home page; Visible Human; DAB Lindberg on (1) the HPCC vision at NII and health care conference, (2) "Medicine Wagon on the Electronic Highway"; NASA HPCC/IITA Internet public access grants et al; etc., 1994 Nov254 World Wide Web, Mosaic and NIH; NLM/AHCPR vocabularies for computer-based patient records workshop; Government Information Locator Service; DAB Lindberg on national HPC initiatives at EPA-sponsored Computing in Environmental Management Conference; etc., 1994 Dec261-2 Library of Congress introduces THOMAS for public on-line access to Congressional information; DAB Lindberg steps down as NCO/HPCC Director; NSF pilots FastLane; DAB Lindberg talk at Medicine Meets Virtual Reality III workshop; etc., 1995263 CSTB/NRC "Evolving the HPCC Initiative" report, DAB Lindberg HPCC presentation materials, ARPA-sponsored Research Fellowships in HPC, etc., 1995 Feb264 Visible Human Project, NSTC on national security, copyright and intellectual property rights, etc., 1995 Mar265 "Making a Powerful Connection: the Health of the Public and the National Information Infrastructure" conference sponsored by NLM, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, CDC, and AHCPR, and held at NLM, etc., 1994 Sep 1-1995 Apr 19266 NSF/ARPA/NASA digital libraries research awards to Stanford (single integrated library), U. Michigan (earth and space science), Alexandria (spatial data), U. Illinois (engineering), CMU (video), UC Berkeley (environment); NLM TOXNET databases; etc., 1995 Apr267 Honoring DAB Lindberg as he steps down as NCO Director, etc., 1995 May-Jun268 NSTC/CIC [Committee on Information and Communications] (HPCCIT successor) "America in the Age of Information: A Forum on Federal Information and Communications R&D"; telemedicine . . ., 1995 Jul271 Western Governors Association "Telemedicine Action Report"; White House Technology Briefing; Visible Human Project; etc., 1995 Aug-Dec2716 DAB Lindberg on medicine in an electronic world, medicine and the NII, medical issues in digital libraries; telemedicine; NLM Medical Informatics Research Training [grant] Programs; NLM solicits health applications for the NII (Series 7); etc., 1996 Jan-May281 DAB Lindberg (NLM) on "Information Exchange and Management in Future Health Care Delivery", etc., 1996 Jun-Sep282 Telemedicine; Visible Human Project; impact of the NII on health care, public health, and research; DAB Lindberg on IT and healthcare at Supercomputing '96; etc., 1996 Oct-Dec292 LSN/NGI workshop, NGI, Visible Human Project, Congressional Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Telehealth (throughout 1997) . . ., 1997 Jan-Mar293 Visible Human Project, telemedicine, NGI, NASA Research and Education Network workshop, etc., 1997 Apr-Sep294 NGI, Internet II, and vBNS and their implications for health care; NGI; etc., 1997 Oct-Dec2910 NSF's Knowledge and Distributed Information (KDI) program; NGI; telemedicine; connecting hospitals et al to the Internet; critical infrastructure protection; Netamorphosis demonstrations; High Confidence Systems Research Agenda workshop; etc., 1998 Jan-Mar301 HHS Data Council: reports to Vice President Gore on HHS efforts to promote health care applications of the NII, covering health data standards, privacy, telemedicine) and on enhanced health information for consumers . . . ., 1996 Mar-1998 Mar302 DARPA NGI awards, NLM connectivity to NSF vBNS, etc., 1998 Apr-Jun304 NGI Congressional briefing, DOE/NSF advanced scientific computation workshop, etc., 1998 Jul-Sep305 NLM National Telemedicine Initiative Reverse Site Visit, NGI, etc., 1998 Oct-Dec3010 "The Information Technology for the 21st Century Act of 1999" bill, etc., 1999 Jan-Mar311 Investments in innovation in IT, Digital Libraries Initiative Phase 2, etc., 1999 Apr-Jun312 NASA/ARC "Bridging the Gap from Networking Technologies to Applications" workshop report, etc., 1999 Jul-Sep313 PITAC Interim NGI Review, NLM on healthcare and the NII, Visible Human Project, etc., 1999 Oct-Dec3111 Visible Human Project; hearing on S.2046 (2000 Mar 1); PITAC Panel on Transforming the Practice of Health Care, including presentations by DAB Lindberg (NLM); S.2046 hearing on NGI; etc., 20003120 Telemedicine; NLM exhibition on the telegraph and the Internet; health information on the Internet; Senate hearing on consumers, health care, and technology; end-to-end network performance; etc., 2001324 Visible Human Project; demos for Senate Steering Committee on Telehealth and Healthcare Informatics; DAB Lindberg on biomedical informatics; NLM that advanced computer networks can help improve health care delivery; etc., 2002326 High End Computing Revitalization Task Force called for in President's FY 2004 budget, HHS conference on a National Health Information Infrastructure, NLM/NGI Reverse Site Visit, etc., 20033210 Creation of National Health Information Technology Coordinator, National Coordinator's report on health IT, celebrating DAB Lindberg's 20th anniversary at NLM (at Library of Congress), etc., 20043211 Commission on Systematic Interoperability to develop a strategy for adopting and implementing health care IT standards, authorized in PL 108-173, the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003, 2004 Jul-2005 Oct333-16 Transcripts from NITRD and PITAC meetings and from HCMDSS workshop, 20053317-20 Transcripts from NITRD Workshop on Interoperability of Software (WINS) planning meeting and PCAST Subcommittee on Networking and IT meetings, 2006341-4 Transcripts from NITRD meetings, PCAST Subcommittee on Networking and IT meetings, etc., 2006 Oct 31-Dec 143416 PCAST Networking and IT Subcommittee, NLM experimental collaboration on a biomedical data archive and associated journal, Composable and Systems Technologies for High Confidence Cyber Physical Systems workshop, etc., 2005-20093417-19 NCO/HPCC, 1992-1994351-5 NCO/HPCC, 1995-20073626 GAO on interoperability of DoD and VA electronic health record systems, 2001-20133627 Bayesian methods in clinical trials, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, IT research challenges for healthcare, etc., 2006-20093628 NITRD Health IT R&D (HITRD) Senior Steering Group (DAB Lindberg co-chaired), etc., 2010371 NSF Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure Task Force on Data and Visualization; "Big Data" at NITRD, in biomedical research, Obama big data initiative, 2010 Dec 3-2012 Mar 29372 NITRD HITRD Health IT Innovation and Development Environment (HITIDE), 2011373-4 NITRD HITRD and HITIDE; Todd Park (HHS CTO) "Unleashing the Power of Open Data to Improve Health"; OECD-NSF workshop on smarter health and wellness; Using IBM's Watson to Make Smarter Humanitarian Decisions -- symposium; etc., 2011375-6 NITRD HITRD and HITIDE including "identity management" and "patient discovery", 2012377 NITRD HITRD, etc., 2013-2015 Series 8: NLM-specific HPCC Broad Area Announcements, 1993-1998
    Includes two NLM BAAs (Broad Area Announcements): (a) Biomedical Applications of HPCC, on which NLM collaborated with ARPA, AHCPR, and NIH/NCI, and (b) Biomedical Applications for the NGI, etc.

    161 NLM HPCC BAA PART 1, 1993 Mar-Jun162 NLM HPCC BAA PART 2, 1993 Jul-Dec214 NLM HPCC BAA PART 3 -- awards, April 20 press conference that included Vice President Gore, 1994 Feb-Aug303 NLM NGI BAA: Biomedical Applications for the NGI, 1998 Feb 23-Jul 9 Series 9: President's IT Advisory Committee (PITAC) Activities and Publications and PCAST Publications, 1992-2010
    The High-Performance Computing Act of 1991 authorizes "an advisory committee on high-performance computing consisting of non-Federal members, including representatives from the research, education, and library communities, network providers, and industry, who are specially qualified to advise the Director [of OSTP] with advice and information on high-performance computing." It was to provide an independent assessment of Program progress, need for revision, balance among Program components, and whether the Program's R&D "is helping maintain United States leadership in computing technology". Its recommendations were to be "considered in reviewing and revising the Program." The Presidential Advisory Committee on HPCCITNGI (PAC-HPCCITNGI) was established and held its first meeting in February 1997, and subsequently met about three times a year. In 1998 its name was shortened to President's IT Advisory Committee (PITAC). The Next Generation Internet Research Act of 1998 authorized the PITAC to review the HPCC Program's NGI initiative. In 2005 President George W. Bush assigned the responsibilities of the PITAC to the PCAST.

    Includes materials for and from PITAC meetings and PITAC and PCAST reports.

    Items in cartons 39 and 40 were donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC).

    99 Renewing the Promise: Research-Intensive Universities and the Nation. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 65 pages. HPCC 110 911 High Performance Computing and Communications Panel Report. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 9 pages. HPCC 106 912 Technology and the American Standard of Living. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 8 pages. HPCC 113 913 Science, Technology, and National Security. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 21 pages. HPCC 114 914 Megaprojects in the Sciences. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 41 pages. HPCC 115 915 Learning to Meet the Science and Technology Challenge. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 57 pages. HPCC 116 916 Achieving the Promise of the Bioscience Revolution: The Role of the Federal Government. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 16 pages. HPCC 117 2816 Establishment, first meeting, NGI review, HEC, 1997 (1) Executive Order establishing HPCCITNGI Advisory Committee (2) Co-chairs B Joy and K Kennedy; members E Benhamou, V Cerf, C-c Chen, D Cooper, SD Dorfman, R Ewald, DJ Farber, SS Fuller, H Garcia-Molina, SL Graham, JN Gray, WD Hillis, DC Nagel, R Reddy, EH Shortliffe, L Smarr, L Vadasz, AJ Viterbi, SJ Wallach (3) Charter (4) meetings on 1997 Feb 27-28 (first meeting) and 1997 Dec 9-10 2817 NGI Subcommittee -- DAB Lindberg (NLM) presentation; NIST, NASA, NSF, DOE, DARPA/ITO, and DARPA/ISO briefings; Initial Report to the President: Recommendations on NGI Initiative; Broad-Based Subcommittee meeting, 19973945 Meeting materials, etc., 1997 Feb 27-Jun 24 (1) 1997 Feb 27-28 meeting minutes. 14 pages (2) Initial review of the plans for the NGI: Letter report from W Joy and K Kennedy, Advisory Committee co-chairs, to JH Gibbons (OSTP). 1997 May 30. 2 pages (3) Networking Initiatives -- overview. SURA. 1997 Jun 24. 2 pages (4) HECC Strategic Plan Overview -- Information for Presidential Advisory Committee. L Holcomb (NASA) and PH Smith (DOE), Co-Chairs, High End Computing and Computation Working Group. 1997 Jun 24. 10 pages 3951 Meeting materials, etc., 1998 Mar 11 (1) High End Subcommittee Status Report (2) Broad-Based Subcommittee (3) White House press releases about membership (4) LSN/NGI update 296 PITAC Interim Report to the President. NCO/CIC. 1998 Aug. 68 pages 306 Information Technology Research: Investing in Our Future. PITAC Report to the President. 1999 Feb. 89 pages 3963 PITAC Final Report -- Fact Sheet. 1999 Feb 24 (?). 2 pages 3110 PITAC NGI Review -- NIH binder. 2000 Jan 14 314 Resolving the Digital Divide: Information, Access, and Opportunity -- Conference Report. PITAC in association with Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. 2000 Feb. 24 pages 318 Transforming Access to Government Through Information Technology -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2000 Sep. 30 pages 3977 Recommendations of the Panel on Open Source Software For High End Computing. L Smarr and S Graham, Co-Chairs. Includes PITAC Co-Chairs R Reddy and I Wladawsky-Berger transmittal letter to President Clinton. Prepublication copy. 2000 Sep 11. 13 pages 319 Developing Open Source Software to Advance High End Computing -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2000 Oct. 26 pages 3115 Digital Libraries: Universal Access to Human Knowledge -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Feb. 28 pages 3116 Transforming Health Care Through Information Technology -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Feb. 31 pages 3117 Using Information Technology to Transform the Way We Learn -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Feb. 43 pages 328 Revolutionizing Health Care Through Information Technology -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2004 Jun. 55 pages 4018 PITAC meeting materials and PITAC brochure. 2004 Jun 17 4021 Meeting materials, 2004 Nov 4 (1) D Marburger (OSTP) to MR Benioff (Salesforce and PITAC co-chair) with computational science questions he'd like PITAC to address in the NITRD context. 2004 Jun 9. 2 pages (2) Computational Science Subcommittee: Preliminary Observations. DA Reed, chair. 2004 Nov 4. 23 pages 4812 Cyber Security: A Crisis of Prioritization -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2005 Feb. 68 pages 4027 Computational Science: Ensuring America's Competitiveness -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2005 Jun. 115 pages 349 Leadership Under Challenge: Information Technology R&D in a Competitive World -- An Assessment of the Federal Networking and Information Technology R&D Program. PCAST. NCO/NITRD. 2007 Aug. 69 pages 4039 Priorities for Personalized Medicine. PCAST. 2008 Sep. 71 pages 3414 Designing a Digital Future: Federally Funded Research and Development in Networking and Information Technology -- PCAST Report to the President and Congress. EOP and PCAST. 2010 Dec. 142 pages 3415 Realizing the Full Potential of Health Information Technology to Improve Healthcare for Americans: The Path Forward -- PCAST Report to the President and Congress. EOP and PCAST. 2010 Dec. 101 pages Series 10: NASA HPCC, 1995-2017
    Topics include workshops, HPCC activities at NASA Centers, and NASA HPCC programs. Donated by James R. Fischer (NASA).

    Publications and Reports, 1995-2005; 2017
    About 60 items. Includes reports from NASA-led and other workshops: Frontiers of Massively Parallel Scientific Computation, Grand Challenge Applications and Software Technology (1993), PetaFlops Architecture Workshop (PAWS '96), Data and Visualization Corridors. Includes HPCC plans and reports from NASA Centers including CSCC and JPL, NASA and other periodicals, and U.S. Global Change Research Program reports.

    4058 Detailed inventory and disposition record of the NASA HPCC Program archival holdings collected at NASA. 2017 Jun 12. 760 pages [flash drive] 4059 (1) HPCC Week (1995-1999). (2) "New Technology Week" (1999-2000). King Communications Group. (3) List of HPCC Week and New Technology Week articles about NASA 356 Selected HPCC Week articles. 1996 Aug 29-2002 May 20 411 New Technology Week. King Communications Group. 2001-2004 412 Manufacturing and Technology Week. 2005 413 (1) NASA HPCC Insights Magazine. 1996-2001. Nearly complete set. (2) List of NASA/ESS articles published therein 414enVision: Vol. 15 No. 2: Apr-Jun 1999. Vol. 16 No. 3: Jul-Sep 2000. Vol. 16 No. 4: Oct-Dec 2000. Vol. 17 No. 2: Apr-Jun 2001. Vol. 18 No. 2: Apr-Jun 2002. Vol. 19 No. 2: Apr-Jun 2003. NPACI & SDSC. 1999 Apr-2003 Jun. Overall 1999 Apr-200 415access: Fall//Winter 1999; Spring, Summer 2000; Summer, Fall 2001; Spring, Summer, Fall 2002; Spring, Summer 2003; Spring, Summer, Fall 2004; Spring, Fall 2005; Spring 2006. Alliance/NCSA then NCSA 416 ASC MSRC Journal. 2001 Spring 417 AHPCRC Bulletin. Vol. 11 No. 1: Spring 2001. Vol. 11 No. 3: Fall 2001. Vol. 11 No. 4: Winter 2001 and Vol. 12 No. 1 -- Spring 2002. Vol. 12 No. 3: Fall 2002. Vol. 13 No. 1: 2003. Vol. 13 No. 2: 2003. Vol. 13 No. 3: 2003 418 Super Problems for Supercomputers. I Peterson. Science News. 1984 Sep 29. 4 pages 419 Activities and Operations of the Advanced Computing Research Facility and "The Advanced Computing Research Facility". ANL-86-34. DOE/ANL. 1985 Jan-1986 Jul. 27 pages 4110 Frontiers of Massively Parallel Scientific Computation, Proceedings of first symposium (held 1986 Sep 24-25 at NASA/GSFC) sponsored by NASA and Goodyear Aerospace Corporation. JR Fischer, editor. NASA Conference Publication 2478, 1987. 333 pages 4111 Multiprocessing the Sieve of Eratosthenes. SH Bokhari. IEEE Computer. 1997 Apr. 9 pages 4112 Report From the MPP Working Group to the NASA Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications. JR Fischer, C Grosch, M McAnulty, J O'Donnell, O Storey. NASA Technical Memorandum 87819. 1987 Nov. 64 pages 4113 Supercomputer 22. Amsterdam Universities Computing Centre. 1987 Nov. 54 pages 4114 Proceedings of Frontiers '88, the Second Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. R Mills, editor. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1988 Oct 10-12 (symposium dates). 777 pages 4115 Our Changing Planet: A U.S. Strategy for Global Change Research -- To Accompany the U.S. President's Fiscal Year 1990 Budget. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1989. 43 pages 4116 Our Changing Planet: The FY 1990 Research Plan. The U.S. Global Change Research Program. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1989 Jul. 196 pages 4117 Our Changing Planet: The FY 1990 Research Plan -- Executive Summary. The U.S. Global Change Research Program. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1989 Jul. 46 pages 4118 Supercomputer Hardware: An Update of the 1983 Report's Summary and Tables. IEEE Scientific Supercomputer Subcommittee. Computer, published by the IEEE Computer Society. 1989 Nov. 6 pages 4119 Our Changing Planet: The FY 1991 U.S. Global Change Research Program -- To Accompany the U.S. President's Fiscal Year 1990 Budget. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1990. 67 pages 4120 Perspectives: Success Factors in Critical Technologies. CSPP. 1990 Jul. 27 pages 4121 Proceedings of Frontiers '90, the Third Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. J JaJa, editor. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1990 Oct 8-10 (symposium dates). 545 pages 4122 CSC Update -- first issue. Caltech. 1991 Fall. 12 pages 4123 High-Performance Computing Bill Gets Green Light From Congress. CD Marsan. Federal Computer Week. 1991 Dec 2. 1 page 4124 NASA Research Announcement: Research in High Performance Computing. NASA Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology. NRA-92-OSSA-2. 1992 Feb 28. 39 pages 4125 NASA HPCC Program Plan. NASA Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology. 1992 Aug. 122 pages 4126 CSCC Update. 1992 Sep. 12 pages 4127 ARPA Applies Dual-Use to Affordable Defense. WB Scott. Aviation Week & Space Technology. 1993 Apr 12. 1 page 4128 Workshop on Grand Challenge Applications and Software Technology -- program. 1993 May 4-6 (workshop dates). 16 pages 4129 NASA Tests Cooperative Agreements to Procure High-Speed Computer Wares: Would use the systems as a test bed for solutions to computational problems under the HPCC program. E Varon. Federal Computer Week. 1993 Sep 27. 1 page 4130 NASA HPCC, Earth and Space Science Applications Project (ESS) FY93 Annual Report. NASA/GSFC and JPL. 1993 Dec. 57 (?) pages 4131 NASA HPCC Program Annual Report, 1993. L Holcomb, P Smith, P Hunter. NASA Technical Memorandum 4653, NASA Office of Aeronautics, HPCC Office. 1994. 130 pages 4132 NASA HPCC Program brochure and CAS, ESS, IITA, and REE Project data sheets. [1994-1996 (?)]. 19 pages 4133 PSC News. 1994 Mar-Apr. 10 pages 4134 (1) NASA Stimulates Use of Science Data Over the Internet. 1994 Aug 8. (2) NASA Awards Internet Grants and Cooperative Agreements. 1994 Aug 24. (3) Public Use Of Earth And Space Science Data Over The Internet -- proposals due 5/9/1994. Total 59 pages 4135 The Portland Group literature and papers. Portland Group et al. 1994 Oct-1996 Nov 4136 Annual Report 1993-1994 Concurrent Supercomputing Center. CSCC. 144 pages 4137 Proceedings of The Petaflops Frontier Workshop. T Sterling and MJ MacDonald, editors. NASA CESDIS Technical Report Series, Number TR-95-161. 1995 Feb 6 (workshop date). 166 pages 4138 NASA HPCC Program ESS Project: Grand Challenge Applications and Enabling Scalable Computing Testbed(s). NASA CAN-21425/041. 1995 May 15. 54 pages 4139 Highlights of FY 1995 Accomplishment: (1) Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) Project. (2) Computational Aerosciences (CAS) Project. (3) Information Infrastructure, Technology and Applications (IITA). NASA/HPCC Office. 1995 Oct 4140 Center for Advanced Computing Research, Caltech. Brochure and inserts. 1996. 14 pages 4141 DOE MICS [Mathematical, Information, and Computational Science Division] HPCC Program. 1996?. 117 pages 421 Proceedings of: (1) 1996 PetaFlops Architecture Workshop (PAWS '96). (2) 1996 PetaFlops System Software Summer Study (PetaSoft '96), June 17-21 1996. T Sterling, PAWS chair. I Foster, PetaSoft chair. 1996 Apr 21-25 and 1996 Jun 17-21. ~500 pages 422 Proceedings of Frontiers '96, the Sixth Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1996 Oct 27-31. 372 pages 423 Annual Report 1996 -- Center for Advanced Computing Research. Caltech. 72 pages 424 The Winners of the 1996 Rolex Awards for Enterprise -- includes "Telescopes in Education". Rolex. 1996. 36 pages 425 HPCC Information On-Line '97: A Collection of On-Line NASA HPCC Resources. NASA. 1997 [cd-rom] 426 First Workshop on Hybrid Technology MultiThreaded Architecture for Very High Performance Computing. Hosted by Cal Tech and NASA/JPL. 1997 Feb 25-26 427 Supercomputer Named for Pioneer Researcher at Goddard -- press release and photos from ceremony. NASA. 1997 May 13. 6 pages 428 The Role of High Performance Computing in Industry: Customer Perspectives and Market Analysis. IDC Consulting IDC#98079. 1998 Sep 429 Data and Visualization Corridors: Report on the 1998 DVC Workshop Series. PH Smith and J van Rosendale, editors. Sponsored by DOE and NSF. CalTech. [1998 Oct 16 (?)]. 82 pages 4210 Proceedings of the Third Petaflop Workshop (TPF-3). GR Gao, chair. 1999 Feb 22. 68 pages 4211 The Supply of Information Technology Workers in the United States. P Freeman and W Aspray. CRA. 1999 May. 159 pages 4212 Proceedings of Frontiers '99, the Seventh Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1999 Feb 21-25. 311 pages 4213 Harnessing the Power of Netcentricity: A National Research Agenda. Sponsored by DARPA. Robert H. Smith School of Business, U. Maryland. 1999 Dec. 97 pages 4214 Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology. International Technology Education Association. 2000. 256 pages 4215 NPACI Partnership Report 2001. 40 pages 4216 Science Advances 2001. SDSC/UCSD. 2001. 48 pages 4217 Advancing High End Computing: Linking to National Goals. JD Rogers and B Bozeman (both Georgia Tech). IBM Center for The Business of Government. 2003 Sep. 39 pages 4218 Federal Plan for High-End Computing. High-End Computing Revitalization Task Force. NCO/ITRD. 2004 May 10. 77 pages 4219 Proceedings of the [DoD] HPCMP Users Group Conference 2005. IEEE Computer Society Press. 2005 Jun 27-30. 450 pages HPCC Activities, 1976-1998; 2014
    HPCC-related activities at NASA. Topics overall include Centers (ARC, GSFC, JPL) and programs (CAS, ESS, IITA, RE&E).

    4220-44 Early NASA HPCC photos, initial NASA HPCC activities including applications, NREN (NASA Research and Engineering Network), what became the National HPCC Software Exchange (NHSE), etc., 1976-1992 Jul 14431-44 ESS applications, ACTS Experiment, VR, NREN, supercomputing initiative, JNNIE, Grand Challenges workshop, Petaflops workshop, K-12 education workshop, etc., 1991 Jun 5-1994 Mar 24441-52 ACTS Experiment, NREN, Digital Library project, IITA K-12 project, NHSE, EOSDIS, Information Power Grid, etc., 1994 Mar 28-1996 Sep 5451-40 Science Team, NREN, NHSE, Beowulf, ESMF, NGI, PetaFlops systems, Information Power Grid, etc., 1996 Sep 11-1998 Jul461-38 PetaFlops-systems, PITAC, Beowulf, ESMF, etc., 1998 Aug 13-2005 Jul 224639-49 Videos: Earth and space, peta(FL)OPS, CAVE, space vehicle simulation, NASA HPCC projects, etc., 1994 Feb 22-2002 Nov 18-22 471-15 Monthly and quarterly reports, MPP, etc., 1989-1998Map Drawer 251 Mission-Driven Climate Computing at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Poster. JR Fischer, design, and L Graham, graphical artist. NASA/GSFC, 2014 Series 11: Publications and Reports Donated by CASC (Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers), 1980-2015
    Created/authored by CASC and others. Topics include HPCC activities in academia and public policy.

    1980-1990
    About 90 individual items.

    Topics include "Industry and the Universities", "Computing and Higher Education", telecommunications on college and university campuses, "Integrating Computing Throughout the Curriculum", higher education access to supercomputers, scientific computing, scientific data, "Government Information in Electronic Format", export control, HPC R&D strategy, supercomputer sites, Bush Administration, NREN, intellectual property, "Networking for Science", "Modeling Climate Changes", "Science and Technology in the Academic Enterprise", "High Speed Data Networks" and scientific research, Vannevar Bush, NSFNET.

    Publishers include CASC, Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, CRA, EDUCOM, HPCC agencies, NAP, OTA, Supercomputing Review, print media.

    Donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC).

    378 Industry and the Universities: Developing Cooperative Research Relationships in the National Interest. National Commission on Research. 1980 Aug. 51 pages 379 Computing and Higher Education: an Accidental Revolution. RG Gillespie and DA Dicaro (both U. Washington). Supported by NSF Grant SED-7823790. 1981. 46 pages 3712 Integrating Tech, 1984 Jan 24-1988 Apr (1) Integrating Communication Technologies on College and University Campuses: The First National Conference on Critical Issues in Strategic Planning, Policy Development and Technology Management. 1984 Oct 9-10 (2) INSTITUTE The Expanding Role of Telecommunications in Higher Education. Co-sponsored by CAEL and the American Association for Higher Education Center for Learning and Telecommunications. August 6-10 (3) Academic Software for Higher Education: Road or Roadblock to Integrating Computing Throughout the Curriculum? SW Gilbert (EDUCOM). 1984 Nov 16. 15 pages (4) A National Higher Education Network: Issues and Opportunities. EDUCOM NTTF. 1987 May. 19 pages (5) Building the Network: Access Connectivity Technology Services. EDUCOM NTTF. 1988 April 3713 Supercomputer centers, access, technology and competitiveness, 1984 Sep 24 - 1990 Apr (1) Workshop on the issues of national supercomputer centers and universities. 5 pages (2) Access to high performance computer resources for research. Report to OTA. Gillespie, Folkner & Associates. 1990 Apr 12. 36 pages (3) Technology and Competitiveness: The New Policy Frontier. BR Inman and DF Burton Jr. Foreign Affairs. 1990 Spring 3714 Access to Supercomputers. EI Holmstrom. Higher Education Panel Report Number 69, American Council on Education -- survey funded by NSF, ED, and NEH. 1986 Jan. 28 pages 3715 Issues in Science and Technology. NAS. 1986 Winter. 144 pages. Includes NSF Director Erich Bloch on "Managing for Challenging Times: A National Research Strategy" 3716 Supercomputers, 1986 Jan-Aug 21 (1) Research Activity in American Universities. AB Ashton and LL Leslie. NACUBO [National Association of College and University Business Officers] Business Officer. 1986 Jan. 4 pages (2) Congress Persists in Approving Funds for Specific Universities. J Long. C&EN. 1986 Jan 20. 2 pages (3) Computer Networking for Scientists. DM Jennings, LH Landweber, IH Fuchs, DJ Farber, WR Adrion. Science. 1986 Feb 28. 8 pages (4) 'Supercomputer Famine' on University Campuses May Have Ended. JA Turner. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1986 Apr 23. One page (5) New Computing in Higher Education. SW Gilbert and KC Green. Change. 1986 May/Jun. 15 pages (6) NSF Program Announcement: Connections to NSF's National Supercomputer Access Network - (NSFnet) Networking Program. One deadline is 1986 Jun 16. 4 pages 3717 NSF and supercomputer centers, 1986 Sep 30-1987 Feb 15 (1) Preparing for Changing Scientific Computing Environments. Gordon Bell (NSF/CISE). 1986 Sep 30. 8 pages (2) The N.S.F.'s Maverick Chief: Erich Bloch -- Pushing Ivory-Tower Scientists Into the High-Tech Race. JW Anderson. NYT. 1987 Feb 15. One page (3) Network Offers Super Swap of Scientific Data: Supercomputer Site Links Help Push Back Horizons of Research Limits by Processing, Sharing Massive Data Files of U.S. Universities, Observatories, . . . . D Steinberg. PC Week. 1987 Feb 3. One page 3718 Technology & U.S. Government Information Policies: Catalysts for New Partnerships -- Report of the Task Force on Government Information in Electronic Format. DK Gapen, N Cline, M Getz, J Loup, B von Wahlde. ARL. 1987 Oct. 33 pages 3719 Global Trends in Computer Technology and Their Impact on Export Control. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1988. 303 pages 3720 Supercomputers, 1988 Oct 24-1989 Jan (1) Thinking about buying a supercomputer? A Guide for university presidents and chancellors. NASULGC Higher Education and Technology Committee. 1989 Jan. 5 pages (2) A brief analysis of the OSTP report "A Research and Development Strategy for High Performance Computing" with respect to the national network for higher education. [no date]. 5 pages (3) A brief analysis of Senator Gore's bill (S.2918) -- National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1988 -- presented at EDUCOM/NTTF meeting. 1988 Oct 24. 14 pages 3721 Networking and Communications Research: Program Announcement. NSF CISE Division of Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure. 1989. 4 pages 3722 NREN: The National Research and Education Network. Coalition for the National Research and Education Network. 1989. 16 pages 3723 PSC on projects in scientific computing, academic consulting and training, high school initiative, PSC News, academic affiliates program, biomedical research program, coursework grants, training, documentation and help, software. 1989-1991. 78 pages 3724 Academic Computing: Covering Computer Use in Higher Education. Academic Computing Publications Inc. 1989 Jan. 66 pages (whole issue) 3725 Supercomputing Information, 1989 Feb 8-Sep 9 (1) U.S. Supercomputer Strategy Unveiled by State & Land-Grant Universities; Five-Point Plan Eyes U.S. Trade Competitiveness, Science Leadership for the 1990's. Contact: S. Fratkin, 1989 Feb 8, 6 pages (2) C Bender (CASC) establishing CASC. 1989 March. One page (3) America's Answer to Japan's MITI: A Pentagon agency has taken the lead in Washington's efforts to aid high-tech industries. A Pollack. NYT. 1989 Mar 5. 5 pages (4) Supercomputers Snapped Up By State Campuses. R Buderi. The Scientist. 1989 Mar 6. 5 pages (5) C Bender (CASC) to B Wulf (NSF) about the formation of CASC. 1989 Mar 10. 2 pages (6) A Global Supercomputer Race for High Stakes. Science. 1989 Feb 24. 3 pages (7) State Funded Computer Centers. [March 1989 (?)] (8) Broad Support Seen for Incentives on New TV Technology. PT Kilborn. NYT. 1989 May 5. One page (9) Sen. P Simon to colleagues forwarding NASULGC policy report "Supercomputing for the 1990's: A Shared Responsibility". 1989 May 8. 6 pages (10) S.1001 "To establish policies and procedures necessary to develop, as a domestically based industry in the United States, a high definition television enterprise . . . .". Introduced by Sen. Al Gore Jr. on 1989 May 16. 4 pages (11) FAR Council Releases Rules Covering Toshiba Purchases. RA Danca. Federal Computer Week. 1989 May 29. One page (12) DEC, Thinking Machines Sign Supercomputer Research Pact. J Cox. Digital News. 1989 May 29. One page (13) Library Officials Blast Information Access Plans. K Taylor. Federal Computer Week. 1989 May 29. One page (14) Toshiba to Develop Computers Based on Sun Technology. A Pollack. NYT. 1989 May 30. One page (15) Japan Ahead in Six Key Areas, DoD Says. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jun 8. One page (16) DARPA Awards HDTV Grants. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jun 22. One page (17) New Plan Bolsters Supercomputing. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jun 22. (18) Supercomputing Bill Gets Mixed Reviews. GH Anthes. Federal Computer Week. 1989 Jun 26. 2 pages (19) Keeping Information Public. Federal Computer Week editorial. 1989 Jun 26. One page (20) Proposed supercomputing network solicits new lightwave technology. S Salamone. Lightwave. 1989 Feb. One page (21) Summary of SR 1067 [S.1067] National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1989, introduced 1989 May 18 by Sen. A Gore. DS Gale. 1989 Jul. One page (22) Supercomputer Sites. [1989 Jul (?)]. 2 pages (23) U.S. SuperCPU Efforts On Wrong Path: IEEE Unit. IEEE Briefs. 1989 Jul 3. One page (24) Industry Eyes Supercomputer Network. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jul 13. 2 pages (25) Adapso Urges Congress to Act on [Computer] Viruses. S Kellam. Washington Technology. 1989 Jul 13. One page (26) High-Speed Computer Introduced: Evans & Sutherland Challenges Cray and New Japanese Rivals. A Pollack. NYT. [no date]. One page (27) supercomputer sites. 1989 Jul 14. 12 pages (28) HDTV: Boon or boondoggle? JA Savage. Computerworld. 1989 Jul 17. Two pages (29) U.S. Supercomputer Challenges - Coordinating Efforts to Keep the Lead at Home. S Fernbach and AK McAdams. IEEE United States Activities Supplement to The Institute. 1989 Aug. One page (30) U.S. Debates Selling Supercomputers to 3 Nations. J Markoff with S Engelberg. NYT. 1989 Aug 20. One page (31) Bush to Propose $2 Billion, High-Tech Initiative. E Richards. W. Post. 1989 Sep 7. 2 pages (32) Bush Plan Would Aid Computing. J Markoff. NYT. 1989 Sep 8. 2 pages (33) Speedy Cray May Slow Its Pace. J Markoff. NYT. 1989 Sep 9. 3 pages 3726 CASC 1989 (1) The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. 1989 Mar. Working draft. 12 pages (2) Policy Insights: From an Economic Analysis of Proposals for A National Research and Education Network. AK McAdams and T Vietorisz. [no date]. 4 pages (3) Goals and Plan for NSF Supercomputer Centers FY 91-95. 1989 Mar 23. 31 pages 3727 The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. 1989 Apr. 12 pages 3728 Intellectual Property in the Information Age: Issues Beyond the Copyright Law. SW Gilbert and P Lyman. In: Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. 1989 May-Jun. 56 pages (whole issue) 3729 NSF Network News. NSF Network Service Center. 1989 Jul. 8 pages 3730 Special Report: Super Graphics. In: Supercomputing Review. 1989 Aug. 82 pages (whole issue) 3731 High Performance Computing & Networking for Science: Background Paper. OTA. 1989 Sep. 45 pages 3732 Modeling Climate Changes. In: Supercomputing Review. 1989 Sep. 74 pages (whole issue) 3733 Science and Technology in the Academic Enterprise: Status, Trends, and Issues -- A Discussion Paper. The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable. NAS/NAE/IOM. NAP. 1989 Oct. 114 pages 3734 Summary of Awards FY 1990. NSF CISE Division of Microelectronic Information Processing Systems. 80 pages 3735 High Speed Data Networks Becoming Critical to Most Scientific Research. OTA Press Advisory. 1989 Oct 3. 2 pages 3737 Vannevar Bush: Science -- The Endless Frontier -- A Report to the President on a Program for Postwar Scientific Research -- NSF 40th Anniversary 1950-1990. NSF. 1990. 225 pages 3738 Connections to NSFNET: Program Announcement. NSF CISE Division of Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure. NSF. 1990. 4 pages 3739 Computers in Higher Education: The 1990's -- Current Usage, Responsibilities, and Purchasing Trends -- A Market Study by Globe Research Corporation. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1990. 92 pages 3740 The State of U.S. Science and Engineering: A View from the National Science Board. NSF. 1990 Feb. 6 pages 3741 New Thinking and American Defense Technology. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1990 Aug. 32 pages 1991
    About 20 items.

    Topics include activities at supercomputer centers (scientific computing, computational science, visualization), "Safe Computing", "Intellectual Property Issues in Software", NREN, "High-Performance Computing for Science", DOE HPCC program, Japan, telecommunications policy, Europe, K-12 math and science education, cyberspace.

    Publishers include Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government; Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning; CSTB/NRC; GAO; HPCC agencies; OTA; Supercomputing Review.

    381 Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1991. 40 pages 382 SDSC, 1991 (1) Gather/Scatter. 1991 Jan-Feb and Mar-Apr (2) Computational Science Advances at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. 1991 (3) SDSC Visualization Partners Program 383 Computers at Risk: Safe Computing in the Information Age. CSTB/NRC. 1991. 317 pages 384 Intellectual Property Issues in Software. CSTB/NRC. 1991. 125 pages 385 superquest: the North Carolina Connection -- Supercomputing. North Carolina Supercomputing Center. 1991. 51 pages 386 II. The Federal Perspective. Susan Fratkin. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. 1991 Jan-Feb. 6 pages 387 Interview: An Internet User -- Dan Masys [NLM]. In: NSF Network News. 1991 Feb. 10 pages (whole issue) 388 Science, Technology, and Congress: Expert Advice and the Decision-Making Process. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Feb. 44 pages 389 White papers submitted for OTA workshop on "The Privatized NREN: Marketplace and Public Policy Issues". 1991 Feb 14 (workshop date) 3811 Seeking Solutions: High-Performance Computing for Science -- Background Paper. OTA. 1991 Apr. 44 pages 3812 Supercomputing workstations, et al. In: Supercomputing Review. 1991 Apr. 72 pages (whole issue) 3813 The DOE Program Component of the Federal HPCC Program. DOE/OER. 1991 Jun. 46 pages 3815 Selling Supercomputers in Japan, et al. In: Supercomputing Review. 1991 Jul. 80 pages (whole issue) 3816 Forum Report: Towards Consensus on American Telecommunications Policy -- A Report on The Sixth Annual Aspen Conference on Telecommunications Policy -- advanced copy. RM Entman (Northwestern U.). 1991 Aug 4-8 (forum dates). 22 pages 3817 High-Performance Computing: High-Speed Computer Networks in the United States, Europe, and Japan. GAO. 1991 Sep. 46 pages 3818 In the National Interest: The Federal Government in the Reform of K-12 Math and Science Education. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Sep. 76 pages 3819 Technology and Economic Performance: Organizing the Executive Branch for a Stronger National Technology Base. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Sep. 58 pages 3820 Special Issue: Communications, Computers and Networks -- How to Work, Play and Thrive in Cyberspace. Scientific American. 1991 Sep. 138 pages (whole issue) 3821 Science, Technology, and Congress: Analysis and Advice from the Congressional Support Agencies. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Oct. 70 pages 1992
    About 20 items.

    Topics include supercomputer centers, living in the 21st century, NREN including its security policy, technology and America's public schools, U.S. policy (economic and technological, science and technology, telecommunications, competitive strength), National Technology Initiative, Japan, NSF and its vBNS, youth policy and telecommunications, SC'92.

    Publishers include Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government; EDUCOM; FCCSET; HPCC agencies; print media.

    3822 National Information Directory of Supercomputer Centers. 1992? 18 pages 3823 A National Information Network: Changing Our Lives in the 21st Century. Institute for Information Studies. 1992. 216 pages 3824 By the Year 2000 First in the World: FY 1993 Budget Summary. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1992 Jan. 65 pages 3825 Foundations of a Security Policy for Use of the National Research and Education Network. AE Oldehoeft (Iowa State U.). NIST IR 4734. 1992 Feb. 55 pages 3826 Technology, computing, public schools, learning, 1992 Feb - 1994 Feb 28 (1) "America's Shame: The creation of the technological underclass in America's public schools -- how we abandoned our children's future", et al. Macworld. 1992 Sep. Photocopy (2) "Communications Revolution" et al. Nation's Business. 1993 May. Photocopy (3) The Children's Machine: Computers can restore childlike wonder to learning -- challenging the nature of school itself. Seymour Papert. Technology Review. 1993 Jul. Photocopy (4) "The Learning Revolution", et al. In: BusinessWeek. 1994 Feb 28 3828 Background info on HPCC 1990s, 1992 Apr 30-1994 Apr 7 (1) NSF Opportunities in HPCC, a component of the U.S. High HPCC Program -- FY 1992 -- Grand Challenge Applications Groups. Deadline 1992 Apr 30. 7 pages (2) America's Economic-Technological Agenda for the 1990s. JT Schwartz (NYU, formerly DARPA). Daedalus. Winter 1992. 14 pages (3) Government, Industry to Kick Off [National] Technology Initiative Feb. 12. DOC, DOE, NASA, DOT. 1992 Jan 24. 16 pages (4) Bush Administration Support for Science and Technology Fact Sheet. EOP/OSTP. 1992 Jan 29. 5 pages (5) Research and Development in the President's FY 1993 Budget -- statement of D Allan Bromley, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology. EOP/OSTP. 1992 Jan 29. 17 pages (6) The High Performance Computing Act of 1991: What does it mean to EDUCOM/NTTF? B Gillespie and M Roberts. 1992 Jan 30. 7 pages (7) Differences between S.4 Title VI and HR.1757. 1994 Apr 7. 5 pages 3829 Japanese Bid to Challenge Cray Research: Supercomputer Firms Want U.S. Presence. J Burgess. W. Post. 1992 May 6. 2 pages 3830 High-Speed Computer Networking For Research and Education. IBM and MCI. 1992 Jun. 26 pages 3831 1992 Directory of Computing Facilities in Higher Education. CH Warlick, editor. U. Texas at Austin Computation Center in cooperation with Seminars for Academic Computing. 1992 Jun 1 3832 1992 Salary Survey of Directors of Computing Facilities in Higher Education. CH Warlick. U. Texas at Austin Computation Center in cooperation with Seminars for Academic Computing. 1992 Jun 1 (?). 32 pages 3833 Japan, 1992 Jun 16-18 (1) iNET'92 (Kobe Japan). 1992 Jun 16-18 (meeting dates) (2) NYT interview with Steve Chen (Supercomputing Systems). 1992 Jun 3 3835 Network Information Policy Strategy Meeting, 1992 Jul 28-29 (1) NSF Implementation Plan for Interagency Interim NREN. R Aiken (NSF), H-W Braun (SDSC), P Ford (LANL), K Claffy (SDSC, editor). 1992 May 1. 31 pages (2) NSF NAP and vBNS solicitations RFC. Federal Register. 1992 Jun 15. 5 pages (3) draft Summary Report of FARNET Workshop on IIREN Evolution. FARNET. 1992. 3 pages (4) S.2937 Information Infrastructure Technology Act of 1992 info. EDUCOM/NTTF. 1992 Jul 28-29 3836 The Competitive Strength of U.S. Industrial Science and Technology: Strategic Issues. NSB Committee on Industrial Support for R&D. 1992 Aug. 107 pages 3838 Science, Technology, and the States in America's Third Century. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Sep. 73 pages 3839 Japanese Information in Computers, Electronics, & Semiconductors. Preliminary Proceedings. Japan Information Access Project. 1992 Sep 17 (workshop date) 3840 National Technology Initiative Summary Proceedings. USDA, DOC, DOE, NASA, DOT. 1992 Oct. 63 pages 3841 Future Choices: Toward a National Youth Policy. Youth Policy Institute. 1992 Fall. 80 pages. Includes Special Section on Telecommunications 3842 SC '92 materials. 1992 Nov 16-20 (conference dates). (This was the first year that the NCO/HPCC had a booth at SC, the booth donated by NASA) 3843 A Foundation for the 21st Century: A Progressive Framework for the NSF. NSB Commission on the Future of the NSF. 1992 Nov 20. 14 pages. Prepublication copy 3844 Environmental Research and Development: Strengthening the Federal Infrastructure. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Dec. 143 pages 1993
    About 10 items.

    Topics include "Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science", "Nongovernmental Organizations and Scientific and Technical Advice", "U.S. Information Industry", NSF Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel on HPC and Branscomb report, "Science, Technology, and Government", "Information: An Interconnected World", mass storage, NII and each of: telecommunications, virtual reality, Grand Challenges, National Challenges.

    Publishers include Academic Medicine; Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government; IEEE; NASA/GSFC.

    3845 Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science. WJ Kaufmann III (San Diego State U.) and LL Smarr (NCSA and U. Illinois). Scientific American Library. 1993. 249 pages 3846 Facing Toward Governments: Nongovernmental Organizations and Scientific and Technical Advice. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1993 Jan. 113 pages 3848 The U.S. Information Industry -- Creating the 21st Century. FG Splitt (Northern Telecom). Sponsored by National Engineering Consortium. 1993 Mar. 14 pages 3849 NSF Meeting of the Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel on High Performance Computing. 1993 Mar 11-12. Includes presentations by NERSC/LLNL, NASA/ARC, Thinking Machines Corp., Convex, Silicon Graphics Inc., Intel Supercomputers 3851 Science, Technology, and Government for a Changing World. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1993 Apr. 94 pages 3852 Perspectives on Telecommunications in the National Information Infrastructure. IEEE-USA. 1993 May 4-5. 56 pages 3853 Combustion Environment and High Performance Computing: An Opportunity to Solve a Global Problem -- a white paper. IEEE Computer Society. 1993 Jul. 33 pages 3855 National Policy Perspectives -- Information: An Interconnected World. DAB Lindberg. Academic Medicine. 1993 Aug. 2 pages 3856 NCCS Science Highlights -- Supercomputing & Mass Storage Applications Supporting NASA Research for Earth & Space Sciences -- FY93. NASA/GSFC Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS). 101 pages 3857 Leading the Learning Curve: The First 300 Days of The Clinton Technology Policy. R Gaster and R Bradshaw. North Atlantic Research. 1993 Nov. 96 pages 3858 NII and Virtual Environments: demo of prototype solutions to National Challenge and Grand Challenge problems using HPCC enabling technologies and VR -- proposal to NSF et al. TA DeFanti (U. Illinois at Chicago). 1993 Nov 15 1994
    About 15 individual items.

    Topics include the Internet, clustered workstations, information superhighway / data highway / NII, HPCC, SC'94 (brain surgery, simulation, SCinet).

    Publishers include ARPA, CASC, print media.

    391 CASC brochure. 1994. 6 pages 392 51 Reasons: How we use the Internet and what it says about the information superhighway. M Stone-Martin and L Breeden (both FARNET), editors. FARNET. 1994. 124 pages 393 Clustered Workstations: The Dominant Parallel Architecture? J Mohr (Information Technology Solutions). RCI. 1994 Feb. 12 pages 394 Building Consensus / Building Models: A Networking Strategy for Change. FARNET. 1994 Mar. 98 pages 395 Building the Data Highway. A Reinhardt. Byte. 1994 Mar. 17 pages. Photocopy 396 The Netplex -- It's a New Silicon Valley. TA Stewart. Fortune. 1994 Mar 7. 5 pages. Photocopy 397 The Internet and Your Business. R Tetzeli. Fortune. 1994 Mar 7. 6 pages. Photocopy 398 ARPA High Performance Computing and Communications Symposium. 1994 Mar 15-18. 13 pages 399 Special Report: Wonder Chips -- How They'll Make Computing Power Ultrafast and Ultracheap. Business Week. 1994 Jul 4. 7 pages. Photocopy 3910 The Strange New World of the Internet: Battles on the frontiers of cyberspace. P Elmer-Dewitt. Time. 1994 Jul 25. 9 pages 3911 The National Information Infrastructure -- Overcoming the Obstacles: Financial, Regulatory, and Technical. ITAA. 1994 Sep. 36 pages 3912 National Information Infrastructure: Progress Report September 1993-1994. Secretary of Commerce RH Brown, Chair, IITF. 1994 Sep 13. 91 pages 3913 SC 1994 materials, 1994 Nov 14-18 (1) Delicate Operation: Massively Parallel Computing Could Help Guide Brain Surgery, et al. Sandia National Labs News Releases. 1994 Nov 17. 5 pages (2) Biology and Medicine/Health Care -- exhibitors (3) Simulation for the Real World: Improving the odds for cancer patients. Cray Research, Inc. 2 pages (4) SCinet '94. 4 pages (5) Supercomputing '94 News Release: SCinet -- Super Onramp to the Information Superhighway. 1994 Nov 14. 2 pages 1995
    About 50 items.

    Topics include Federal funding for science and technology, telecommunications/II, computing research, applications requiring HPCC, "From Desktop to Teraflop" (Branscomb report), U.S. computer industry, NII, cable TV in the NII, higher education and cyberspace, connecting classrooms and libraries and health care organizations, NSF supercomputer centers, the Federal role in supporting R&D to promote economic growth, "Virtual Environments and Distributed Computing at SC'95", Japan.

    Publishers include ACM/IEEE, CASC, CRA, CSPP, IEEE, LANL, NAP, NCO/HPCC, NIIAC, NSF.

    3914 Allocating Federal Funds for Science and Technology. NAS/NAE/IOM/NRC Committee on Criteria for Federal Support of R&D. NAP. 1995. 103 pages 3915 The Changing Nature of Telecommunications/Information Infrastructure. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1995. 239 pages 3916 CRA publications, 1995; undated (1) Computing Research: Driving Information Technology and the Information Industry Forward. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 2 pages (2) Database Systems: A Textbook Case of Research Paying Off. (c) JN Gray (Microsoft) and CRA. 4 pages (3) Computer Graphics: Ideas and People from America's Universities Fuel a Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry. (c) ER McCracken (SGI) and CRA. 4 pages (4) Reduced Instruction Set Computers (RISC): Academic/Industrial Interplay Drives Computer Performance Forward. (c) WN Joy (Sun) and CRA. 4 pages (5) Computer Networking: Global Infrastructure for the 21st Century. (c) VG Cerf (MCI) and CRA. 6 pages (6) Information technology is central to our society -- economically and socially. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. One page (7) America's leadership in information technology is the result of an extraordinarily complex and fruitful long-term partnership among government, industry, and academia. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 2 pages (8) Government component of this partnership -- ARPA- and NSF-sponsored research -- cannot be pigeon-holed as "basic" or "applied" -- it is best characterized as "fundamental research in support of strategic directions." (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 4 pages (9) Enormous possibilities still lie ahead -- in fact, the real information revolution is yet to come. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. One page (10) Continued federal investment is critical to realizing this promise -- to continuing our nation's momentum and to retaining our lead. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 2 pages (11) Related material (12) A Moment of Truth for America. Signed by 16 CEOs or Chairmen or Presidents of U.S. corporations. 1995 May. One page (13) CSPP to Sen. Robert Dole. 5/24/1995. Two pages (14) Also: High Performance Computing in Industry. JD Ingram. [no date.] 4 pages 3917 CASC white papers, 1995-1996 (1) New Faces of Networking. 2 pages (2) High Performance Computing Builds Competitive Edge for U.S. Auto Industry, Improving Safety and Efficiency. 2 pages (3) High Performance Computing Improves Medicine and Health Care. 3 pages (4) The Impact of High Performance Computing on Aerospace and Defense. 2 pages (5) High Performance Computing Restores and Protects Water Quality. 2 pages (6) Creating Digital Libraries for the 21st Century. 2 pages (7) High Performance Computing Provides Understanding of Catastrophic Weather Conditions and Global Climate Change. 2 pages (8) High Performance Computing -- A Commitment to K-12 Education. 2 pages (9) Basic Combustion Research Has Implications for Energy, Economy and Environment -- High Performance Computing is Key Tool. 2 pages (10) High Performance Computing Helps Unravel Cosmological Mysteries. 2 pages (11) Basic Research in Electrochemistry Could Eliminate Costly Rust and Corrosion Problems -- Supercomputing Holds the Key. 2 pages (12) Pilot Supercomputing Project is Revolutionizing How Maps are Made -- Expanding Their Importance as a Tool for Multi-disciplinary Research. 2 pages (13) Hearing is Believing: Harnessing the Power of Sound for Advancing Scientific Research. 2 pages (14) An Eye to the Future: How High Performance Computing is Leading Basic Brain Research Toward Artificial Vision Systems. 2 pages (15) High Performance Computing Improves Automotive Products, Builds Competitive Edge for U.S. Auto Industry. 2 pages (16) Higher Education Holds the Key to High Performance Computing. 2 pages (17) Improving Health Care Delivery Through High Performance Computing. 2 pages (18) Safer Roads and Highways Through High Performance Computing. 2 pages (19) The Impact of High Performance Computing on Biology, Medicine and Biomedical Research. 2 pages (20) America Leads the Way in Networking Technology. 2 pages (21) The Impact of High Performance Computing on U.S. Oil Independence. 2 pages 3918 NSF - Branscomb Report - Background, 1995 Jan (1) Briefing on the Branscomb Report -- From Desktop to Teraflop: Exploiting the U.S. Lead in HPC. MK Vernon (NSF Task Force on the Future of the NSF Supercomputer Centers). 1995 Jan. 8 pages (2) Beyond 'Big Iron' in Supercomputing. Science. 1998 Mar 27. 3 pages 3919 Freedom to Grow: Public Policy and the U.S. Computer Industry -- Leadership into the 21st Century. CSPP. 1995 Jan. 10 pages 3920 Vision becomes Reality: NIIT's National Telemedicine Network. Journal of the National Information Infrastructure Testbed. 1995 Jan. 69 pages 3921 The Cable Connection: The Role of Cable Television in the National Information Infrastructure -- White Paper. CableLabs. 1995 Jan. 18 pages 3922 Will Higher Education Thrive or Whither in Cyberspace? TJ DeLoughry. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1995 Jan 27. One page 3923 Supercomputing '94: Federal HPCC Program Panel. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Feb. 33 pages 3924 Supercomputer Usage Worldwide: Scientific and Commercial Benefit is Certain but Government is Still the Predominant Sponsor. HJ Wasserman, ML Simmons, AH Hayes. LANL. 1995 Feb. 135 pages 3925 Common Ground: Fundamental Principles for the National Information Infrastructure - First Report of the NIIAC. 1995 Mar. 36 pages 3926 Technical Resources Catalog. NCSA/UIUC. 1995 Spring. 24 pages 3927 HPCC Program, privacy, encryption, publishing, etc., 1995 May-1996 Feb 5 (1) HPCC FY 1995 Estimated and FY 1996 Requested Budgets by Program Components. HPCC FACTS. NCO/HPCC. 1995 May. 2 pages (2) HPCC Participating Agencies and Contacts. HPCC FACTS. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Dec. 8 pages (3) AOL Search Raises Issues of Privacy. W. Post. 1996 Jan 26 (4) Pressure Builds to Break Encryption Policy Standoff. New Technology Week. 1996 Jan 22 (5) Publish Your Own Web Pages, But Have Mercy on Us Browsers. WS Mossberg. WSJ. 1996 Jan 18 (6) IBM Compromises on Encryption Keys, U.S. Allows Export of More-Secure Notes. TE Weber. WSJ. 1996 Jan 18 (7) Web Trap: Internet's Popularity Threatens to Swamp The On-Line Services. J Sandberg and B Ziegler. WSJ. 1996 Jan 18 3928 NII 2000 -- Technology Deployment for a National Information Infrastructure. CSTB. 1995 May 23-24 (meeting dates) 3929 Connecting the Nation: Classrooms, Libraries, and Health Care Organizations in the Information Age -- Update 1995. NTIA. 1995 Jun. 41 pages 3930 Higher Education and the NII: From Vision to Reality -- Monterey Conference Proceedings. Sponsored by ALA, ARL, CAUSE, CASC, CNI, CRA, Corporation for Research and Education Networking, Educom, FARNET, IEEE/USA. 1995 Sep. 195 pages 3931 Report of the Task Force on the Future of the NSF Supercomputer Centers Program. NSF. 1995 Sep 15. 115 pages 3932 Supporting Research and Development to Promote Economic Growth: The Federal Government's Role. The Council of Economic Advisers. 1995 Oct. 18 pages 3934 Virtual Environments and Distributed Computing at SC'95: GII Testbed and HPC Challenge Applications on the I-WAY. ACM/IEEE Supercomputing '95. 1995 Nov. 80 pages 3935 Focus Meeting: High Performance Computing in Japan. IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Supercomputing Applications. 1995 Dec 4 1996-2000
    About 45 items.

    Topics include wireless, information superhighway, cost of research, Internet (including as a government/university/industry partnership), NERSC and ESNET, R&D resources, digital government, NCSA, grid computing, HPC, NGI and "'Have-Not' Universities", the Supercomputing conference, science and technology for "America's Economic Future", networking for higher education, "Big Iron", science and engineering, workforce, nano, biocomplexity, NSF at 50, meeting society's needs, "Networking Health", terascale computing systems, "Digital Divide for Smaller Institutions of Higher Education".

    Publishers include CACM, CASC, Chronicle of Higher Education, EDUCAUSE, Internet2, ISI, MIT, NAP, NCSA/UIUC, NSF, NSTC, U.S. Advisory Council on the NII, print media.

    3936 The Emerging World of Wireless Communications. Institute for Information Studies. 1996. 195 pages 3937 A Nation of Opportunity: Realizing the Promise of the Information Superhighway. U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information Infrastructure. 1996 Jan. 107 pages 3938 KickStart Initiative: Connecting America's Communities To The Information Superhighway. U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information Infrastructure. 1996 Jan. 176 pages 3939 The Cost of Research: Examining Patterns of Expenditures Across Research Sectors. Arthur Andersen LLP for The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable. 1996 Mar. 25 pages 3941 iNet96 -- The Internet: Transforming Our Society Now -- Final Program. 1996 Jun 25-28 (meeting dates). 84 pages 3942 (1) NERSC: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center and (2) ESNET: The Energy Sciences Network. 1996 Oct [videocassette] 3943 National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1996. NSF/SBES. 1996 Nov. 160 pages 3944 The Internet as Paradigm. Institute for Information Studies. 1997. 165 pages 3946 Why Bush's "Science: The Endless Frontier" has been a hindrance to the development of an effective civilian technology policy. RR Nelson (Columbia U.). 1997 Mar 2. 19 pages 3947 Toward the Digital Government of the 21st Century: A Report from the Workshop on Research and Development Opportunities in Federal Information Services. H Schorr (USC/ISI) and SJ Stolfo (Columbia U.). 1997 May (workshop dates). 40 pages 3948 Internet2 Member Progress Report. Internet2. 1997 Oct. 116 pages 3949 National Computational Science Alliance: It takes an Alliance to build a Grid. NCSA/UIUC. 1997 Oct 1. 94 pages 3950 Blueprint for the Future of High-Performance Computing, et al. CACM. 1997 Nov. 160 pages (whole issue) 3952 The Internet: A Successful Government-University-Industry Partnership. MIT. 1998 Apr. 19 pages 3953 The Journal of Information Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1. 1998 Jun. 30 pages 3954 INET'98: The Internet Summit -- Final Program Guide. 1998 Jul 21-24 (meeting dates). 84 pages 3955 Will the Next Generation Internet Create a New Class of 'Have-Not' Universities? Conferees from rural institutions say they need federal aid to avoid falling behind. V Kiernan. Chronicle of Higher Education. 1998 Aug 23. 2 pages 3956 CASC: Serving Society through SuperComputers -- Introduction to the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation. DM Davis (CASC Chair '98-'99). 1988 Sep. 10 pages 3957access: From Supercomputers to the Grid. NCSA/UIUC. 1998 Fall/Winter. 66 pages 3958 SC 98: History of the Conference. 1998 Oct 30. 3 pages 3959 National Forum on Science and Technology Goals -- Harnessing Science and Technology for America's Economic Future: National and Regional Priorities. NRC. NAP. 1999. 173 pages 3960 Advanced Networking for All of Higher Education: Recommendations and Report from the "Institutional Opportunities for Advanced Networking" Net@EDU Conference. EDUCAUSE. 1999 Jan (conference dates). 40 pages 3961 The Information Technology Research Initiative -- Fact Sheet. 1999 Feb (?). 2 pages 3962 Big Iron: Supercomputers are back and changing business, science, and soon even you, et al. Forbes ASAP. 1999 Feb 22. 96 pages (whole issue) 3965 CASC and PCAST, 1999 Sep 30?-Dec 3 (1) CASC position papers [1999 Sep (?)] (a) Information Technology for the 21st Century -- IT**2. 3 pages (b) Unmet Opportunities in Science and Engineering. 4 pages (c) Twenty-First Century Workforce Initiative. 3 pages (d) Nanoscale Science and Engineering. 3 pages (e) Biocomplexity in the Environment (BE). 3 pages (2) P Raven (Chair, PCAST Environment Panel) and J Holdren (Chair, PCAST Energy Panel) to Neal Lane (OSTP) re National Science Board interim report "Environmental Science and Engineering for the 21st Century". 1999 Dec 3. 3 pages 3968 America's Investment in the Future -- NSF Celebrating 50 Years. NSF. 2000. 177 pages 3969 NSF Celebrating 50 Years -- Resource Guide 2000. NSF. 2000. 116 pages 3970 Center for High Performance Computing: the University of Utah. 2000 (?). 12 pages 3971 Making IT Better: Expanding Information Technology Research to Meet Society's Needs. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000. 267 pages 3972 Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet -- prepublication copy. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000 3973 Ensuring a Strong U.S. Scientific, Technical, and Engineering Workforce in the 21st Century. NSTC. 2000 Apr. 49 pages 3974 Terascale Computing System: Program Solicitation NSF 00-29. NSF/CISE. 2000 Apr 3 (deadline). 18 pages 3975 Past Is Prologue: An Interview with Mike Roberts. In: EDUCAUSE review. 2000 Jul-Aug. 64 pages (whole issue) 3976 Envision quarterly science magazine. NPACI & SDSC. 2000 Jul-Sep. 28 pages 3978 Research and Development in Industry: 1998 -- Funds, 1998 -- Scientists and Engineers, January 1999 -- Detailed Statistical Tables. RM Wolfe, Project Officer and Principal Author. NSF/SBES. 2000 Oct. 212 pages 3979 Building a Workforce for the Information Economy. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000 Oct 24. 314 pages. Advance copy 3980 Avoiding the Digital Divide for Smaller Institutions of Higher Education: Recommendations to the President's Information Technology Advisory Committee. EDUCAUSE. 2000 Nov. 8 pages 3981 The Soul of the Ultimate Machine and "3 Research Centers for California". J Markoff. NYT. 2000 Dec 8-10. 4 pages 2001-2005
    About 40 individual items.

    Topics include "Embedded Computers", "Disruptive Technologies", "Bush Budget", "Science and Engineering Degrees", Internet, broadband, "Next Generation Science", E-Government, research universities, collaboration, supercomputing, cyberinfrastructure, revitalizing high-end computing, Grand Challenges, bioinformatics, Japan, competitiveness, applications requiring HEC, supercomputing centers, national security.

    Publishers include CASC, Council on Competitiveness, CRA, EOP, NAP, NCO/ITRD, NPACI, NSF, NSTC, WTEC, print media.

    401 Embedded, Everywhere: A Research Agenda for Networked Systems of Embedded Computers. CSTB/NRC. 2001. 234 pages 402 Peer-to-Peer: Harnessing the Power of Disruptive Technologies. A Oram, editor. O'Reilly. 2001 Mar. 447 pages 403 Bush Budget Trims Science Research To Give Tax Cuts. Roll Call. 2001 Apr 2. One page 404 Science and Engineering Degrees, by Race/Ethnicity of Recipients: 1990-1998 -- Detailed Statistical Tables. ST Hill. NSF/SBES. 2001 Jun. 97 pages 405 CASC Members Meet New Challenges. After 2001 Sep 11. 8 pages 406 Forbes ASAP. 2001 Fall. 28 pages, 2001 Fall (1) Internet II -- Rebooting the Revolution. M Malone (2) Why is Broadband So Narrow? SP Pizzo (3) Anatomy of a System. K Crosby (4) Note to Feds: Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way. CM Cannon (5) The Tragedy of the Commons. D McFadden 407 Partnership Report 2002: Energizing Next-Generation Science. NPACI. 2002. 40 pages 408 Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government. CSTB/NR. 2002 409 Preparing for the Revolution: Information Technology and the Future of the Research University. NRC. NAP. 2002. 90 pages 4010 CASC, 2002 Oct 1 (1) Advancing High Performance Computation and Communication through Collaboration. CASC. 2002 Oct 1 (?). 13 pages (2) Two brochures: Advancing High Performance Computation, Communication, and Collaboration in the Twenty-First Century. CASC. 2002 Oct 1 (?). 9 pages and 13 pages (3) CASC membership. 2 pages 4011 The Future of Supercomputing: An Interim Report. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2003. 58 pages 4012 Revolutionizing Science and Engineering through Cyberinfrastructure: Report of the NSF Blue-Ribbon Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure. NSF. 2003 Feb 3. 123 pages 4013 Workshop on The Roadmap for the Revitalization of High-End Computing. DA Reed, editor. CRA. 2003 Jun 16-18 (workshop dates). 106 pages 4014 New Technology Week. 2003 Jun 16, Jun 30, Jul 21, Sep 2, Oct 14. 52 pages. Often opened to "The High-End Crusader" 4015 Supporting Science and Security. NR Augustine. W. Post editorial. 2003 Aug 8. One page 4016 Grand Challenges: Science, Engineering, and Societal Advances Requiring Networking and Information Technology Research and Development. IWG/ITRD. NCO/ITRD. 2003 Nov. 56 pages 4017 Bush Administration Science & Technology Accomplishments: Promoting Innovation for a Stronger, Safer America. EOP. 2004 Apr. 8 pages 4019 Science for the 21st Century. NSTC Committee on Science. EOP/NSTC. 2004 Jul. 44 pages 4020 First Annual High Performance Computing Users Conference: Supercharging U.S. Innovation & Competitiveness. Sponsored by DARPA, DOE/NNSA, DOE Office of Science. Council on Competitiveness. 2004 Jul 13 (conference date) 4022 In: Bioinformatics: Transforming Biomedical Research and Medical Care. CACM. 2004 Nov. 144 pages, 2004 Nov (1) Computational Biology and High-Performance Computing. DA Bader (2) PetaFLOPS Computing. T Ebisuzaki, R Germain, M Taiji. 4023 WTEC Panel Report on High-End Computing Research and Development in Japan. AW Trivelpiece (chair), R Biswas, J Dongarra, P Paul, K Yelick. WTEC. 2004 Dec. 183 pages 4024 Council on Competitiveness papers, 2005 (1) High Performance Computing: Accelerating Innovation for Global Competitiveness. 2 pages (2) High Performance Computing and Competitiveness -- Grand Challenge Case Studies (a) Auto Crash Safety: It's Not Just for Dummies. 4 pages (b) Customized Catalysts to Improve Crude Oil Yields: Getting More Bang from Each Barrel. 4 pages (c) Full Vehicle Design Optimization for Global Market Dominance. 4 pages (d) Keeping the Lifeblood Flowing: Boosting Oil and Gas Recovery from the Earth. 4 pages (e) Spin Fiber Faster to Gain a Competitive Edge for U.S. Textile Manufacturing. 4 pages 4025 Supercomputer centers, cyberinfrastructure, 2005 Mar 14 (1) Seismic Shift: The nation's supercomputing centers have for years incubated innovation. Now their research agenda is being upended. A Ricadela. InformationWeek. 2005 Mar 14. 3 pages (2) Peter Freeman of the NSF is driving the shift from providing supercomputing cycles to developing software and services as part of a national cyberinfrastructure. A Ricadela. InformationWeek. 2005 Mar 14. 2 pages 4028 Second Annual High Performance Computing Users Conference Report: Accelerating Innovation for Prosperity. Council on Competitiveness. Sponsored by DARPA, DOE/NNSA, DOE Office of Science, NSF. 2005 Jul 13. 44 pages 4029 Increasing Competitiveness and Safeguarding Our Nation Through High Performance Computation. CASC. 2005 Nov. 12 pages 2006-2015
    About 30 items.

    Topics include HPC assets and competitiveness, industry and NSF supercomputing resources, "Rising Above the Gathering Storm", "Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing" and competitiveness, cyberinfrastructure, "Impact of High-End Capability Computing", digital data, high-confidence medical devices, exascale, big data.

    Publishers include Aspen Institute, CASC, Council on Competitiveness, DOE, NAP, NAS/NAE/IOM, NCO/NITRD, NCSA/UIUC, NSF.

    4030 Harnessing U.S. High Performance Computing Assets: Innovation for American Competitiveness. CASC. 2006. 12 pages 4031 Partnering for Prosperity: Harnessing Our HPC Assets for Competitive Strength -- Industrial Partnerships through the NSF's Supercomputing Resources. Council on Competitiveness. 2006. 26 pages 4032access. NCSA/UIUC. 2006 Summer. 29 pages 4033 Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing America for a Brighter Economic Future -- Executive Summary. NAS/NAE/IOM. 2007. 15 pages 4034 Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness. CASC. 2007. 13 pages 4035 The Rise of Collective Intelligence: Decentralized Co-Creation of Value as a New Paradigm of Commerce and Culture. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2007. 71 pages 4036 Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery. NSF Cyberinfrastructure Council. 2007 Mar. 61 pages 4037access. NCSA/UIUC. 2007 Summer. 29 pages 4038 The Potential Impact of High-End Capability Computing on Four Illustrative Fields of Science and Engineering. NRC Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences and Division on Earth and Life Sciences. NAP. 2008. 157 pages. Prepublication copy 4040 Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness -- CASC 20th Anniversary. CASC. 2009. 13 pages 4041 Harnessing the Power of Digital Data for Science and Society: Report of the Interagency Working Group on Digital Data to the Committee on Science of the NSTC. 2009 Jan. 56 pages 4042 SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Winter. 66 pages 4043 High-Confidence Medical Devices: Cyber-Physical Systems for 21st Century Health Care -- A Research and Development Report. NITRD High Confidence Software and Systems Coordinating Group. NCO/NITRD. 2009 Feb. 88 pages 4044access. NCSA/UIUC. 2009 Spring. 30 pages 4045 SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Spring. 66 pages 4046 Special Section: HPC Projects. In: Scientific Computing World. Europa Science Ltd. 2009 Apr-May. 42 pages (whole issue) 4047access. NCSA/UIUC. 2009 Summer. 29 pages 4048 SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Fall. 58 pages 4049 Special Issue: The Roadmap to Exascale. SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2010. 64 pages 4050 The Promise and Peril of Big Data. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2010. 66 pages 4051access. NCSA/UIUC. 2010 Spring. 29 pages 4052access. NCSA/UIUC. 2010 Summer. 29 pages 4053 Tackling America's 21st Century Challenges. CASC. 2011. 19 pages 4054 Powering Progress & Prosperity. CASC. 2013. 14 pages 4055 Power-Curve Society: The Future of Innovation, Opportunity and Social Equity in the Emerging Networked Economy. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2013. 69 pages 4058 Managing Digital Assets: The Challenge of Creating and Sustaining Intangible Value in a Data-Driven Economy. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2015. 65 pages 4059 sickness and inHealth. J Duffy. In: Johns Hopkins Magazine. 2015 Spring. 64 pages (whole issue) Series 12: Miscellaneous Publications about HPCC, 199523-4 NCO/HPCC Library bibliography, 1995
    Bibliography of contents of the NCO Library, which was started shortly after the NCO was established. There are two bibliographies, one sorted by accession number, the other by date. The Library was curated and these bibliographies were created by NLM librarian Jeff Bridgers. The NCO Library was initially on the shelves of the NCO's small conference room (38A/B1N30Q) at NLM. It was moved to NCO space at NSF when the NCO moved to NSF in December 1995, and was moved back to NLM around 2009. Some additions were made to the bibliography during the NSF years.


    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Publications and reports, Congressional activities, meeting materials and minutes, Presidential Advisory Committee activities, conference and workshop materials, visual media used in presentations, correspondence, and transcripts document Federal HPCC Program and NCO/HPCC activities and accomplishments. The majority of materials in this archive were transferred from the NCO's original offices headquartered at NLM under the leadership of the NCO's first Director Dr. Donald A.B. Lindberg; those documenting NASA and the Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers were compiled and donated by James R. Fischer and Susan Fratkin, respectively.

    Together the collection represents materials about the need for what became the HPCC Program; the passage of the HPC Act of 1991 and subsequent bills, hearings, reports, and laws; the Program itself; and activities and publications of (a) the NCO, (b) HPCC agencies including NLM and NASA, (c) research universities, (d) the NREN and the Internet (ARPANET, predecessor to the Internet, had been created in 1969 by ARPA, an HPCC agency), (e) the President's IT Advisory Committee authorized in the 1991 Act, and (f) supercomputer centers, research labs, professional organizations including the Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers (CASC), corporations, and international organizations.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: DAB Lindberg's HPCC Articles, 1936-1994; undated [series]:

    The 270 items about medicine and computing that NLM Director DAB Lindberg brought from his NLM office to his NCO/HPCC office when the NCO was established in September 1992.

    1 1
    DOC#1-20, 1963-1992; undated

    Patient identification, DAB Lindberg et al on the medical engineering interface, communications satellites in health education, MEDLARS services, computerized bibliographic searches of medical literature, electronic publishing, information systems for the medical sciences, image storage and retrieval, etc.

    1 2
    DOC#21-40, 1961-1988; undated

    Patient management, clinical decision making, etc.

    1 3
    DOC#41-70, 1959-1989; undated

    Knowledge representation, computer networks, information-sharing systems, search and retrieval, machine translation, continuing medical education, computers in medicine, medical informatics education, etc.

    1 4
    DOC#71-110, 1936-1988; undated

    Telecommunications, decision analytics, data security, fuzzy logic, computerized medical records, hospital information systems, medical writing, etc.

    1 5
    DOC#111-150, 1954-1992; undated

    AI/RHEUM, biomedical education, 1950s-1970s materials about NLM, medical informatics, clinical decision making, DxPlain, AI in medicine, Human Genome, health communications, querying MEDLINE over the Internet, electronic radiography, etc.

    1 6
    DOC#151-170, 1962-1991; undated

    International health, DeBakey work, searching MEDLINE, data for nurses, NREN, accessing full-text medical information, etc.

    1 7
    DOC#171-230, 1953-1994; undated

    Deacidified paper, DeBakey on medical libraries, supercomputers and AI, automated vocabulary mapping, natural language search, physician attitudes, broadband, data collection, Bayes' Rule, library of the future, etc.

    2 1
    DOC#231-250, 1969-1991; undated

    Expert system, AI in information retrieval systems, machine intelligence vs. machine-aided intelligence in information retrieval, Kanji characters, CAT scans, MPPs, search and dissemination, etc.

    2 2
    DOC#251-270, 1970-1985; undated

    Knowledge organization, Bayesian probability, expert diagnosis, effectiveness of full-text document retrieval system, ethical and legal issues, etc.

     
    Series 2: HPCC Blue Books (aka Supplements to the President's Budget) -- FY 1992-2012, 1991-2011 [series]:

    The HPC Act of 1991, which was signed into law on December 9, 1991, requires an annual report to Congress. 535 copies of the report were hand-delivered to the Senate mail room every year, for distribution to each member of Congress. They were known as Blue Books from 1992 to 2005, then as Supplements. They describe the Program's goals and priorities, programs and activities, and funding by agency and by HPCC program element. The full series, through at least FY 2017, can be found at https://www.nitrd.gov/Publications/SupplementsAll.aspx.

    2 5
    Grand Challenges: High Performance Computing and Communications -- The FY 1992 U.S. Research and Development Program. OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES. 1991. 63 pages
    2 5
    Grand Challenges 1993: High Performance Computing and Communications -- The FY 1993 U.S. Research and Development Program. OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES. 1992. 75 pages
    2 5
    High Performance Computing and Communications: Toward a National Information Infrastructure -- 1994. OSTP/FCCSET/CPMES. NCO/HPCC. 1993 Jun. 187 pages
    2 5
    High Performance Computing and Communications: Technology for the National Information Infrastructure -- Supplement to the President's Fiscal Year 1995 Budget. NSTC/CIC. NCO/HPCC. 1994 May. 66 pages
    2 5
    High Performance Computing and Communications: Foundations for America's Information Future -- Supplement to the President's FY 1996 Budget. NSTC/CIC. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Sep. 142 pages
    2 5
    High Performance Computing and Communications: Advancing the Frontiers of Information Technology -- Supplement to the President's FY 1997 Budget. NSTC/CCIC. NCO/CIC. 1996 Nov. 60 pages
    2 5
    Computing, Information, and Communications: Technologies for the 21st Century -- Supplement to the President's FY 1998 Budget. NSTC/CCIC. NCO/CIC. 1997 Nov. 84 pages
    2 5
    Computing, Information, and Communications: Networked Computing for the 21st Century -- Supplement to the President's FY 1999 Budget. NSTC/CT/Subcommittee on CICR&D. NCO/CIC. 1998 Aug-Sep. 130 pages
    2 5
    High Performance Computing and Communications: Information Technology Frontiers for a New Millennium -- Supplement to the President's FY 2000 Budget. NSTC/CT/Subcommittee on CICR&D. NCO/CIC. 1999 Apr. 142 pages
    2 5
    Information Technology: The 21st Century Revolution -- Supplement to the President's FY 2001 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/CIC. 2000 Sep 25. 201 pages
    2 5
    Networking and Information Technology Research and Development -- Supplement to the President's Budget for FY 2002. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Jul. 50 pages
    2 5
    FY 2003 Strengthening National, Homeland, and Economic Security: Networking and Information Technology Research and Development -- Supplement to the President's FY 2003 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2002 Jul. 53 pages
    2 5
    FY 2004 Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Advanced Foundations for American Innovation -- Supplement to the President's FY 2004 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2003 Aug 29. 62 pages
    2 5
    2005 Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Guide to the NITRD Program FY 2004-FY 2005 -- Supplement to the President's FY 2005 Budget. NSTC/IWG ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2004 Dec. 111 pages
    2 5
    FY 2006 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/ITRD. 2005 Feb. 26 pages
    2 5
    FY 2007 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2006 Feb. 34 pages
    2 5
    FY 2008 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2007 Aug. 34 pages
    2 5
    FY 2009 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2008 Feb. 35 pages
    2 5
    FY 2010 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2009 May. 35 pages
    2 5
    FY 2011 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2010 Feb. 35 pages
    2 5
    FY 2012 -- The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program: Supplement to the President's Budget. NSTC/CT/NITRD Subcommittee. NCO/NITRD. 2011 Feb. 48 pages
     
    Series 3: Publications and reports, 1977-2010 [series]:

    Topics include the need for and what became the HPCC Program, HPCC agency activities, and policy.

     
    1977-1990 [subseries]:

    About 50 items. Topics include supercomputers (including science and engineering applications that require supercomputing, U.S. leadership, access by university-based researchers, procurement, NSF supercomputer centers, the supercomputer industry, government policies), computer research, scientific computing and computational science, a national research network, NSFNET, information technology, human genome, imaging. Publishers et al include FCCSET, GAO, HPCC agencies, NAP, NCSA, OTA, SIAM.

    4 1
    Information Processing 77: Proceedings of IFIP Congress 77, Toronto. B Gilchrist (Columbia U.), editor. North-Holland. 1977 Aug 8-12. 1022 pages
    37 10
    Report of the panel on Large Scale Computing in Science and Engineering. P Lax, chair. Under the sponsorship of DOD and NSF in cooperation with DOE and NASA. 1982 Dec 26. 183 pages. Donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC)
    4 3
    Report to the FCCSET Supercomputer Panel on Recommended Government Actions to Provide Access to Supercomputers. FCCSET Panel on Supercomputers, Procurement Group, JF Decker (DOE), chair. 1983. 25 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC). Photocopy
    4 4
    Report to the FCCSET Supercomputer Panel on Recommended Government Actions to Retain U.S. Leadership in Supercomputers. FCCSET Panel on Supercomputers, Procurement Group, JF Decker (DOE), chair. 1983. 19 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 5
    A National Computing Environment for Academic Research. Prepared under the direction of Marcel Bardon. NSF Working Group on Computers for Research, KK Curtis, chair. NSF. 1983 Jul. 35 pages
    4 6
    Computational Modeling and Mathematics Applied to the Physical Sciences. NRC. NAP. 1984. 102 pages. Donated by Mel Ciment (NSF)
    4 7
    Program Announcement for the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing [OASC]. NSF. 1984?. 4 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 8
    Access to Supercomputers. NSF OASC. 1984 Sep (revised). 19 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 9
    Advanced Scientific Computing I. NSF Mosaic Vol 16 Num 3. 1985. 32 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 10
    Advanced Scientific Computing II. NSF Mosaic Vol 16 Num 4. No date. 56 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 11
    Information Technology R&D: Critical Trends and Issues. OTA. 1985 Feb. 352 pages. HPCC 70. Donated by N Kreisman (DOE)
    4 12
    Report of the FCCSET Panel on Advanced Computer Research in the Federal Government. RE Kahn (DARPA), chair. FCCSET. 1985 Jun. 52 pages. HPCC 41
    4 14
    FY 1985 Annual Report of the FCCSET Committee on HPC: Procurement/Access Group. 7 pages
    4 15
    An Agenda for Improved Evaluation of Supercomputer Performance. NRC. NAP. 1986. 68 pages. HPCC 71
    4 16
    Supercomputers: Government Plans & Policies -- Background Paper. OTA. 1986 Mar. 35 pages. HPCC 72
    4 17
    Advanced Scientific Computing III. NSF Mosaic Vol 17 Num 1. NSF. 1986 Spring. 48 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 18
    The Computational Science Revolution: Technology, Methodology, and Sociology -- adapted from review article in "High-Speed Computing: Scientific Applications and Algorithm Design". LL Smarr. NCSA/UIUC. 1987. 32 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 19
    Steps Toward a National Research Telecommunications Network. Gordon Bell. Library Hi Tech. 1987. 4 pages
    4 20
    A National Computing Initiative: The Agenda for Leadership -- Report of Panel on Research Issues in Large-Scale Computational Science and Engineering. 1987 Feb 2-3 SIAM workshop sponsored by NSF and DOE. 1987. 80 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 21
    FY 1986 Annual Report of the FCCSET Committee on High Performance Computing. 1987 Jan. 6 pages. HPCC 74
    4 22
    Report to Congress on Computer Networks to Support Research in the United States: Study of Critical Problems and Future Options -- Volume II: Reports from 1987 Feb 17-19 Workshop on Computer Networks. LANL. FCCSET. 1987 Jun. 93 pages. HPCC 42
    4 23
    The Health of Biomedical Research Institutions: Proceedings of the 55th Meeting of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Director, held June 15-16, 1987. HHS/Public Health Service/NIH. 1987 Sep. 51 pages
    4 24
    Focus on NSF Supercomputing. In: Computers in Physics, premier edition. 1987 Nov-Dec. 96 pages (whole issue). Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 25
    A Research and Development Strategy for High Performance Computing. EOP/OSTP (FCCSET). 1987 Nov 20. 31 pages. HPCC 43
    4 26
    The U.S. Supercomputer Industry. FCCSET Committee on Computer Research and Applications, Subcommittee on Science and Engineering Computing. EOP/OSTP. 1987 Dec. 179 pages. HPCC 73
    4 27
    Mapping the Human Genome. M Pines. Howard Hughes Medical Institute. 1987 Dec. 16 pages
    4 28
    Toward a National Research Network. NRC for NSF. 1988. HPCC 279
    4 29
    The Impact of Supercomputing Capabilities on U.S. Materials Science and Technology. NRC. NAP. 1988. 72 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 30
    Transportable Applications Environment Plus: New Possibilities, New Productivity for User Interface Design. NASA. 1988? 8 pages
    4 31
    NSF Network Service Center Bulletin #2 -- includes Mid-Level Wide-Area Networks and Contacts for Mid-Level Networks. 1988 Feb. 11 pages
    4 32
    Report to the NIH Director: Ad Hoc Program Advisory Committee on Complex Genomes. 1988 Feb 29-Mar 1 (meeting dates). 28 pages
    4 33
    Annual Report 1987. FCCSET Committee on Computer Research and Applications, Subcommittee on Science and Engineering Computing. EOP/OSTP. 1988 Mar. 15 pages. HPCC 75
    4 34
    Dialog OnDisc -- MEDLINE. Dialog Information Services, Inc. 1988 Apr. 8 pages
    4 35
    New Developments in Biotechnology 4: U.S. Investment in Biotechnology. OTA. 1988 Jul. 302 pages
    4 36
    The Human Genome Initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy. DOE/OER and DOE Office of Health and Environmental Research. [1988 Sep (?)]. 40 pages
    4 37
    Strategic Computing: Fourth Annual Report. DARPA. 1988 Nov. 58 pages. HPCC 312
    4 38
    Information Technology and the Conduct of Research: The User's View. NAS/NAE/IOM/CoSEPuP. NAP. 1989. 84 pages. HPCC 179
    4 39
    Gateway to Knowledge: The British Library Strategic Plan 1989-1994. 1989. 35 pages
    4 40
    Supercomputing for the 1990s: A Shared Responsibility. Higher Education and Technology Committee and National Association of State Universities and Land-Grand Colleges (NASULGC). UIUC for NASULGC. 1989 Jan. 65 pages. HPCC 190
    4 41
    Improving Health Professionals' Access to Information. Report of the Board of Regents: NLM Long Range Plan. 1989 Aug. 28 pages
    4 42
    High Performance Computing & Networking for Science: Background Paper. OTA. 1989 Sep. 45 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    4 43
    The Federal High Performance Computing Program. EOP/OSTP. 1989 Sep 8. 84 pages. HPCC 44
    4 44
    FCCSET Subcommittee on Science and Engineering Computing: Annual Report FY 1989. D Nelson (DOE), chair. EOP/OSTP. 58 pages. HPCC 76
    4 45
    Copyright and Home Copying: Technology Challenges and the Law. OTA. 1989 Oct. 301 pages. HPCC 194
    5 3
    The National Science Foundation Supercomputing Centers -- 1990. 24 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    5 4
    NCAR UNICOS Primer Version 2.0 -- and 1992 update. NCAR Scientific Computing Division. 1990-1992. Approx. 450 pages. HPCC 178
    5 5
    International Data Group: World's Leading Source Of Information For Success With Information Technology. IDG. 1990? 12 pages
    5 6
    Loose Change -- The COINS Department Newsletter. U. Mass Amherst Department of Computer and Information Science. 1990 Winter-1991 Fall. 46 pages
    5 7
    Critical Connections: Communication for the Future. OTA (reproduced by DOC/NTIS). 1990 Jan. 402 pages. HPCC 217
    5 8
    Foreign Technology: U.S. Monitoring and Dissemination of the Results of Foreign Research. GAO. 1990 Mar. 42 pages. Photocopy
    48 1
    The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. Revised 1990 Mar. 12 pages
    5 9
    Emerging Technologies: A Survey of Technical and Economic Opportunities. DOC Technology Administration. 1990 Spring. 67 pages. Includes only odd numbered pages (i) to (xxi) of slides. HPCC 58
    5 10
    Electronic Imaging. Report of the Board of Regents: NLM Long Range Plan. 1990 Apr. 29 pages
     
    1991 [subseries]:

    About 35 items. Topics include NSF supercomputing centers, math, NREN, U.S. technology policy, ESNET, networking rural America, Gigabit testbeds, Supercomputing '91. Publishers et al include CSPP, DOE, FCCSET, GAO, NRC/NAP, OTA, NSF.

    5 16
    NSF Supercomputing Centers 1991. NSF. 1991. 36 pages. HPCC 57
    5 17
    Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium / CSC Scientific and Engineering Applications. 1991. 40 pages. HPCC 212
    5 18
    Mathematical Foundations of High-Performance Computing and Communications. NRC. NAP. 1991. 42 pages. HPCC 45
    5 19
    Mathematical Sciences, Technology, and Economic Competitiveness. JG Glimm, editor. NRC. NAP. 1991. 124 pages. HPCC 59
    5 20
    The National Research and Education Network (NREN): Research and Policy Perspectives. McClure et al. Ablex Publishing Corporation. 1991. 754 pages. HPCC 213
    5 21
    Toward a Copyright Management System for Digital Libraries. JR Garrett and JS Alen. Copyright Clearance Center Inc. for CNRI. 1991. 78 pages
    5 22
    HERMES Integrated Medical Workstation -- MW2000 -- A workstation for the support of clinical research and patient care in cardiology. T Timmers et al. the thoraxcentre journal. 1991. 17 pages
    5 23
    2020 Vision -- Transform your business today to succeed in tomorrow's economy. S Davis, B Davidson. Simon & Schuster. 1991. 224 pages
    5 24
    Iliad: Knowledge Engineering Tools -- User Manual. Applied Informatics. 1991 Jan. 65 pages
    5 25
    Perspectives on U.S. Technology Policy, Part I: The Federal R&D Investment. CSPP. 1991 Feb 26. 14 pages. HPCC 170
    5 26
    Perspectives on U.S. Technology Policy, Part II: Increasing Industry Involvement. CSPP. 1991 Feb 26. 10 pages. HPCC 171
    5 27
    ESNET Program Plan. DOE. 1991 Mar. Approximately 170 pages. HPCC 214
    5 28
    HPCC: Investment in American Competitiveness. Gartner Group for DOE and LANL. 1991 Mar 15. 322 pages. HPCC 22
    5 29
    Rural America at the Crossroads: Networking for the Future. OTA. 1991 Apr. 197 pages
    5 30
    Decade of the Brain 1990-2000: Maximizing Human Potential. FCCSET Committee on Life Sciences and Health. OSTP/FCCSET. 1991 Apr. 109 pages. HPCC 125
    5 31
    CASA Gigabit Network Testbed: Quantum Chemical Reaction Dynamics. A Kuppermann and M Wu. CCSF. 1991 Jun. 8 pages. HPCC 85
    6 2
    HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING: Industry Uses of Supercomputers and High-Speed Networks. GAO. 1991 Jul. 29 pages
    6 3
    Studies of Electron-Molecule Collisions on Distributed-Memory Parallel Computers. C Winstead et al. CCSF. 1991 Jul. 24 pages. HPCC 90
    6 4
    Parallel Computing in the 1980s -- One Person's View. P Messina. CCSF. 1991 Aug. 47 pages. HPCC 86
    6 5-6
    Computational Science and Education: Workshop on the Role of HPCC Centers in Education. (1) Part 1: Report. 1991 Oct. 25 pages. HPCC 60. (2) Part 2: Resource Materials. 1991 Oct. 67 pages. HPCC 61
    6 7
    Parallel Computing in the U.S.A. P Messina. CCSF. 1991 Oct. 5 pages. HPCC 87
    6 8
    Adaptive Parallel Meshes with Complex Geometry. R Williams. CCSF. 1991 Oct. 15 pages. HPCC 88
    6 9
    The NTIA Infrastructure Report: Telecommunications in the Age of Information. DOC/NTIA. 1991 Oct. 395 pages. HPCC 132
    6 10
    Major NIH Computer System: Poor Management Resulted in Unmet Scientists' Needs and Wasted Millions. GAO. 1991 Nov. 36 pages
    6 11
    Low-Energy Electron Scattering by C3H6 Isomers. C Winstead et al. CCSF. 1991 Nov. 22 pages. HPCC 89
    6 12
    Low-Energy Electron-Impact Excitation of the . . . States of Formaldehyde. Q Sun et al. CCSF. 1991 Nov. Incomplete. HPCC 91
    6 13
    Low-Energy Electron Scattering by Methane, Arsine, and Phosphine. C Winstead et al. CCSF. 1991 Nov. Incomplete. HPCC 92
    6 14
    Supercomputing '91: Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society and ACM. 1991 Nov 18-22. 942 pages. HPCC 184
    6 15
    NorthWestNet User Services Internet Resource Guide (NUSIRG). J Kochmer. NorthWestNet and Northwest Academic Computing Consortium. Third edition. 1991 Dec. 294 pages
    6 16
    The Federal HPCCI Budget for FY'92: Achieving Better Balance. CSPP. 1991 Dec 3. 6 pages. Photocopy
    6 17
    Expanding the Vision of HPCC: Linking America for the Future. CSPP. 1991 Dec 3. 18 pages. HPCC 172
    6 18
    Annual Summary of Usage Statistics for the NSF Supercomputer Centers -- Fiscal Year 1991. Quantum Research Corporation for NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing. 89 pages. HPCC 56
    6 19
    Information Liberates: 1991 Annual Report. Information Industry Association. 1991. 18 pages
    6 20
    DAB Lindberg's "Technical and Scientific Information", 1991-1992
     
    (1) Information Policy and the Internet: Toward a Public Information Infrastructure in the United States. B Kahin. Government Publications Review. 1991. 18 pages
     
    (2) Improving the Impact of Federal Scientific and Technical Information: A Call for Action. D Gold for OMB. 1992 May 15. 33 pages
     
    1992 [subseries]:

    About 80 items. Topics include information infrastructure, computer science and engineering, massively parallel computing, software, NSFNET, intellectual property, DoD key technologies, NREN. Publishers et al include CRA, CSPP, CSTB/NRC, FCCSET, GAO, HPCC agencies, OSTP, OTA.

    7 5
    Science and Technology. OSTP. 1992. 22 pages. HPCC 131
    7 6
    Building Information Infrastructure: Issues in the Development of the National Research and Education Network. B Kahin, editor. McGraw Hill. 1992. 446 pages. HPCC 16
    7 7
    Computing the Future: A Broader Agenda for Computer Science and Engineering. J Hartmanis, H Lin, editors. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1992. 285 pages. HPCC 40
    7 8
    The U.S. Global Change Data and Information Management Program Plan. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences. 1992. 107 pages. HPCC 49
    7 9
    Computational Science Advances -- plus inserts of (1) Telemicroscopy in 1998 and (2) Building a Research Infrastructure: highlights of a collaborative pilot project. SDSC. 1992. 49 pages. HPCC 64
    7 10
    Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1992. 48 pages
    7 11
    Health in the Information Age: The Emergence of Health Oriented Telecommunication Applications. MD McDonald and HL Blum. Environmental Science and Policy Institute. 1992. 72 pages
    7 12
    Understanding PACS: Picture Archiving and Communications Systems. Society for Computer Applications in Radiology (SCAR). 1992. 36 pages
    7 13
    Frontiers '92: The Fourth Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and NASA/GSFC. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1992. 610 pages. HPCC 199
    7 14
    The National Education Goals Report: Building a Nation of Learners. GPO. 1992. Book: 344 pages. Brochure: 27 pages
    7 15
    Transportable Applications Environment Plus: New Possibilities, New Productivity for User Interface Design. For NASA/GSFC. 1992? 8 pages
    7 16
    Internet Society News Volume 1 Number 1. 1992 Winter. 48 pages
    7 17
    By the Year 2000: First in the World. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1992 Jan. 66 pages. HPCC 126
    7 18
    U.S. Business and the National Science Foundation's Supercomputing Centers. CTC, NCSA, PSC, SDSC. 1992. 28 pages
    7 19
    Zen and the Art of the Internet. BP Kehoe. 1992 Jan. 170 pages
    7 20
    Facilitating Medical Services: Federal Sector Coordination of Medical Facilities and Services -- Setting the Pace for the 1990s -- Proceedings of 1992 Jan 8-9 conference. Submitted to Federal Health Care Study Commission. 89 pages. HPCC 305
    7 21
    High Performance Software: First Annual PI Meeting. DARPA. 1992 Jan 15-17 (meeting dates). Approximately 550 pages. HPCC 183
    7 22
    Comprehensive and Basic Science and Technology Policy toward the New Century -- 18th Recommendation. Prime Minister's Council for Science and Technology, Japan. 1992 Jan 24. 40 pages. HPCC 157. Photocopy
    7 23
    Biotechnology for the 21st Century. FCCSET Committee on Life Sciences and Health. 1992 Feb. 132 pages. HPCC 119
    7 24
    The National Science Foundation MetaCenter: A report prepared for the Program Advisory Committee to the NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing. 1992 Feb. 96. pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC). Photocopy
    7 25
    Supercomputing Networking for Space Science Applications -- Final Report. USRA for NASA. 1992 Feb 21. 44 pages. HPCC 133. Photocopy
    7 26
    Medical and Biological Engineering: A Celebration of the Past and Challenges of the Future. AIMBE. 1992 Feb 24-25. 50 pages
    7 27
    The Process of Discovery: NCSA Science Highlights. NCSA. 1992 Mar. 32 pages
    7 29
    Science and Technology: A Report to the Congress. EOP/OSTP. 1992 Mar 17. 137 pages. HPCC 130
    8 1
    AVS Network News Volume 1, Issue 2. The International AVS Center. 1992 Spring. 20 pages
    8 2
    VISTAnet Annual Report. BellSouth, GTE, MCNC, NCSU, UNC-CH. 1992 Apr. 86 pages
    8 3
    Voxel Databases: A Paradigm for Parallelism with Spatial Structure. R Williams. CCSF. 1992 Apr. 15 pages. HPCC 94
    8 4
    CASA Gigabit Testbed: 1992 Annual Report -- A Testbed for Distributed Supercomputing. CCSF. 1992 Apr. 59 pages. HPCC 95
    8 5
    Advanced Materials and Processing: The Fiscal Year 1993 Program. FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1992 Apr. 71 pages. HPCC 84
    8 6
    Advanced Materials and Processing: The Fiscal Year 1993 Program. FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1992 Apr. 219 pages. HPCC 107
    8 7
    Basic Policy for Science and Technology. Government of Japan. 1992 Apr 24. 9 pages. HPCC 158. Photocopy
    8 8
    DARPA Software Technology Conference 1992 -- Proceedings. DARPA. 1992 Apr 28-30. 540 pages. HPCC 182
    8 9
    Finding a Balance: Computer Software, Intellectual Property and the Challenge of Technological Change. OTA. 1992 May. 234 pages. HPCC 17
    8 10
    (1) HPCC battle focuses on money, NREN (FW Weingarten). (2) NSF report highlights evolving research needs (WR Adrion). In: Computing Research News. 1992 May. 12 pages (whole issue).
    8 11
    A Dynamic Solution-Adaptive Unstructured Parallel Solver. R Williams. CCSF. 1992 May. 11 pages. HPCC 96
    8 12
    Reducing the Impacts of Natural Hazards: A Strategy for the Nation. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences, Subcommittee on Natural Disaster Reduction. 1992 May. 93 pages. HPCC 123
    8 13
    Introduction to Parallel Computing. EL Lafferty, MC Michaud, et al. MITRE. 1992 May. 143 pages. HPCC 200
    8 14
    HPCC and the Future of High Performance Computing. Convex Computer Corporation. 1992 May 14 (date of seminar). 120 pages. HPCC 19
    8 15
    Federally Funded Genome Research: Science and Technology Transfer Issues -- Proceedings of a Public Meeting. FCCSET Committee on Life Sciences and Health, Genome Patent Working Group. 1992 May 21. 125 pages. HPCC 112
    8 16
    Dispelling the Manufacturing Myth: American Factories Can Compete in the Global Marketplace. Committee on Comparative Cost Factors and Structures in Global Manufacturing, Manufacturing Studies Board, NRC. NAP. 1992 May 23. 124 pages. HPCC 180
    8 17
    Proceedings of the Grand Challenge Computing Science Fair . . . First Anniversary of Installation of Touchstone Delta. T Mihaly and P Messina, editors. CCSF. 1992 May 27. HPCC 98
    8 18
    Touchstone Delta Grand Challenge Computing Applications. T Mihaly and P Messina, editors. CCSF. 1992 Jun. 92 pages. HPCC 97
    8 19
    Information Dissemination: Case Studies on Electronic Dissemination at Four Agencies. GAO. 1992 Jul. 47 pages
    8 20
    DoD Key Technologies Plan. DoD/DDR&E. 1992 Jul. 227 pages
    8 21
    Proceedings of the Delta Advanced User Training Class Notes. M Maloney and P Olsen, editors. CCSF. 1992 Jul. 166 pages. HPCC 99
    8 22
    Federal Ground-Water Science and Technology Programs: The Role of Science and Technology in Addressing Four Significant National Ground-Water Issues. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences. OSTP. 1992 Jul. 86 pages. HPCC 109
    8 23
    Predicting Our Weather: A Strategic Plan for the U.S. Weather Research Program. FCCSET Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences, Subcommittee on Atmospheric Research. 1992 Jul. 47 pages. HPCC 124
    8 24
    Can Telecommunications Help Solve America's Health Care Problems? Executive Summary. AD Little. 1992 Jul. 7 pages. HPCC 245
    8 25
    Telecommunications: Can It Help Solve America's Health Care Problems? AD Little. 1992 Jul. 103 pages. HPCC 80
    8 26
    Shortcut to the Information Superhighway: A Progressive Plan to Speed the Telecommunications Revolution. SR Rivkin and JD Rosner. Progressive Policy Institute. 1992 Jul. 28 pages. HPCC 272
    8 27
    SCD Computing News (Jul/Aug 1992, Sep/Oct 1992, Nov 1992, Dec 1992). NCAR Scientific Computing Division
    8 28
    Telecommunications: Enabling Ontario's Future. Advisory Committee on a Telecommunications Strategy for the Province of Ontario to the Minister of Culture and Communications. 1992 Aug. 92 pages. HPCC 63
    8 29
    Enabling the Future: Linking Science and Technology to Societal Goals. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Sep. 72 pages
    8 30
    NREN Policy Workshop. EDUCOM. 1992 Sep 16-18 (workshop dates). 254 pages. HPCC 12
    8 31
    Proceedings of the NREN Workshop. Sponsored by CRA, EDUCOM, IEEE U.S. Activities Board, with assistance from NSF. 1992 Sep 16-18 (workshop dates). 246 pages. HPCC 11
    8 32-33
    High Performance Computing PI meeting -- Proceedings. DARPA. 1992 Sep 22-25. (1) Volume I: 812 pages. HPCC 141. (2) Volume II: 712 pages. HPCC 142
    8 34
    NIH/NLM Programs and Services FY 1992. 85 pages. HPCC 269
    8 35
    The Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium Annual Report FY 1991-1992. 88 pages. HPCC 211
    9 1
    Visions. Ohio Supercomputer Center. 1992 Fall. 16 pages
    9 2
    A History of the Information Processing Techniques Office of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. AL Norberg, JE O'Neill, et al. Charles Babbage Institute (U. Minnesota). 1992 Oct. 380 pages. HPCC 289
    9 3
    Top-Down Design of a Parallel I/O System. EP DeBenedictis. CCSF. 1992 Oct. 23 pages. HPCC 100
    9 4
    Perspectives on U.S. Technology and Trade Policy: The CSPP Agenda for the 103rd Congress. CSPP. 1992 Oct 1. 20 pages
    9 5
    New York State Library: Network Services Planning Task Force Report. The University of the State of New York. 1992 Nov. 28 pages. HPCC 291
    9 6
    parallelogram: The International Journal of High Performance Computing. Fitzroy Publishing Ltd. 1992 Nov. 27 pages
    9 7
    NCLIS Report to OSTP on Library and Information Services' Roles in the NREN. U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science. 1992 Nov 13. 35 pages. HPCC 62
    9 8
    PSC News. 1992 Nov-Dec. 16 pages
    9 10
    In the National Interest: The Federal Government and Research-Intensive Universities -- a report to the FCCSET. The Ad Hoc Working Group on Research-Intensive Universities and the Federal Government. 1992 Dec. 68 pages. HPCC 111
    9 17
    Trends in the Structure of Federal Science Support. FCCSET/CPMES. 1992 Dec. 173 pages. HPCC 118
    9 18
    The Whole Internet: User's Guide & Catalog. E Krol. O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. 1992 Dec. 400 pages. HPCC 129
    9 19
    The Sharenet Association: The Strategic Plan. 1992 Dec. 20 pages. HPCC 298
    9 20
    Executive Summary: AI/RHEUM Focus Groups. Three Cedars Research Services. 1992 Dec
    9 21
    The National Research and Education Network Program: A Report to Congress in Response to a Requirement of The High Performance Computing Act of 1991 (PL 102-194). EOP/OSTP. NCO/HPCC. 1992 Dec 8. 61 pages. HPCC 167
    9 22
    High School Initiative in Computational Science. PSC. 1992 Dec 31 (end of 1992) (?). 23 pages
    9 23
    NASA HPCC Program Annual Report, 1992. L Holcomb, P Smith, P Hunter. NASA Technical Memorandum 4554, NASA Office of Aeronautics, HPCC Office. 1992 Sep 30 (end of fiscal year) (?). 150 pages. HPCC 276
    9 24
    NASA OSSA [Office of Space Science and Applications] Information Systems Program Annual Report 1992. NASA. [1992 Dec 31 (end of 1992) (?)]. 33 pages
     
    1993 [subseries]:

    About 90 items. Topics include information infrastructure, HPC for U.S. industry, systems software and tools for HPC environments, collaboratories, technology for America's growth, Grand Challenge applications, "From Desktop to Teraflop", electronic delivery of Federal services, SC'93. Publishers et al include CBO, CSPP, FCCSET, GAO, HPCC agencies, NAP, OTA, supercomputer centers, the White House.

    11 7
    Breaking the Mold: Forging a Common Defense Manufacturing Vision. NRC Committee on Defense Manufacturing Strategy. NAP. 1993. 95 pages. HPCC 181
    11 8
    Strategies for Rural Competitiveness: Policy Options for State Governments. TW Bonnett. Council of Governors' Policy Advisors. 1993. 176 pages. HPCC 299
    11 9
    Computing at the Leading Edge: Research in the Energy Sciences. DOE/LLNL/NERSC. 1993. 98 pages. HPCC 189
    11 10
    Investment for Humanity: A Strategic Vision for the National Institutes of Health. NIH. 1993. 120 pages
    11 11
    High Performance Computing for U.S. Industry (Sandia). SS Dosanjh, editor. DOE/Sandia National Laboratories. 1993? 110 pages. HPCC 187. Photocopy
    11 12
    Science and Engineering Indicators - 1993. NSB. NSF. 1993. HPCC 218
    11 13
    Computational Science: Advances Through Collaboration. SDSC. 1993. 28 pages. HPCC 231
    11 14
    CRPC: Making Parallel Computing Truly Usable. CRPC - Rice U. 1993. 52 pages
    11 15
    CRPC newsletter "Parallel Computing Research". 1993 Oct. 16 pages
    11 16
    CRPC Technical Reports. 1993 through November. 24 pages
    11 17
    Systems Software and Tools for High Performance Computing Environments -- P Messina and T Sterling, editors. SIAM. 1993. 179 pages. HPCC 264. JPL also published this report, filed at 1993 Apr 1
    11 18
    High Performance Computing and Communications: Making the World a Smaller Place. NCO/HPCC. 1993. 12 pages. Photocopy
    11 19
    Discovery: Insights Through Advanced Computing. CTC. 1993. 40 pages
    11 20
    Perspectives on Telecommunications in the National Information Infrastructure. IEEE-USA. 1993. 56 pages
    11 21
    Science, Technology, and the Federal Government: National Goals for a New Era. NAS/NAE/IOM Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy [CoSEPuP]. 1993. 64 pages
    11 22
    National Collaboratories: Applying Information Technology for Scientific Research. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1993. 116 pages
    11 23
    Network Equipment Technologies materials. 1993
    11 24
    The CM-5 User Programming Environment and CM/AVS. Thinking Machines Corporation. 1993. 24 pages
    11 25
    1993 Guide to Research and Education. Marine Biological Laboratory. 1993. 60 pages
    11 26
    Overview of a Healthcare Information System Architecture Beyond the Computer-based Patient Record. MITRE. 1994. 29 pages
    11 27
    Model Science and Technology Information Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa: Report of a Feasibility Study. NRC. NAP. 1993. 83 pages
    11 28
    Health Care Cost Reductions: The InterLATA Component: Summary of Findings. Arthur D. Little. 1993? 4 pages. HPCC 244
    11 29
    Machine Translation Technology: A Potential Key to the Information Age. FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1993 Jan. 57 pages. HPCC 108
    11 30
    An Overview of Federal Food Safety Research -- Including Research Needs for the Future. FCCSET Committee on Food, Agricultural, and Forestry Research. 1993 Jan. 123 pages. HPCC 120
    11 31
    Supercomputing: The View from NCAR -- FY92 Review and FY93-94 Development Plan for the NCAR Scientific Computing Division. 1993 Jan. NCAR/SCD. 202 pages. HPCC 177
    11 32
    Pathways to Excellence: A Federal Strategy for Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology Education -- FY 1994-FY 1998. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1993 Jan 6. 47 pages. HPCC 127
    11 33
    Perspectives on the National Information Infrastructure: CSPP's Vision and Recommendations for Action. CSPP. 1993 Jan 12. 19 pages. HPCC 67
    11 34
    Computer Systems Laboratory -- Annual Report 1992. NIST. 1993 Feb. 98 pages. HPCC 140
    11 35
    Requirements for Supercomputing in Energy Research: The Transition to Massively Parallel Computing. DOE/OER Office of Scientific Computing. 1993 Feb. 79 pages. HPCC 192
    11 36
    A Vision of Change for America. White House/EOP/OMB. 1993 Feb 17. 150 pages. HPCC 135
    11 37
    Technology for America's Economic Growth, A New Direction to Build Economic Strength. President WJ Clinton and Vice President A Gore, Jr. 1993 Feb 22. 37 pages. Includes press release. HPCC 83
    11 38
    UVA Department of Pathology: Research Day Abstracts. UVA Health Sciences Center. 1993 Feb 25
    11 39
    The DOE Program in HPCC. DOE/OER Office of Scientific Computing. 1993 Mar. 101 pages. HPCC 154
    11 40
    SCD Computing News. NCAR/SCD. 1993 Mar. 24 pages
    11 41
    MPP User Audit. IDC. 1993 Mar. 54 pages. HPCC 297
    11 42
    High Performance Computing in Chemistry: A Workshop. NIH/DCRT and PNL. 1993 Mar 6-8. 50 pages. HPCC 134. Program and abstracts
    11 43
    Program Information Package for Defense Technology Conversion, Reinvestment, and Transition Assistance. ARPA. 1993 Mar 10. 85 pages. HPCC 137
    11 44
    Clinical Technology Sharing Issues in Coordinating Federal Health Care Resources. Submitted by Birch & Davis Associates for the Federal Health Care Study Commission, Indian Health Service. 1993 Mar 18. 58 pages
    11 45
    Technology Transfer Activities within the Federal HPCC Program. NCO/HPCC. EOP/OSTP. 1993 Apr. 12 pages. HPCC 146
    11 46
    Cable Television and America's Telecommunications Infrastructure. National Cable Television Association. 1993 Apr. 18 pages. HPCC 202
    11 47
    A Catalog of Publications, Audiovisuals, & Software. NIH/NLM. 1993 Apr. 42 pages
    11 48
    Systems Software and Tools for High Performance Computing Environments: A Report on the Findings of the Pasadena Workshop: April 14-16, 1992. JPL for nine HPCC agencies. 1993 Apr 1. 251 pages. HPCC 155
    11 49
    FCCSET Initiatives in the FY 1994 Budget: To Supplement the President's Fiscal Year 1994 Budget. EOP/OSTP/FCCSET. 1993 Apr 8. 46 pages. HPCC 144
    12 1
    High Performance Computing: Advanced Research Projects Agency Should Do More to Foster Program Goals. GAO. 1993 May. 42 pages. HPCC 188
    12 2
    NSF Network News. 1993 May. 16 pages
    12 3
    NCAR Annual Report 1992. 47 pages
    12 4
    Vision for a 21st Century Information Infrastructure. Council on Competitiveness. 1993 May. 31 pages
    12 5
    Workshop and Conference on Grand Challenges Applications and Software Technology. Nine HPCC agencies. 1993 May 4-7. 118 pages. HPCC 196
    12 6
    Promoting High Performance Computing and Communications: A CBO Study. CBO. 1993 Jun. 79 pages. HPCC 164
    12 7
    Advanced Network Technology -- Background Paper. OTA. 1993 Jun. 86 pages. HPCC 176
    12 8
    Medical Informatics: 1993 Course Syllabus and Notes. NLM. 1993 Jun. HPCC 221
    12 9
    Keeping Pace with Change. CSPP. 1993 Jun 4. 18 pages
    12 10
    The Third CPSR Cryptography and Privacy Conference: Source Book. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. 1993 Jun 7
    12 11
    Advanced Materials & Processing: The Fiscal Year 1994 Federal Program -- To Supplement the President's Fiscal Year 1994 Budget. OSTP/FCCSET Committee on Industry and Technology. 1993 Jul. 55 pages. HPCC 215
    12 12
    National Information Infrastructure: Industry and Government Roles -- An Issues Paper. ITAA. 1993 Jul. 23 pages. HPCC 219
    12 13
    Enterprise Integration in the Department of Defense -- A Study. ITAA. 1993 Jul. 40 pages. HPCC 220
    12 14
    Economic Impact of Eliminating The Line-of-Business Restrictions on the Bell Companies -- Executive Summary. The WEFA Group. 1993 Jul. 25 pages. HPCC 243
    12 15
    Adult Literacy and New Technologies: Tools for a Lifetime. OTA. 1993 Jul. 286 pages
    12 16
    healthcare informatics. 1993 Jul. 128 pages (whole issue of the magazine)
    12 17
    From Desktop to Teraflop: Exploiting the U.S. Lead in High Performance Computing. NSF Blue Ribbon Panel on High Performance Computing. 1993 Aug. 64 pages. HPCC 193
    12 18
    High Performance Computing and Communications Program: Level One Program Plan. NASA Office of Aeronautics. 1993 Aug. 66 pages
    12 19
    U.S. Telecommunications Services in European Markets. OTA. 1993 Aug. 228 pages
    12 20
    Cray Computer Corporation materials. 1993 Aug
    12 21
    Proceedings of INET'93: International Networking Conference. B Leiner, editor. Internet Society. 1993 Aug 17-20. HPCC 317
    12 22
    Research on Digital Libraries: Announcement. NSF, ARPA, NASA. Deadlines: 1993 Oct 25 to 1994 Feb 4. 4 pages. HPCC 268
    12 23
    Making Government Work: Electronic Delivery of Federal Services. OTA. 1993 Sep. 185 pages. HPCC 226
    12 24
    Making Government Work: Electronic Delivery of Federal Services (summary). OTA. 1993 Sep. 33 pages. HPCC 227
    12 25
    Rural TeleHealth: Telemedicine, Distance Education and Informatics for Rural Health Care. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. HHS/PHS/HRSA/Office of Rural Health Policy. 1993 Sep. 86 pages
    12 26
    Proceedings of the Annual FLICC Forum on Federal Information Policies -- Government's Role in the Electronic Era: User Needs and Government's Response. LC/FLICC. 1993 Sep. 53 pages. HPCC 229. Includes summary of DAB Lindberg talk
    12 27
    The National Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Action. IITF. 1993 Sep 15. 26 pages. HPCC 191
    12 28
    5th Annual Five-Year Forecast Conference of Federal Information Systems Opportunities (FYs 1994-1998). EIA. 1993 Sep 20-21. 274 pages. Printout of slides, including for DAB Lindberg's HPCC talk
    12 29
    EIA Five-Year Forecast of Federal Information Systems Opportunities (FYs 1994-1998): 5th Annual Report. 1993 Sep 20-21. 385 pages. HPCC 294
    12 30
    5th Annual Five-Year Forecast of Federal Information Systems Opportunities (FYs 1994-1998): Civil Market Analysis. EIA. 1993 Sep 20-21. 58 pages. HPCC 295
    12 31
    The President's Health Security Plan: Preliminary Summary -- Combined Press Packet and Congressional Briefing Book. 1993 Sep 22. 78 pages
    12 32
    Economics and Global Change: The FY 1993 Research Program on the Economics of Global Change -- A Supplement to the U.S. President's FY 1993 Budget and a Companion Document to Our Changing Planet. FY 1993. 65 pages. HPCC 122
    12 33
    Internet Society News. Internet Society. 1993 Autumn. 36 pages
    12 34
    Guide to NIST. DOC/TA. 1993 Oct. 116 pages
    12 35
    Project Proposals for NSF's Engineering Research Center for Computational Field Simulation at Mississippi State U. Oct. 116 pages. HPCC 285
    12 36
    Proceedings of the Mayo Telemedicine Symposium. Mayo Continuing Medical Education. 1993 Oct 1-3. 238 pages
    12 37
    Technology for Economic Growth: President's Progress Report. President Bill Clinton. 1993 Nov. 72 pages. HPCC 197
    12 38
    Three Points of the Delta: Forces of Change in High Performance Computing -- Proceedings of the RCI, Ltd. North American Annual Member Executive Conference. 1993 Nov 2-4. HPCC 274
    12 39
    Supercomputing '93 Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society. 1993 Nov 15-19. 957 pages. HPCC 273
    13 1
    An Overview of the MAGIC Project. Mitre. 1993 Dec. 11 pages
    13 2
    Analysis of Expansion of Access to Care Through Use of Telemedicine and Mobile Health Services -- Report 1: Literature Review and Analytic Framework -- revised draft. Center for Health Policy Research. 1993 Dec. 61 pages. HPCC 319
    13 3
    Information Infrastructure Sourcebook. B Kahin, editor. Center for Science & International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. 1993 Dec 15. 848 pages
    13 4
    What It Takes to Make It Happen: Key Issues for NII Applications. NIITF/CAT. 1993 Dec 22. 44 pages
    13 5
    Perspectives on the Convergence of Communications, Information, Retailing and Entertainment: Speeding Toward the Interactive Multimedia Age. JS Kraemer and D Allen. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu International. 1993 Dec 30. 67 pages
     
    1994 [subseries]:

    About 50 items. Topics include the Internet, parallel computing, R&D for the NII, healthcare and the NII, Peta(FL)OPS computing, Supercomputing '94. Publishers et al include CSPP, CSTB/NRC, HPCC agencies, OSTP, supercomputer centers.

    19 3
    The Complete Visible Human. 1994. Video disk inside long-play-record-size album jacket
    19 4
    Realizing the Information Future: The Internet and Beyond. CSTB/NRC. 1994. 317 pages. HPCC 302
    19 5
    Research Recommendations to Facilitate Distributed Work. CSTB/NRC. 1994. 83 pages
    19 6
    Parallel Computing Works! GC Fox, RD Williams, PC Messina. Morgan Kaufmann. 1994. 995 pages
    19 7
    Security and Integrity of Computer-based Patient Records. MITRE. 1994. 20 pages
    19 8
    into the future: Arctic Region Supercomputing Center -- Progress report. 1994. 24 pages
    19 9
    Budget of the United States Government: Chapter 3B. Investing for Productivity and Prosperity -- Investing in Know How. 1994 Feb. Pages 116 to 123 (9 pages), which includes HPCC budget and text. Photocopy
    19 10
    Information Infrastructure Technology and Applications. EOP/OSTP/NCO for HPCC. 1994 Feb. 32 pages. HPCC 275
    19 11
    Perspectives on the National Information Infrastructure: Ensuring Interoperability. CSPP. 1994 Feb 14. 20 pages
    19 12
    R&D for the NII: Technical Challenges. Interuniversity Communications Council Inc. (EDUCOM). 1994 Feb 28-Mar 1 (symposium dates). 86 pages. HPCC 301
    19 13
    NSF Network News. InterNIC Information Services/General Atomics. 1994 Mar-Apr. 12 pages
    19 14
    FY 1995 Implementation Plan. EOP/OSTP/NCO for HPCC. 1994 Apr. 143 pages. HPCC 286
    19 15
    Global Telemedicine Report: International Telemedicine Markets & Business Opportunities. AJ Publishing Inc. 1994 Apr (premier issue). 16 pages
    19 16
    Analysis of Expansion of Access to Care Through Use of Telemedicine and Mobile Health Services -- Report 2: Case Studies and Current Status of Telemedicine. Center for Health Policy Research. 1994 May. 43 pages
    19 17
    Putting the Information Infrastructure to Work. IITF Committee on Applications and Technology (IITF/CAT). DOC/TA/NIST. 1994 May 3. 115 pages. Chapter on "Health Care and the NII" begins on page 41. HPCC 296
    19 18
    AMIA 1994 Spring Congress Final Program and Abstract Book. 1994 May 4-7. 129 pages
    19 19
    HPCC Program Successes. EOP/OSTP/NCO for HPCC. 1994 Jun. 32 pages
    19 20
    Enabling Technologies for Peta(FL)OPS Computing. T Sterling, PC Messina, PH Smith. CCSF. 1994 Jun. 201 pages. HPCC 304. Near-final draft
    19 21
    UCAR publications, 1994 Jun
     
    (1) NCAR and UCAR Office of Programs. 56 pages
     
    (2) NCAR Graphics: What's New in Version 3.2. Fold-out brochure
     
    (3) NCAR's Research Data: A Rich Resource. Fold-out brochure
     
    (4) Science and Supercomputing. Fold-out brochure
    19 22
    HPCC Week. 1994 Jun. 8 pages. Six-page cover story is "Cray Research At A Crossroads"
    19 23
    Framework for National Information Infrastructure Services. NIST. 1994 Jul. 149 pages. HPCC 314. Draft
    19 24
    Report of the ARPA/NSF Workshop on Research in Gigabit Networking. 1994 Jul 20-21. 27 pages
    19 25
    NSF Network News. InterNIC. 1994 Jul-Aug. 12 pages
    19 26
    SCD Computing News. NCAR/SCD. 1994 Summer. 29 pages
    19 27
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 1994 Summer. 28 pages
    19 28
    Gather/Scatter. SDSC. 1994 Jul-Sep. 16 pages
    19 29
    Science in the National Interest. President William J. Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. 1994 Aug. 35 pages
    19 30
    Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1994 Aug. 47 pages
    19 31
    The Information Infrastructure: Reaching Society's Goals. IITF/CAT. NIST. 1994 Sep. 161 pages
    19 32
    Beyond Telecommuting: A New Paradigm for the Effect of Telecommunications on Travel. DOE/OER Office of Scientific Computing. 1994 Sep. 90 pages. HPCC 317
    19 33
    Telemed: Louisiana Telemedicine Research Agenda. Louisiana State University Medical Center. 1994 Sep
    19 34
    ELSI Bibliography: Ethical, Legal & Social Implications of the Human Genome Project -- 1994 Supplement. DOE/OER. 1994 Sep 1. 91 pages
    19 35
    National Information Infrastructure Progress Report September 1993-1994. Ron Brown (IITF Chair and DOC Secretary). 1994 Sep 9. 91 pages. Photocopy
    20 1
    Gather/Scatter -- special issue on education. SDSC. 1994 Oct-Dec. 12 pages
    20 2
    Access, Contacts Directory, This is NCSA, Industrial Program, Software Development Group, Education. NCSA/UIUC. 1994 Fall
    20 3
    HL7 news. Health Level Seven. 1994 Fall. 12 pages
    20 4
    High Performance Computing and Communications: New Program Direction Would Benefit From a More Focused Effort. GAO. 1994 Nov 1. 40 pages. HPCC 316
    20 5
    Recommendations for Protecting NLM Computing and Networking Resources. R Feingold (LLNL). DOE/LLNL. 1994 Nov. 42 pages
    20 6-7
    Reference Documents to these "Recommendations": Securing Internet Information Services, UNIX Incidence Guide: How to Detect an Intrusion, Electronic Resources for Security Related Information. R Feingold (LLNL). DOE/LLNL. 1994 Nov. 125 pages
    20 8
    An Intuitive Exploration of Current Cryptography (and Recent Developments and Possibilities). R Feingold (DOE/LLNL). 1994 Nov (?). 15 pages
    20 9
    Overview of Current Cryptography for the NLM. R Feingold (LLNL). 11 pages. Printout of slides
    20 10
    PCW '94: Proceedings of the Third Parallel Computing Workshop. Fujitsu Parallel Computing Research Facilities. 1994 Nov 2
    20 11
    The National Science Foundation's MetaCenter: Developing the Nation's Computational Expertise and Infrastructure to Solve Important Societal Problems. NSF. 1994 Nov. 13 pages. Includes information about Supercomputing 1994 demonstrations
    20 12
    SDSC materials handed out at Supercomputing including "Computational Science: Advances Through Collaboration" and Gather/Scatter 1994 Oct-Dec. SDSC. 1994 Nov
    20 13
    Computational Biomedical Research. NCI Frederick Biomedical Supercomputing Center. 1994 Nov. 44 pages
    20 14
    parallelogram -- Supercomputing '94 Special Issue. Silicon Graphics. 1994 Nov. 27 pages
    20 15-18
    Supercomputing '94 1994 Nov 14-18. (1) Advance Information. Fold-out brochure. (2) Advance Program. 47 pages. (3) Final Program. (4) Proceedings. 842 pages. HPCC 318
    20 19
    The Potential Downside of the National Information Infrastructure -- based on the Program's conference held 1994 Dec 2. The Annenberg Washington Program: Communications Policy Studies, Northwestern U. 1994 Dec 2. 15 pages
    20 20
    Health Level Seven. 1994 Dec 31 (?). 6 page brochure
    20 21
    Health Level Seven Membership Directory 1994-1995. 1994 Dec 31 (?). 261 pages
     
    1995 [subseries]:

    About 25 items. Topics include the NSF MetaCenter, the Internet, GII, "Evolving the HPCC Initiative", telemedicine, the HPCC Program. Publishers et al include CSPP, CSTB/NRC, HPCC agencies, OSTP, supercomputer centers.

    25 5
    The NSF MetaCenter. NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing. 1995? 13 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    25 6
    The Grand Challenges of Science: Supporting Research at the National MetaCenter. CTC, NCAR, NCSA, PSC, SDSC. 1995? 8 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    25 7
    CTC, NCSA, PSC, SDSC National MetaCenter. 1995? 4 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    25 8
    Casting the Net: From ARPANET to Internet and beyond . . . PH Salus; Foreword by VG Cerf. Addison-Wesley. 1995. 317 pages
    25 9
    HL7 news -- HIMSS Conference Issue. 1995. 16 pages
    25 10
    Public Policy and the U.S. Computer Industry: Freedom to Grow -- Leadership into the 21st Century. CSPP. 1995 Jan. 8 pages
    25 11
    Latitudes. Newsletter of the Pacific Southwest Region -- National Network of Libraries of Medicine. 1995 Jan-Feb. 16 pages
    25 12
    Global Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Cooperation. Vice President Al Gore and Ron Brown (Secretary of Commerce and IITF). IITF. 1995 Feb. 55 pages
    25 13
    Perspectives On The Global Information Infrastructure. CSPP. 1995 Feb. 12 pages
    25 14
    NLM Net Captures Growing Universe. DAB Lindberg (NLM). In: U.S. Medicine: An Independent National Newspaper for Physicians. 1995 Feb. 37 pages (whole issue)
    25 15
    Evolving the High Performance Computing and Communications Initiative to Support the Nation's Information Infrastructure. CSTB/NRC. 1995 Mar. 132 pages
    25 16
    Telemedicine: Past, Present, Future -- January 1966 through March 1995 -- 1634 Citations. NLM Current Bibliographies in Medicine. 1995 Mar. 132 pages
    25 17
    Strategic Implementation Plan: America in the Age of Information. EOP/OSTP. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Mar 10. 49 pages
    48 2
    NSF Grand Challenges, National Challenges, and Multidisciplinary Challenges Grantees Workshop. 1995 Mar 20-22 (workshop dates). 98 pages
    25 18
    Report of the Working Conference on Telemedicine Policy for the NII, held August 1994. IITF/CAT Health Information and Applications Working Group, at the request of the U.S. Senate/House Ad Hoc Committee on Telemedicine. 1995 Apr. 20 pages
    25 19
    Gather/Scatter: special issue on biomedicine and biotechnology research at SDSC. SDSC. 1995 Apr-Jun. 19 pages
    47 16
    The Political Evolution of American High-Performance Computing and Communications Culture: A Legislative History of Public Law 102-194 [1985-91]. OM Forbes. U. San Francisco Ed.D. dissertation. 1995 Apr 6. 593 pages. Donated by the author

    The thesis is organized into sections for the 99th Congress (1985-1986), 100th (1987-1988), 101st (1989-1990), and 102nd (1991-1992). Sections address technological context, the EOP including OSTP, Congressional activity, special interest groups, international competition, and funding; the sections for the 101st and the 102nd Congress address HPCC Program leadership.

    The analytical framework for the thesis comes from "The Group Basis of Politics: A Study in Basing-Point Legislation" by Earl Latham, Octagon Books, 1952.

    As part of his thesis work, in 1993 the author interviewed about 30 people including DAB Lindberg and other HPCC principals.

    25 20
    Abstract Book: Second International Conference on the Medical Aspects of Telemedicine & Second Annual Mayo Telemedicine Symposium. 1995 Apr 6-9. 48 pages. Photocopy
    25 21
    Second Invitational Consensus Conference on Telemedicine and the National Information Infrastructure. Telemedicine Journal. 1995 May 2-4 (conference dates). 55 pages
    25 22
    HPCC FY 1996 Implementation Plan. EOP/OSTP. NCO/HPCC. 1995 May 16. 160 pages
    25 23
    Connecting the Nation: Classrooms, Libraries, and Health Care Organizations in the Information Age. E Gonzalez. DOC/NTIA. 1995 Jun. 41 pages
    25 24
    exchange: Information Technology at Work. bellcore. 1995 Jul. 25 pages
    48 3
    America in the Age of Information: A Forum -- A Report to the CIC on the July 1995 Workshop. Sponsored by CIC/NSTC. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Jul 6-7 (workshop dates). 77 pages
    25 25
    Gather/Scatter. SDSC. 1995 Jul-Sep. 25 pages
    25 26
    Forefronts. CTC. 1995 Fall. 11 pages
    25 27-28
    Supercomputing '95. 1995 Dec 3-8. (1) Advance Program. 43 pages. (2) Call for Participation. 12 pages
     
    1996-2000 [subseries]:

    About 35 items. Topics include DoD mission successes from HPCC, health care and IT, HPCC Program, Gigabit Testbed Initiative, access to scientific data, telemedicine, Visible Human Project, NGI, critical infrastructure protection. Publishers et al include CNRI, CRA, GAO, HPCC agencies, NAP, OSTP.

    27 2
    Technology in the National Interest. NSTC Committee on Civilian Industrial Technology. 1996. 87 pages
    27 3
    contributions to DoD Mission Success from High Performance Computing 1996. DoD HPCMO. 1996. 157 pages
    27 4
    Telemedicine: A Guide to Assessing Telecommunications in Health Care. IOM. 1996. 30 pages
    27 5
    Highway to Health: Transforming U.S. Health Care in the Information Age. Council on Competitiveness. 1996 Mar. 98 pages
    27 6
    The Visible Human Male: A Technical Report. V Spitzer, MJ Ackerman et al. JAMIA. 1996 Mar-Apr. 14 pages
    27 7
    Endless Frontier, Limited Resources: U.S. R&D Policy for Competitiveness. 1996 Apr. 147 pages
    27 8
    (1) access and (2) access 1995 index. NCSA/UIUC. 1996 Spring. 32 pages
    27 9
    NCSA Technical Resources Catalog 1996 and Addendum. 1996 Spring. 18 pages
    27 10
    Special Issue . . . Telemedicine. In: Computers & Medicine. 1996 May. 16 pages (whole issue)
    27 11
    Beyond Discovery: The path from research to human benefit. NAS. 1996 Oct. 24 pages
    27 12
    HPCC FY 1997 Implementation Plan. EOP/NSTC/NCO-CIC. 1996 Dec. 187 pages
    27 13
    The Gigabit Testbed Initiative Final Report. CNRI supported by Cooperative Agreement with NSF and DARPA. 1996 Dec. 140 pages
    28 3
    Bits of Power: Issues in Global Access to Scientific Data. NRC. NAP. 1997. 248 pages
    28 4
    Telemedicine Report to the Congress. DOC/NTIA in consultation with HHS. 1997 Jan 31
    28 5
    Telemedicine: Federal Strategy Is Needed to Guide Investments. GAO. 1997 Feb. 103 pages
    28 6
    A Fantastic Voyage Through the Human Body. In: Life Magazine. 1997 Feb. 88 pages (whole issue)
    28 7
    A Report to the Congress: Science and Technology Shaping the Twenty-First Century. EOP/OSTP. 1997 Apr. 145 pages
    28 8
    Research Challenges for the Next Generation Internet. CRA. 1997 May 12-14 (workshop dates). 79 pages
    28 9
    A Brief History of the Internet, Part 1. BM Leiner, VG Cerf, DD Clark, RE Kahn, L Kleinrock, DC Lynch, J Postel, LG Roberts, and S Wolff. In: OnTheInternet: An International Publication of the Internet Society. 1997 May-Jun. 47 pages (whole issue)
    48 4
    Next Generation Internet Inititiave: Concept Paper. LSN Working Group, CIC R&D/CCIC. 1997 Jul. 20 pages
    28 10
    NASA Insights. NASA HPCC Program. 1997 Sep. 28 pages
    28 11
    Critical Foundations: Protecting America's Infrastructures. President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection. 1997 Oct. 190 pages
    28 12
    Consumer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities: Report to the President of the United States. Advisory Committee on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry. 1997 Nov. 81 pages
    29 5
    NGI Implementation Plan (IP) -- Second Printing. HPCC Program/LSN/NGI Implementation Team. 1998 Feb. 80 pages
    29 7
    HPCC: FY 1998 Implementation Plan. 1998 Sep 3. 195 pages
    29 8
    Evaluating Internet End-to-End Performance: Overview of Test Methodology and Results. FB Wood, VH Cid, ER Siegel. JAMIA. 1998 Nov/Dec. 19 pages
    30 7
    Information Technology for the Twenty-First Century. NCO/CIC. 1999 Feb (?). 12 page brochure
    30 8
    Information Technology for the Twenty-First Century: A Bold Investment in America Future -- Proposed in the President's FY 2000 Budget -- Implementation Plan. NSTC IT**2 Working Group. 1999 Jun. 81 pages
    31 5
    Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet -- Prepublication Copy. CSTB/NRC. 2000 Feb 23 (date of public briefing)
    48 5
    High Performance Computing and Communications: FY 1999-FY 2000 Implementation Plan. NCO/CIC, IWG/ITR&D, OSTP/EOP. NCO/CIC. 2000 Apr. 236 pages
    31 7
    Special Report: The Human Genome Business. In: Scientific American. 2000 Jul. 112 pages (whole issue)
     
    2001-2005 [subseries]:

    About 20 items. Topics include NASA HPCC Program, HPCC (now ITR&D) Program, networking research, NHII, broadband, human-computer interaction and information management research needs. Publishers et al include CRA, CSTB/NRC, HPCC agencies, ITR&D Program, NASA.

    31 12
    The HPCC Program in review: The best in computing -- the only limit is the speed of light. NASA/HPCC. NASA/ARC. 32 pages
    31 13
    Looking over the Fence at Networks: A Neighbor's View of Networking Research. CSTB/NRC. 2001. 33 pages
    31 14
    IT R&D Programs: Five-Year Strategic Plan for FY 2002-FY 2006. EOP/OSTP/IWG ITR&D. 2001 Jan 3
    48 6
    High Confidence Software and Systems Research Needs. HCSS Coordinating Group, IWG/ITR&D, NSTC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Jan 10. 45 pages
    31 18
    Workshop on New Visions for Large-Scale Networks: Research and Applications. NSTC / Interagency Working Group for IT R&D / LSN Coordinating Group. 2001 Mar 12-14. 57 pages
    31 19
    Information for Health: A Strategy for Building the National Health Information Infrastructure. Report and Recommendations From the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics. HHS. 2001 Nov 15. 92 pages
    48 7
    Workshop on New Visions for Software Design and Productivity: Research and Applications. SDP Coordinating Group, IWG/ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Dec 13-14 (workshop dates). 62 pages
    32 1
    Broadband: Bringing Home the Bits. CSTB/NRC. 2002. Prepublication copy
    48 8
    Workshop Report: Blueprint for Future Science Middleware and Grid Research and Infrastructure. LSN Coordinating Group, IWG/ITR&D. 2002 Aug 26-28 (workshop dates). 46 pages
    32 2
    (1) IHEC Volume II. No date. (2) Productivity Metrics For High-End Computers. The High-End Crusader. New Technology Week. 2003 Mar 17. Pages 8-9.
    32 3
    Human-Computer Interaction and Information Management Research Needs. HCI&IM Coordinating Group/IWG-ITR&D. 2003 Oct. 47 pages
    32 5
    Grand Research Challenges in Information Systems. CRA. 2003. 35 pages
    32 7
    Internet2 2003 Annual Report. Internet2. 2004. 41 pages. Also includes "If At First You Don't Succeed . . . Unreliability Hampers VHP [Visible Human Project] Demonstrations -- A Case Study for E2Epi" and "Internet2 Health Sciences" flyers
    32 9
    First Annual High Performance Computing Users Conference: Supercharging U.S. Innovation and Competitiveness. Sponsored by the Council on Competitiveness, DARPA, DOE/NNSA, and DOE Office of Science. 2004 Jul 13. 39 pages and CD
    48 9
    The NITRD Program: FY 2004 Interagency Coordination Report. IWG/ITR&D. NCO/ITRD. 2004 Sep. 182 pages
    48 10
    Report of the Interagency Optical Network Testbeds Workshop 2, held at NASA Ames Research Center. Sponsored by DOE Office of Science, NASA, and NITRD/LSN/Joint Engineering Team. NCO/NITRD. 2005 Sep 12-14 (workshop dates). 29 pages
    33 1
    Increasing Competitiveness and Safeguarding Our Nation Through High Performance Computation. CASC. 2005 Nov. 12 pages
    33 2
    Working Paper on Indicators for the Information Society: Guide to Measuring the Information Society. OECD. 2005 Nov 8. 208 pages
     
    2006-2010 [subseries]:

    About 10 items. Topics include NITRD (formerly HPCC) Program, software for dependable systems, competitiveness, high confidence medical devices, networking R&D. Publishers et al include CASC, IEEE, NAP, NITRD Program.

    48 11
    Federal Plan for Cyber Security and Information Assurance Research and Development. IWG on Cyber Security and Information Assurance. NSTC Subcommittee on Infrastructure and Subcommittee on NITRD. NCO/NITRD. 2006 Apr. 135 pages
    34 5
    NITRD brochure. NCO/NITRD. 2007. 8 pages
    34 6
    Software for Dependable Systems: Sufficient Evidence? NRC. NAP. 2007. 146 pages
    34 7
    Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness. CASC. 2007. 14 pages
    34 8
    Joint Workshop on High Confidence Medical Devices, Software, and Systems and Medical Device Plug-and-Plan Interoperability -- Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society. 2007 Jun 25-27. 221 pages
    34 10
    The National Nanotechnology Initiative: Strategic Plan 2007 Dec. 48 pages
    34 11
    Federal Plan for Advanced Networking Research and Development. NSTC Interagency Task Force on Advanced Networking R&D. NCO/NITRD. 2008 Sep. 71 pages
    34 12
    Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness -- CASC 20th Anniversary. CASC. 2009. 14 pages
    34 13
    The National Nanotechnology Initiative: Research and Development Leading to a Revolution in Technology and Industry -- Supplement to the President's FY 2010 Budget. 2009 Sep
     
    Series 4: Audiovisual Materials, 1987-1994 [series]:

    HPCC-related slides, transparencies, CDs, and videotapes on the topics of supercomputing, HPCC, telemedicine, surgery, Gigabit testbeds, NII, Visible Human Project, etc.

    Items in carton 46 were donated by JR Fischer (NASA).

    2 6-7
    FY 1992 DAB Lindberg HPCC slides -- perhaps from International Collab. on Application of Medical Informatics workshops -- first held 8/23-24/1986, second held 5/5-6/1992, 1987-1992
    2 8
    FY 1993 HPCC slides including Hill presentation, 1992-1993
    2 9
    Dan Masys FY 1993 slides, 1992-1993
    2 10
    FY 1994 DAB Lindberg HPCC slides and transparencies including IEEE presentation, 1993-1994
    3 1
    Misc. presentation transparencies, 1994?
    3 2
    FY 1995 DAB Lindberg transparencies and some FY 1995 Blue Book slides, 1994-1995
    3 3
    DAB Lindberg FY 1995/FY 1996 HPCC transparencies, 1995-1996
    3 4
    FY 1997 (?) DAB Lindberg slides, 1996-1997
    3 5
    Miscellaneous HPCC etc. slides, undated
    3 6
    Slides and business cards (folder and seven boxes), 1990s
    3 7
    Visible Human slides (one box), 1994?
    3 8
    NCSA Scientific Software and Visualization [cd-rom], 1991
    3 9-17
    Supercomputing '92 '93 '95 '96 '97 '98 2000 2003 2004 2005 Conference Proceedings. ACM/IEEE [9 cd-roms], 1992 Nov-2005 Nov
    3 18
    HPCC '97 -- A Collection of On-Line NASA HPCC Resources [2 cd-roms], 1997
    3 19
    HPCC 1999 -- A Collection of On-Line NASA HPCC Resources [cd-rom], 1999
    3 20
    HPCC '96 -- NLM Version (6:08) dated 5/8/1995 and Newsnight Maryland Telecast Next Generation Internet (11:08) dated 6/26/2001 [cd-rom], 1995 May 8 and 2001 Jun 26
    3 21
    The Community Services Workstation II (8:32) and other CSW materials [videocassette], c.1993
    3 22
    VISTAnet: One of Five CNRI Gigabit Testbeds. MCNC [videocassette], 1991 Feb
    3 23
    Winton Dupont AT&T Huntington Bank Smart Phone (9:52) with transmittal letter that "AT&T will introduce a new generation of telephones in 1992 -- smart phones. . ." [videocassette], 1991 May 29
    3 24
    Grand Challenges -- NLM Version -- HPCC Series (7:36) [2 videocassettes], 1992 Feb 12
    3 25
    NCSA RealTime #5 -- Back to the beginning, SuperQuest -- beyond the contest, Casting without a crack, A cloud upon the forest. U. Illinois Board of Trustees [videocassette], 1992 Oct
    3 26
    Toward a National Information Infrastructure (6:30). NCO/HPCC [videocassette], 1993 Jun
    3 27
    Other Side of Dyslexia. T West [2 videocassettes], 1993 Jul 31
    3 28
    Supercomputing '93 -- Time Lapse Photography. D Ackerman, music by G Ives [videocassette], 1993 Nov
    3 29
    Foundations for America's Information Future (7:00). NCO/HPCC [videocassette], 1995 Apr
    3 30
    HITN HII '96 Teleconference (120:00) [videocassette], 1996 Jul 24
    3 31
    HPCC -- NASA -- Overview of Projects (TRT 39:00). NASA's HPCC Program [videocassette], 1999 Nov
    46 39
    Journey through Earth and Space (18:30) [videocassette]; Journey through Earth and Space: Video Resource Guide, 54 pages, undated
    46 40
    Workshop on Enabling Technologies for peta(FL)OPS Computing Technology (1:20:00, 1:27:00, 0:50:00) [3 videocassettes], 1994 Feb 22
    46 41
    CAVE - Argonne Drug Design Using Virtual Reality (CRPC). P Bash (?) [videocassette], 1994 Sep 14 (?)
    46 42
    CRPC: "Parallel Computation Makes for Good Vibrations" (11:20) [videocassette], 1995 Sep 20
    46 43
    Parallel Juggling -- CRPC [videocassette], 1996?
    46 44
    Images of Earth and Space: The Role of Visualization in NASA Science [videocassette], 1997?
    46 45
    SF Express: 10k Vehicle Simulation (7:04) [videocassette], 1997?
    46 46
    Images of Earth and Space: SC97 Edition [videocassette]
    46 47
    HPCC NASA: Overview of Projects (39:00) [videocassette], 1999 Nov
    46 48
    HPCC NASA: Overview of Projects (51:20) [videocassette], 2000 Nov
    46 49
    SC2002 Conference Opening Video [videocassette], 2002 Nov 18-22
     
    Series 5: Congressional Bills, Hearings, Reports, and Laws, 1983-2013 [series]:

    Topics include supercomputers and supercomputer programs, establishing an HPCC Program (the first bill was introduced in 1988 and the High-Performance Computing Act of 1991, Public Law 102-194, was signed into law on December 9, 1991), the HPCC Program and its successors, basic research, competitiveness, Information Infrastructure and Technology (a successor bill to the HPC Act), telecommunications, NSFNET, access to Government information, computer security, health care applications, telemedicine, Congressional Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Telemedicine and Health Care Informatics, and NGI.

    Representatives from computing system manufacturers, higher education, HPCC agencies (including DAB Lindberg (NLM and NCO/HPCC)), the library community, OSTP, PITAC, professional organizations, research universities, supercomputer centers, and telecommunications providers testified or provided input.

    The HPC Act of 1991 has been amended in the Next Generation Internet Research Act of 1998 (P.L. 105-305), the America COMPETES [Creating Opportunities to Meaningfully Promote Excellence in Technology, Education, and Science] Act of 2007 (P.L. 110-69), and the American Innovation and Competitiveness Act of 2017 (P.L. 114-329).

    Series 4 has HPCC Program reports to Congress. Series 8 includes (a) the first Congressional hearing held over the Internet (1993 Jul) and (b) the 1995 introduction of THOMAS (Online Public Access to Congressional Information). Series 10 has PITAC and PCAST reports to Congress.

    Items in cartons 37-40 were donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC).

    37 11
    Supercomputers: Hearings before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives. 98th Congress, first session. 1983 Nov 15-16. 463 pages. Includes related materials
    4 48
    Statement of NSF Director Erich Bloch before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives. 1985 Feb 6. 13 pages
    4 13
    Federal Supercomputer Programs and Policies: Hearing before two Subcommittees of the House Committee on Science and Technology. 99th Congress, first session. GPO. 1985 Jun 10. 805 pages. Donated by JR Kasdorf (PSC)
    5 1
    S.1067 and the identical H.R. 3131, 1989-1990 [subseries]:
     
    (1) S.1067 -- National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1989. 101st Congress, first session. Congressional Record - Senate. Introduced 1989 May 18, passed Senate amended 1990 Oct 25. 5 pages
     
    (2) S.1067 - High-Performance Computing Act of 1990. Report 101-387. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 101st Congress, second session. 1990 Jul 23 (legislative day, Jul 10). 29 pages
     
    (3) Testimony by DR Masys (NLM) before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S. Senate. 1989 Sep 15
     
    (4) Answers to questions for DR Masys. 1989 Sep 22
     
    (5) Statement of DA Bromley (OSTP) before Subcommittee on Science, Research and Technology of U.S. Senate Committee on Science, Space, and Technology on H.R. 3131, the National High-Performance Computing Technology Act. 1990 Mar 7 (?). 4 pages
    37 36
    S.1067 -- National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1989. 101st Congress, first session. Identical to H.R.3131 Includes materials about this and related bills, and print media publications
    5 14
    S.1067, Global Change Research Act of 1990, etc., 1990 [subseries]:
     
    (1) ALA on behalf of "a group of education and library organizations" to four senators "to urge your serious consideration of our joint recommendations on S. 1067" of 1990
     
    (2) S.1191 - American Technology Preeminence Act of 1990, with Title VII - National High-Performance Computing Program that mentions NIH and NLM
     
    (3) Global Change Research Act of 1990 (PL 101-606), which is the only other Federal law authorizing multi-agency Federal R&D
    6 22
    HPC Act of 1991, etc., 1991 [subseries]:
     
    (1) S.272 - High Performance Computing Act of 1991: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. Testimony of DA Bromley (OSTP). 1991 Mar 5. 8 pages
     
    (2) H.R.656 -- High-Performance Computing Act of 1991: Report 102-66 Part 1. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, first session. 1991 May 15. 29 pages
     
    (3) S.272 - High-Performance Computing Act of 1991: Report 102-57. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 102nd Congress, first session. May 16 (legislative day April 25), 1991. 32 pages
     
    (4) High-Performance Computing Act of 1991. Public Law 102-194. 1991 Dec 9. 11 pages
    38 10
    HPC Act of 1991, etc., 1991 Mar 5-Apr 11 [subseries]:
     
    (1) H. R. 656 - High Performance Computer Technology Act of 1991: Hearing before Subcommittees on Science & on Technology and Competitiveness of House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. 102nd Congress, first session. 1991 Mar 7
     
    (2) S.343 - Department of Energy High-Performance Computing Act of 1991: Hearing before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, U.S. Senate. 102nd Congress, first session. 1991 Apr 11
    38 14
    The Role of Basic Research in Economic Competitiveness: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Science of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, first session. GPO. 1991 Jun 20. 239 pages
    6 1
    Cable Television Regulation: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, first session. GPO. 1049 pages. HPCC 18
    9 27
    Information Infrastructure and Technology bill, etc., 1992 [subseries]:
     
    (1) Gore re S.2937 - Information Infrastructure and Technology Act. Congressional Record - Senate. Introduced 1992 Jul 1. 4 pages
     
    (2) H.R.5759 - Information Infrastructure and Technology Act of 1992. Companion to S.2937. Introduced 1992 Aug 4. Includes re applications for health care (mentioning NLM) and libraries, and access to scientific and technical information. 11 pages
     
    (3) H.R.5231 - National Competitiveness Act of 1992. Introduced 1992 May 21. 34 pages
     
    (4) H.R.5344 - To authorize the National Science Foundation to foster and support the development and use of certain computer networks. Rpt. 102-567. 1992 Sep 3. 5 pages
     
    (5) Also includes re S.1200 - Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1991. Introduced 1991 Jun 4. 9 pages
    7 28
    Management of NSFNET: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Science of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, second session. GPO. 1992 Mar 12. 189 pages
    6 20
    Information Infrastructure and Technology bill, GPO WINDO, etc., 1992 May-Aug [subseries]:

    Also includes information about bills on improving access to information, improving technology transfer, computer networks, copyright protection for computer software.

     
    (1) S.2937 - Information Infrastructure and Technology Act. Introduced 1992 Jul 1. Companion bill H.R.5759 introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives 1992 Aug 4
     
    (2) S.2813 - GPO Gateway to Government Act of 1992 and H.R.2772: GPO Wide Information Network for Data Online (WINDO) Act of 1991: Hearing before Senate Committee on Rules and Administration and House Committee on House Administration. 1992 Jul 23
    38 27
    Information Infrastructure and Technology bill, GPO WINDO, etc., 1992 Jun 15-Jul 23 [subseries]:
     
    (1) Information Infrastructure and Technology Act of 1992. 1992 Jun 30. Summary
     
    (2) GPO Wide Information Network for Data Online Act of 1992 (WINDO): Hearing before the Committee on House Administration, the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, and the Joint Committee on Printing. U.S. Congress. 1992 Jul 23
     
    (3) Print media coverage
    38 34
    Computer Security Act of 1987 (PL 100-235). Report by the Subcommittee on Technology and Competitiveness to the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, second session. 1992 Jul. 20 pages
    38 37
    U.S. Industrial Competitiveness: Report by the Subcommittee on Technology and Competitiveness to the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 102nd Congress, second session. GPO. 1992 Sep. 36 pages
    10 8
    DAB Lindberg's "Technical and Scientific Information", 1992 Fall [subseries]:
     
    (1) S.2937 - Information Infrastructure Act of 1992 and companion H.R.5759
     
    (2) H.R.2772 - GPO Windo Act and S.2813 - GPO Gateway to Government Act
     
    (3) H.R.3459 - Improvement of Information Access Act
     
    (4) H.R.1989 - American Technology Preeminence Act of 1991 (PL 102-245)
     
    (5) H.R.191 - Technology Transfer Improvements Act of 1991 and S.1581 of same title
     
    (6) S.1200 - Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1991 and H.R.2546 of same title
     
    (7) S.2748 - Library of Congress Fund Act of 1992 and companion H.R.5574 of same title
     
    (8) S.2878 - Medical and Health Insurance Information Reform Act of 1992 and companion H.R.5464 of same title
     
    (9) H.R.5344 - NSF Amendment
    11 1
    Congressional interactions. 1992 Oct-Dec.
    11 5
    National Communications Infrastructure: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Jan 19, Feb 23, Mar 24, Mar 31. GPO. 433 pages
    38 47
    H.R. 820 - The National Competitiveness Act of 1993: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Technology, Environment and Aviation of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Feb 17, Feb 23. 200 pages
    11 6
    Technology Policy: Information Infrastructure - Hearings before the Subcommittee on Technology, Environment and Aviation, of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Mar 23 and Mar 25. 271 pages
    13 6
    S.4 (Gore II), CSPP, 1993 Jan [subseries]:
     
    (1) S.4 - National Competitiveness Act of 1993, which includes Title VI. Information Infrastructure and Technology. Introduced 1993 Jan 21 (legislative day Jan 5)
     
    (2) Statement by John Sculley (Apple and CSPP): Perspectives on the National Information Infrastructure -- CSPP's Vision and Recommendations for Action. Before the [House] Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance. 1993 Jan 19. 21 pages
    13 7
    HPCC Program, telecommunications, etc., 1993 Feb [subseries]:
     
    (1) Hearing on the High Performance Computing and Network Program. 1993 Feb 2. Includes testimony by KR Kay (CSPP) and C Bender (Ohio Supercomputing Center and CASC)
     
    (2) U.S. Telecommunications Infrastructure: Projected Future Evolution. S Gould. CRS. 1993 Feb 3. 9 pages
     
    (3) Networked Communities and the Laws of Cyberspace. Rep. EJ Markey. Talk at CSTB. 1993 Feb 18. 10 pages
     
    (4) Oversight hearing on the National Communications and Information Infrastructure, focusing on healthcare applications. U.S. House of Representatives. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM). 1993 Feb 23
     
    (5) CBO HPCC study. HPCC 128
    13 8
    Competitiveness, telecommunications, health care data system, technology for economic growth, information super highway, access to Government information, electronic libraries, technology policy, etc., 1993 Mar [subseries]:
     
    (1) S.473 - Department of Energy National Competitiveness Technology Partnership of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 2 (legislative day Jan 5). HPCC 262
     
    (2) H.R.707 - Emerging Telecommunications Technologies Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 2. HPCC 263
     
    (3) H.R. 1200 Title VII Sec. 486A. National Data System and Clearinghouse on Primary Care and Prevention Research, which addresses NIH and NLM. Introduced 1993 Mar 3. HPCC 258
     
    (4) Technology for America's Economic Growth: A New Direction to Build Economic Strength - Testimony of JH Gibbons (OSTP) before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 Mar 4
     
    (5) S.560 - Paperwork Reduction Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 10. HPCC 260
     
    (6) The Information Super Highway. Rep. LH Hamilton. Congressional Record - Extensions of Remarks. 1993 Mar 10. HPCC 266
     
    (7) S.570 - Local Exchange Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 11. HPCC 259
     
    (8) S.564 - Government Printing Office Electronic Information Access Enhancement Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 11. HPCC 261
     
    (9) S.626 - To establish a system of State-based electronic libraries. Introduced 1993 Mar 22 (legislative day Mar 3). HPCC 255
     
    (10) National Technology Policy: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Technology, Environment and Aviation, Committee on Science, Space and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 Mar 3 and Mar 25. Includes testimony of VG Cerf (HPCC 168)
    13 9
    Telecommunications infrastructure, successors to HPC Act of 1991, etc., 1993 Apr-May [subseries]:
     
    (1) H.R.1504 - Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 29
     
    (2) H.R.1312 - Local Exchange Infrastructure Modernization Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Mar 11. Companion to S.570
     
    (3) H.R. 1757 - High Performance Computing and High Speed Networking Applications Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Apr 21. HPCC 160
     
    (4) H.R.1757 - National Information Infrastructure Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Jul. An amendment. HPCC 166
     
    (5) H.R. 1757 - High Performance Computing and High Speed Networking Applications Act of 1993: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Science, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 1993 Apr 27, May 6, May 11
     
    (6) S.4 - National Competitiveness Act of 1993. Draft. HPCC 161
     
    (7) FY 1994 Senate Appropriations Committee. 1993 May 11 (hearing date). Statement of DAB Lindberg (NLM)
    13 10
    Information infrastructure, medical care and HPC and IT, appropriations, S.4, etc., 1993 Jun-Sep [subseries]:
     
    (1) H.R.1757, as reported by the Subcommittee on Science. 1993 Jun 17 (?). 38 pages. HPCC 159
     
    (2) Congressional Briefing - Improving Medical Care: The Vision of High Performance Computing and Information Technology. FNLM. 1993 Jun 25
     
    (3) H.R.1757 - National Information Infrastructure Act of 1993. Report 103-173. U.S. House of Representatives. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Jul 13. 51 pages. HPCC 175
     
    (4) H.R.2639 - Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure and Public Broadcasting Facilities Assistance Act of 1993. Introduced 1993 Jul 14. Includes section-by-section analysis. 30 pages
     
    (5) HPCC Congressional Staff Briefing. 1993 Jul 30
     
    (6) Visit to NIH by Senator Robert Kerrey (D-NE). 1993 Aug 2
     
    (7) Departments of Labor, HHS, and Related Agencies Appropriation Bill, 1994. Report 103-143. 1993 Sep 15 (legislative day Sep 7). Pages 76-131 and 276-277
     
    (8) Departments of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Independent Agencies Appropriation Bill, 1994. Report 103-137. Senate. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Sep 9 (legislative day Sep 7). 2 pages about OSTP
     
    (9) Possible rewrite of S.4 Title VI. 1993 Sep 23. 19 pages. HPCC 267
     
    (10) HPCC Congressional Briefing. 1993 Sep 24
    38 54
    Partnerships and Collaboration as Competitiveness Tools: Hearing before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 103rd Congress, first session. 1993 Jul 9. 146 pages, 1993 Jul 9
    14 1
    Advanced Computing in Health Care, S.4, 1993 Jul-Sep [subseries]:
     
    (1) Hearing on Advanced Computing in Health Care before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 1993 Aug 5. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NCO/HPCC and NLM)
     
    (2) S.4 - National Competitiveness Act of 1993. Report 103-113. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. GPO. 1993 Jul 28 (legislative day Jun 30). 110 pages
    14 2
    Health care reform, Telemedicine Steering Committee, HPCC Program, S.4, etc. [subseries]:
     
    (1) Prevention and Health Care Reform: Hearing before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee. 1993 Oct , 1993 Oct-Dec
     
    (2) Telemedicine Steering Committee established by Sen. K Conrad. 1993 Oct 18 meeting
     
    (3) Hearing on the HPCC Program before the Subcommittee on Science, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1993 Oct 25
     
    (4) Possible rewrite of S.4 Title VI. 1993 Nov 4. 21 pages
     
    (5) S.1494 - Health Information Modernization and Security Act of 1993. Companion to H.R.3137
     
    (6) H.R.2639 - Telecommunications Infrastructure and Facilities Assistance Act of 1993. Referred to Senate 1993 Nov 9
     
    (7) H.R.3476 - National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act Amendments of 1993
     
    (8) Proposed rewrite of S. 4 Title VI: Information Technology Applications Act of 1993. 1993 Nov 9. 23 pages
     
    (9) H.R.1850 - University-Industry Technology Development Act
     
    (10) Statement of PR Lee (HHS) before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources. U.S. Senate. 1993 Dec 8. References NLM and its Rural Outreach Program, NNLM, Grateful Med, and its telemedicine initiative
     
    (11) H.R.3636 - National Communications Competition and Information Infrastructure Act of 1993
     
    (12) Selected Legislation in the 103rd Congress Related to Electronic Information Delivery. LC. No date. HPCC 223
    20 22
    S.4 - Draft Revisions. 1994 Feb 9-Jul 14
    20 23
    Congressional Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Telemedicine and Health Care Informatics. 1994 Apr-1996 Jun 24
    20 24
    HPCC briefing for Congressional staff. 1994 Apr 29 (briefing date)
    20 25
    Telemedicine: An Information Highway to Save Lives: Hearing before Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. U.S. House of Representatives. 1994 May 2. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM).
    20 26
    The HPCC Program: Hearing before House Subcommittee on Science, Committee on Science, Space and Technology. 1994 May 10. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM), DB Nelson (DOE), LB Holcomb (NASA), M Ciment (NSF), JC Toole (DARPA)
    20 27
    VA Health Care and Communication and Information Technologies: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Veterans' Affairs. U.S. House of Representatives. 1994 Jul 20. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg (NLM)
    39 33
    Hearing on the HPCC Program before the Subcommittee on Basic Research, Committee on Science. U.S. House of Representatives, 1995 Oct 31 [subseries]:

    Hearing also included testimony by AK Jones (DDR&E and CCIC Chair), J Toole (NCO/HPCC), ED Lazowska (U. Washington and CRA)

     
    (1) Evolving the High Performance Computing and Communications Initiative to Support the Nation's Information Infrastructure -- Statement of IE Sutherland (Co-Chair, NRC Committee on HPCC: Status of a Major Initiative, and Sun Microsystems)
     
    (2) Testimony by F Baskett (CSPP and Silicon Graphics). 1995 Oct 31
    39 40
    CRS Report for Congress: The High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) Program: An Introduction. GJ McLoughlin. Updated 1996 Jun 20. 6 pages
    28 13
    The Next Generation Internet Initiative: Hearing before the Committee on Science. U.S. House of Representatives. 1997 Sep 10. Includes testimony by JH Gibbons (Assistant to the President for Science and Technology), DJ Farber (PITAC)
    28 14
    Overview of NIH Programs: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and Environment, Committee on Commerce. U.S. House of Representatives. 1997 Sep 30. Includes testimony by DAB Lindberg and D Lipman (both NLM)
    28 15
    The Next Generation Internet Initiative: Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. U.S. Senate. 1997 Nov 4. Includes testimony by JH Gibbons (Assistant to the President for Science and Technology), DOE, NSF, DARPA
    39 64
    Support for PITAC, NITRD Act of 1999, supercomputers, 1999 Jun-Aug [subseries]:
     
    (1) Staying Competitive. DA Bromley (formerly OSTP). Science. 1999 Aug 6. 2 pages
     
    (2) Dan Davis (CASC and USC/ISI) to President Clinton and Members of Congress supporting PITAC, IT**2, and H.R.2086. 1999 Aug (?). 2 pages
    39 66
    Department of Energy: Problems in the Management and Use of Supercomputers. Testimony by SD Kladiva (GAO) before the Subcommittee on Basic Research, Committee on Science. U.S. House of Representatives. 1999 Jul 14. 5 pages
    39 67
    NITRD Act of 1999, etc., 1999 Nov 16-2001 Jun 26 [subseries]:
     
    (1) H.R. 2086 -- Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Act (introduced 1999 Jun 9). Report 106-472 Part 1 [amendment]. 1999 Nov 16. 95 pages
     
    (2) Sen. FJ Sensenbrenner to Sen. B Frist re not reaching agreement on authorization bill to double civilian R&D spending. 2000 Sep 19. 2 pages
     
    (3) Reinventing the Internet -- Promoting Innovation in IT: Hearing before House Subcommittee on Research, Committee on Science. 2001 Jun 26. 14 pages. Included testimony by E Benhamou (3Com, PITAC), A Jones (NSB), CM Furlani (NCO/ITRD)
    31 6
    S.2046 -- Next Generation Internet in the President's FY 2001 Budget: Hearing before Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space, Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. 106th Congress, second session. 2000 Mar 1. 65 pages
    40 26
    H.R.28 -- High-Performance Computing Revitalization Act of 2005. Introduced 2005 Jan 4. 2005 Jan 4-Mar 24. 11 pages. Includes section-by-section analysis and bill summary
    40 56
    S.733 -- Exascale Computing for Science, Competitiveness, Advanced Manufacturing, Leadership, and the Economy Act of 2013 -- "To amend the Department of Energy High-End Computing Revitalization Act of 2004. . . ." Introduced 2013 Apr 16. 5 pages
    40 57
    H.R. 2495 -- American Super Computing Leadership Act -- "To amend the Department of Energy High-End Computing Revitalization Act of 2004" to improve the DOE high-end computing R&D program. Introduced 2013 Jun 25. 8 pages
     
    Series 6: HPCCIT Subcommittee, HPCCIT Executive Committee, Subordinate Groups Meetings and Activities, 1984-2002 [series]:

    The members of the HPCCIT Subcommittee and its successors are representatives from HPCC Program agencies, OMB, OSTP, and the NCO/HPCC. The NCO director chaired the HPCCIT until 1999. The successors to the HPCCIT are the CIC then CCIC, ITRD, and NITRD. The HPCCIT initially met monthly, then less frequently beginning in the late 1990s as HPCCIT working groups and interagency coordination groups met monthly.

    4 47
    FCCSET report on supercomputer training, 1984
    5 2
    CPMES, FCCSET, FNC, HPC, NREN, grand challenges, 1989-1990
    5 11-13
    CPMES, FCCSET, FNC, HPC Initiative, HPC evaluation criteria, 1990
    6 23
    HPCCIT Subcommittee, NREN, HPCC management, NLM and NIH participation in HPCC activities, NLM BOR and HPCC, 1991 Jan-Jun
    6 25
    HPCC Education activities including FCCSET-HPCC Working Group for Education, 1991 Aug-1993 Jul
    7 1
    HPCCIT meetings and activities, FCCSET (including biotechnology crosscut), NIH and NLM HPCC participation, HPCC budget, HPCC implementation plan, CPMES, 1991 Jul-Sep
    7 3
    HPCCIT briefing to OMB and Q&A, NLM HPCC projects, medically-related Grand Challenges for HPCC Blue Book, HPCC in NIH strategic plan, NIH text for Blue Book, 1991 Oct-Dec
    9 28
    HPCCIT including proposed creation of a HPCC Coordination Office, 1992 Jan-Jul
    9 32
    1992 Aug 19 OSTP announcement of the establishment of the NCO/HPCC and that DAB Lindberg has been appointed its first Director effective 1992 Sep 1, FNC and NREN, HPCC Implementation Plan, CPMES, HPCCIT charter, etc., 1992 Aug
    10 3
    FNC and NREN, Report on the NREN Program required by the HPC Act of 1991, Strategic Plan for the Placement of Large Scale High Performance Computers with a Purchase Price Over $5 Million Using HPCC Funds, FCCSET-HPCCIT Task Group on Education, 1992 Sep
    10 5
    HPCCIT Virtual Reality Task Group, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec
    10 7
    National Research and Education Network: A Report to Congress -- in response to a requirement of the High Performance Computing Act of 1991. OSTP. 1992 Dec., 1992 Oct-Dec
    11 2
    IITA, NREN, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec
    11 4
    HPCC Software Exchange, 1992 Nov 16-30
    14 3
    NREN, NII, S.4, technology transfer, HPCC lessons learned and achievements so far, new IITA component of HPCC Program, etc., 1993 Jan-Jun
    14 4
    Agency HPCC activities, IITF, etc., 1993 Jul-Sep
    14 5
    Open discussion with computer industry technical directors, etc., 1993 Oct-Nov
    15 1
    IITA, etc., 1993 Dec
    20 28
    NSTC/CIC (Committee on Information and Communications -- successors to HPCCIT Subcommittee) Strategic Implementation Plan, etc., 1994
    21 1
    IITA, HPCCIT Subcommittee Dialogues with (1) Telecommunications Industry and (2) Software Developers, Implementation Plan, etc., 1994 Jan-Feb
    21 2
    DAB Lindberg's HPCC lessons learned, Workshop on Enabling Technologies for Peta(FL)OPS Computing Systems (held 1994 Feb 22-24), etc., 1994 Mar
    21 3
    HPCCIT Subcommittee Dialogues with Non-Federal and Federal Computer Center Directors, international interactions, Supercomputing '94, NCO Internet server usage statistics, etc., 1994 Apr-Dec
    22 3
    Final Report of NCO/HPCC Grants Associate J Turkkan -- project goal was to develop a database of HPCC grants, contracts, and other research awards, 1994 Feb 28
    23 4
    Virtual Reality Technology: Report of the HPCC Task Force on Virtual Reality, 1993 Aug 2-1994 May 27
    24 5
    Mass Storage Briefings, held at NCO/HPCC, 1994 Oct 25-27
    25 1
    GAO report "High Performance Computing and Communications: New Program Direction Would Benefit From a More Focused Effort", 1993 May 28-1994 Nov 10
    25 29-31
    DAB Lindberg steps down as NCO Director, letter from Vice President Gore to Lindberg; HPCCIT Computing Systems Briefings, 1995
    27 14
    HPCCIT strategic planning; CIC becomes CCIC (Committee on Computing, Information, and Communications) -- next successor to HPCCIT Subcommittee; CCIC's Applications Council; CCIC Program Component Areas (PCAs), 1996 Jan-Sep
    27 15
    CCIC's Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, 1996 Oct-Dec
    29 1
    NGI, digital libraries, President's FY 1998 budget states that in FY 1996, the HPCC Program "achieved sustained multidisciplinary application speeds never before reached by any NASA application.", 1997
    29 9
    Critical infrastructure protection, high confidence systems research agenda, 1998
    30 9
    NGI, IT**2, PCAs, etc., 1999
    35 7-17
    S&ECWG (Science and Engineering Computing Working Group) (donated by JR Fischer (NASA), S&ECWG Executive Secretary), 1995 Jan 10-1996 Jul 15
    35 18-41
    HECCWG (High End Computing and Computation Working Group, successor to S&ECWG) (donated by JR Fischer (NASA), HECCWG Executive Secretary), 1996 Jul 15-1997 Dec 16
    36 1-25
    HECCWG (donated by JR Fischer (NASA), HECCWG Executive Secretary), 1998 Jan 8-2002 Jul 3
     
    Series 7: Subject Files, Presentations, Press, 1965-2015 [series]:

    Documentation covering the day-to-day activities of the HPCC Program and the NCO/HPCC. High-performance computing and communications activities including HPCC agency activities and interactions with universities, corporations, professional associations, and foreign organizations, etc.

    4 46
    Access to supercomputers, NSF supercomputer centers, etc., 1965-1986
    4 49
    NSF supercomputer centers, human genome, etc., 1987-1988
    4 50
    Library automation systems, information technology and undergraduate medical education, medical informatics, human genome, etc., 1989
    5 15
    Al Gore on "Networking the Future", etc., 1990
    6 21
    RCI including DAB Lindberg talk, results of HPCC Initiative survey, 1991-1993
    6 24
    Distribution of FY 1992 HPCC "Blue Book" to NLM community, NSFNET Connections program demo that DAB Lindberg attended, CSPP meetings with NSF, DOE, and NIH/NLM re HPCC "Human Resources and Training", etc., 1991 Jan-Jun
    7 2
    HPCC and NLM 2000: The Next Generation Systems, NLM "Learning Resource Center", NLM Planning Panel on Toxicology and the Environment, IOM, press release for NLM's Visible Human Project, etc., 1991 Jul-Sep
    7 4
    NLM "DIRLINE: Directory of Information Resources Online", NIH biomaterials crosscut program, Grateful Med, WAIS, NSF Connections Program and NLM, etc., 1991 Oct-Dec
    9 25
    DAB Lindberg's materials for HPCC talks, 1992
    9 26
    Gigabit Testbeds (including CNRI, AURORA, BLANCA, CASA, Nectar, reports), etc., 1992-1994
    9 29
    Visible Human Project, NREN, CSPP, InterNIC, print media coverage on IT issues et al, etc., 1992-1993
    9 30
    NSFNET and NREN, CNI, etc., 1992 Jan-Mar
    9 31
    FCCSET activities, DOE/ORNL acquires Intel Paragon, print media coverage, DAB Lindberg on medical information systems of the future, etc., 1992 Apr-Jul
    10 1
    DAB Lindberg named Director of new NCO/HPCC, letters & media coverage, copyright, etc., 1992 Aug
    10 2
    NSF NAP and vBNS and NREN, NREN and copyright, FCCSET/STI, Energy Department Selects Six "Grand Challenge" Super Computing Research Projects, CNI, OCLC and Internet and NREN, print media coverage, etc., 1992 Aug
    10 4
    HPCC Software Exchange, Gigabit networks, Internet Society, "Technology: The Engine of Economic Growth -- A National Technology Policy for America" -- Clinton/Gore campaign (1992 Sep 21), print media coverage, etc., 1992 Sep
    10 6
    Incoming Clinton Administration, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec
    11 3
    Grateful Med, public interactions, VR for surgery, NSF Metacenter -- 1992 Nov 16 press release, Internet services (Archie, Gopher, etc.), DAB Lindberg 1992 HPCC presentations, print media coverage, etc., 1992 Oct-Dec
    15 2
    NSFNET, Federal Computer Week's Federal 100 awards recognize DAB Lindberg, etc., 1993 Jun 5
    15 3
    DAB Lindberg's favorite images used in HPCC talks, NLM to award Internet connections grants for a second year, etc., 1993 Jan
    15 4
    DAB Lindberg gives keynote on "Grand Challenges in Medical Computing" keynote at dedication of the Arizona Health Sciences Library and Learning Resources Center in Tucson, etc., 1993 Feb
    15 5
    DAB Lindberg gives Annual Dainton Lecture "High Performance Libraries" at the British Library, 1993 Mar 20
    15 6
    DAB Lindberg talks et al: (1) health care information infrastructure, (2) availability and access to government information, (3) VistaNet gigabit testbed site visit, (4) "This doctor has a prescription for supercomputing"; NSFNET; etc., 1993 Mar
    16 3
    CSPP on IT's contribution to healthcare reform; copyright, information services, and the NREN; Clinton/Gore administration; key escrow; DAB Lindberg "HPCC: The Medical Connection"; Internet named Landmark Technology of 1992; etc., 1993 Apr
    16 4
    Technological Strategies for Protecting Intellectual Property in the Networked Multimedia Environment, workshop at the JFK School of Government, Harvard U., 1993 Apr 2-3
    18 3
    Transfer of GenBank Submission Processing from DOE to NCBI, 1993 Apr-Oct; 1988
    16 5
    NLM Locator introduced, NII, Grand Challenges workshop, print media coverage, etc., 1993 May
    17 1
    Coordinating Federal Health Care -- DoD, IHS, VA workshop; "The Rocky Road to a Data Highway" (Science magazine), including re NSFNET, Internet, NREN, NII, Visible Human Project; DAB Lindberg on the HPCC Program; NII Task Force; etc., 1993 May
    17 2
    IMIA Working Conference on the Healthcare Professional Workstation (DAB Lindberg gave keynote), 1993 Jun 14-16
    17 3
    Internet FAQs: A Primer for Federal Librarians, CSPP, NLM Medical Informatics Course, Canada's SuperJANET network and Canadian MEDLARS, Annual Meeting on Medical Informatics Research Training, economics and pricing of the Internet, etc., 1993 Jun
    17 4
    DAB Lindberg public events at: (1) Healthcare Panel at 3Com's NII Roundtable at InterOp, and (2) Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility; HIV/AIDS Information Services sponsored by NLM and NIH/Office of AIDS Research; etc., 1993 Jun
    17 5
    U.S. House of Representatives holds first hearing ever over a computer network; DAB Lindberg on "Medical Informatics" and "Information: an interconnected world"; NSFNET; etc., 1993 Jul
    17 6
    DAB Lindberg participates in panel at CRS seminar "Telemedicine: A Vehicle for Expanding Access to Health Care", K Kennedy (CRPC) reaction to CBO "Promoting High Performance Computing and Communications" report, etc., 1993 Aug
    18 1
    3rd Annual Foreign Acquisitions Workshop, including DAB Lindberg's keynote "Improving Access to Foreign Gray Literature", 1993 Aug 21-23
    18 2
    DAB Lindberg: (1) on HPCCI & the NII at Montgomery County [Maryland] High Technology Council, (2) HPCC: Toward a NII; NLM and NCO/HPCC: "Does Telemedicine need more than standard phone lines?"; the public library and the NII; etc., 1993 Sep
    18 4
    WAIS and Gopher; "research mode" hurricane model projects path of Hurricane Emily better than operational model, and is used in operational forecasting; DAB Lindberg on HPCC: Toward a NII; etc., 1993 Oct
    18 5
    CSTB "The Changing Nature of Telecommunications / Information Infrastructure" workshop, W. Post: "SEC Plans Computer Access to Business Filings" funded by NSF grant that "sprang from an unsolicited application" per S Wolff (NSF), etc., 1993 Oct
    18 6
    DAB Lindberg on "Overview of the Government Initiatives to Develop Virtual Reality"; etc. , 1993 Nov
    19 1
    FNC/FNCAC; WWW, Mosaic, WAIS; electronic journals; NLM-sponsored "Image Database Commonalities" workshop; Executive Order 12881 establishing the NSTC, Executive Order 12882 establishing the PCAST; etc., 1993 Nov
    19 2
    HPCC FACTS: (1) research funding opportunities, (2) information on the Internet; HPC and Networking conference; XIWT established; Vice President Gore on the information highway and telecommunications, including medical applications; etc., 1993 Dec
    22 1-2
    NCO/HPCC Mosaic home page; White House NII documents in electronic form; VP Gore proposes "National Telecommunications Reform: Bring the Information Revolution to Every Classroom, Hospital, and Library" by 2000; health care reform and the NII; etc., 1994
    22 4-5
    EOP/OSTP forum on world leadership in basic science, mathematics, and engineering; NLM "a model for government action in information"; NSFnet begins high-speed network architecture "to accommodate both 'cutting edge' and 'commodity users'"; etc., 1994 Feb
    22 7-8
    Reinventing Government, ARPA Computing Systems Technology Office HPCC Symposium, etc., 1994 Mar
    23 1-2
    NLM Fact Sheet: Healthcare Informatics and Telemedicine (including about HPCC at NLM); NIST/ATP "Information Infrastructure for Healthcare" program; Internet shopping; DAB Lindberg visits Aurora Gigabit Network Testbed; etc., 1994 Apr
    23 3
    "Newest and largest supercomputer simulation of the universe agrees so well with astronomical observations . . ." -- NCSA-led simulation funded by NASA and NSF, 1994 May
    23 5
    12 NLM HPCC Healthcare Applications research contracts; DAB Lindberg on HPCC and the NII at "Building a National Health Information Infrastructure: The Role of HPCC" symposium; NLM Resources Available on the Internet; etc., 1994 May
    23 6
    NII security; NOAA Climate and Global Change Program announcement; DOE "Cooperative Agreement to Ease Industry Transition to Parallel Supercomputers"; DAB Lindberg on HPCC Program at First Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering; etc., 1994 Jun
    23 7-8
    DAB Lindberg on "Medical Informatics: The National Perspective" at "Information Technology in the American Medical Center" seminar; IITF; etc., 1994 Jul
    24 1-2
    Telemedicine policy for the NII conference; NASA "Public Use Of Earth And Space Science Data Over The Internet"; etc., 1994 Aug
    24 3-4
    NASA/USUHS Telemedicine "Remote Health Care and Disaster Response" conference; HPCC FACTS: (1) telemedicine and digital libraries, (2) research funding opportunities; etc., 1994 Sep
    24 6
    "Evolving the National Information Infrastructure: A Symposium for Government and Industry", etc., 1994 Oct
    25 2-3
    Supercomputing '94; NCO Mosaic home page; Visible Human; DAB Lindberg on (1) the HPCC vision at NII and health care conference, (2) "Medicine Wagon on the Electronic Highway"; NASA HPCC/IITA Internet public access grants et al; etc., 1994 Nov
    25 4
    World Wide Web, Mosaic and NIH; NLM/AHCPR vocabularies for computer-based patient records workshop; Government Information Locator Service; DAB Lindberg on national HPC initiatives at EPA-sponsored Computing in Environmental Management Conference; etc., 1994 Dec
    26 1-2
    Library of Congress introduces THOMAS for public on-line access to Congressional information; DAB Lindberg steps down as NCO/HPCC Director; NSF pilots FastLane; DAB Lindberg talk at Medicine Meets Virtual Reality III workshop; etc., 1995
    26 3
    CSTB/NRC "Evolving the HPCC Initiative" report, DAB Lindberg HPCC presentation materials, ARPA-sponsored Research Fellowships in HPC, etc., 1995 Feb
    26 4
    Visible Human Project, NSTC on national security, copyright and intellectual property rights, etc., 1995 Mar
    26 5
    "Making a Powerful Connection: the Health of the Public and the National Information Infrastructure" conference sponsored by NLM, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, CDC, and AHCPR, and held at NLM, etc., 1994 Sep 1-1995 Apr 19
    26 6
    NSF/ARPA/NASA digital libraries research awards to Stanford (single integrated library), U. Michigan (earth and space science), Alexandria (spatial data), U. Illinois (engineering), CMU (video), UC Berkeley (environment); NLM TOXNET databases; etc., 1995 Apr
    26 7
    Honoring DAB Lindberg as he steps down as NCO Director, etc., 1995 May-Jun
    26 8
    NSTC/CIC [Committee on Information and Communications] (HPCCIT successor) "America in the Age of Information: A Forum on Federal Information and Communications R&D"; telemedicine . . ., 1995 Jul
    27 1
    Western Governors Association "Telemedicine Action Report"; White House Technology Briefing; Visible Human Project; etc., 1995 Aug-Dec
    27 16
    DAB Lindberg on medicine in an electronic world, medicine and the NII, medical issues in digital libraries; telemedicine; NLM Medical Informatics Research Training [grant] Programs; NLM solicits health applications for the NII (Series 7); etc., 1996 Jan-May
    28 1
    DAB Lindberg (NLM) on "Information Exchange and Management in Future Health Care Delivery", etc., 1996 Jun-Sep
    28 2
    Telemedicine; Visible Human Project; impact of the NII on health care, public health, and research; DAB Lindberg on IT and healthcare at Supercomputing '96; etc., 1996 Oct-Dec
    29 2
    LSN/NGI workshop, NGI, Visible Human Project, Congressional Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Telehealth (throughout 1997) . . ., 1997 Jan-Mar
    29 3
    Visible Human Project, telemedicine, NGI, NASA Research and Education Network workshop, etc., 1997 Apr-Sep
    29 4
    NGI, Internet II, and vBNS and their implications for health care; NGI; etc., 1997 Oct-Dec
    29 10
    NSF's Knowledge and Distributed Information (KDI) program; NGI; telemedicine; connecting hospitals et al to the Internet; critical infrastructure protection; Netamorphosis demonstrations; High Confidence Systems Research Agenda workshop; etc., 1998 Jan-Mar
    30 1
    HHS Data Council: reports to Vice President Gore on HHS efforts to promote health care applications of the NII, covering health data standards, privacy, telemedicine) and on enhanced health information for consumers . . . ., 1996 Mar-1998 Mar
    30 2
    DARPA NGI awards, NLM connectivity to NSF vBNS, etc., 1998 Apr-Jun
    30 4
    NGI Congressional briefing, DOE/NSF advanced scientific computation workshop, etc., 1998 Jul-Sep
    30 5
    NLM National Telemedicine Initiative Reverse Site Visit, NGI, etc., 1998 Oct-Dec
    30 10
    "The Information Technology for the 21st Century Act of 1999" bill, etc., 1999 Jan-Mar
    31 1
    Investments in innovation in IT, Digital Libraries Initiative Phase 2, etc., 1999 Apr-Jun
    31 2
    NASA/ARC "Bridging the Gap from Networking Technologies to Applications" workshop report, etc., 1999 Jul-Sep
    31 3
    PITAC Interim NGI Review, NLM on healthcare and the NII, Visible Human Project, etc., 1999 Oct-Dec
    31 11
    Visible Human Project; hearing on S.2046 (2000 Mar 1); PITAC Panel on Transforming the Practice of Health Care, including presentations by DAB Lindberg (NLM); S.2046 hearing on NGI; etc., 2000
    31 20
    Telemedicine; NLM exhibition on the telegraph and the Internet; health information on the Internet; Senate hearing on consumers, health care, and technology; end-to-end network performance; etc., 2001
    32 4
    Visible Human Project; demos for Senate Steering Committee on Telehealth and Healthcare Informatics; DAB Lindberg on biomedical informatics; NLM that advanced computer networks can help improve health care delivery; etc., 2002
    32 6
    High End Computing Revitalization Task Force called for in President's FY 2004 budget, HHS conference on a National Health Information Infrastructure, NLM/NGI Reverse Site Visit, etc., 2003
    32 10
    Creation of National Health Information Technology Coordinator, National Coordinator's report on health IT, celebrating DAB Lindberg's 20th anniversary at NLM (at Library of Congress), etc., 2004
    32 11
    Commission on Systematic Interoperability to develop a strategy for adopting and implementing health care IT standards, authorized in PL 108-173, the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003, 2004 Jul-2005 Oct
    33 3-16
    Transcripts from NITRD and PITAC meetings and from HCMDSS workshop, 2005
    33 17-20
    Transcripts from NITRD Workshop on Interoperability of Software (WINS) planning meeting and PCAST Subcommittee on Networking and IT meetings, 2006
    34 1-4
    Transcripts from NITRD meetings, PCAST Subcommittee on Networking and IT meetings, etc., 2006 Oct 31-Dec 14
    34 16
    PCAST Networking and IT Subcommittee, NLM experimental collaboration on a biomedical data archive and associated journal, Composable and Systems Technologies for High Confidence Cyber Physical Systems workshop, etc., 2005-2009
    34 17-19
    NCO/HPCC, 1992-1994
    35 1-5
    NCO/HPCC, 1995-2007
    36 26
    GAO on interoperability of DoD and VA electronic health record systems, 2001-2013
    36 27
    Bayesian methods in clinical trials, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, IT research challenges for healthcare, etc., 2006-2009
    36 28
    NITRD Health IT R&D (HITRD) Senior Steering Group (DAB Lindberg co-chaired), etc., 2010
    37 1
    NSF Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure Task Force on Data and Visualization; "Big Data" at NITRD, in biomedical research, Obama big data initiative, 2010 Dec 3-2012 Mar 29
    37 2
    NITRD HITRD Health IT Innovation and Development Environment (HITIDE), 2011
    37 3-4
    NITRD HITRD and HITIDE; Todd Park (HHS CTO) "Unleashing the Power of Open Data to Improve Health"; OECD-NSF workshop on smarter health and wellness; Using IBM's Watson to Make Smarter Humanitarian Decisions -- symposium; etc., 2011
    37 5-6
    NITRD HITRD and HITIDE including "identity management" and "patient discovery", 2012
    37 7
    NITRD HITRD, etc., 2013-2015
     
    Series 8: NLM-specific HPCC Broad Area Announcements, 1993-1998 [series]:

    Includes two NLM BAAs (Broad Area Announcements): (a) Biomedical Applications of HPCC, on which NLM collaborated with ARPA, AHCPR, and NIH/NCI, and (b) Biomedical Applications for the NGI, etc.

    16 1
    NLM HPCC BAA PART 1, 1993 Mar-Jun
    16 2
    NLM HPCC BAA PART 2, 1993 Jul-Dec
    21 4
    NLM HPCC BAA PART 3 -- awards, April 20 press conference that included Vice President Gore, 1994 Feb-Aug
    30 3
    NLM NGI BAA: Biomedical Applications for the NGI, 1998 Feb 23-Jul 9
     
    Series 9: President's IT Advisory Committee (PITAC) Activities and Publications and PCAST Publications, 1992-2010 [series]:

    The High-Performance Computing Act of 1991 authorizes "an advisory committee on high-performance computing consisting of non-Federal members, including representatives from the research, education, and library communities, network providers, and industry, who are specially qualified to advise the Director [of OSTP] with advice and information on high-performance computing." It was to provide an independent assessment of Program progress, need for revision, balance among Program components, and whether the Program's R&D "is helping maintain United States leadership in computing technology". Its recommendations were to be "considered in reviewing and revising the Program." The Presidential Advisory Committee on HPCCITNGI (PAC-HPCCITNGI) was established and held its first meeting in February 1997, and subsequently met about three times a year. In 1998 its name was shortened to President's IT Advisory Committee (PITAC). The Next Generation Internet Research Act of 1998 authorized the PITAC to review the HPCC Program's NGI initiative. In 2005 President George W. Bush assigned the responsibilities of the PITAC to the PCAST.

    Includes materials for and from PITAC meetings and PITAC and PCAST reports.

    Items in cartons 39 and 40 were donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC).

    9 9
    Renewing the Promise: Research-Intensive Universities and the Nation. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 65 pages. HPCC 110
    9 11
    High Performance Computing and Communications Panel Report. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 9 pages. HPCC 106
    9 12
    Technology and the American Standard of Living. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 8 pages. HPCC 113
    9 13
    Science, Technology, and National Security. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 21 pages. HPCC 114
    9 14
    Megaprojects in the Sciences. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 41 pages. HPCC 115
    9 15
    Learning to Meet the Science and Technology Challenge. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 57 pages. HPCC 116
    9 16
    Achieving the Promise of the Bioscience Revolution: The Role of the Federal Government. PCAST. 1992 Dec. 16 pages. HPCC 117
    28 16
    Establishment, first meeting, NGI review, HEC, 1997 [subseries]:
     
    (1) Executive Order establishing HPCCITNGI Advisory Committee
     
    (2) Co-chairs B Joy and K Kennedy; members E Benhamou, V Cerf, C-c Chen, D Cooper, SD Dorfman, R Ewald, DJ Farber, SS Fuller, H Garcia-Molina, SL Graham, JN Gray, WD Hillis, DC Nagel, R Reddy, EH Shortliffe, L Smarr, L Vadasz, AJ Viterbi, SJ Wallach
     
    (3) Charter
     
    (4) meetings on 1997 Feb 27-28 (first meeting) and 1997 Dec 9-10
    28 17
    NGI Subcommittee -- DAB Lindberg (NLM) presentation; NIST, NASA, NSF, DOE, DARPA/ITO, and DARPA/ISO briefings; Initial Report to the President: Recommendations on NGI Initiative; Broad-Based Subcommittee meeting, 1997
    39 45
    Meeting materials, etc., 1997 Feb 27-Jun 24 [subseries]:
     
    (1) 1997 Feb 27-28 meeting minutes. 14 pages
     
    (2) Initial review of the plans for the NGI: Letter report from W Joy and K Kennedy, Advisory Committee co-chairs, to JH Gibbons (OSTP). 1997 May 30. 2 pages
     
    (3) Networking Initiatives -- overview. SURA. 1997 Jun 24. 2 pages
     
    (4) HECC Strategic Plan Overview -- Information for Presidential Advisory Committee. L Holcomb (NASA) and PH Smith (DOE), Co-Chairs, High End Computing and Computation Working Group. 1997 Jun 24. 10 pages
    39 51
    Meeting materials, etc., 1998 Mar 11 [subseries]:
     
    (1) High End Subcommittee Status Report
     
    (2) Broad-Based Subcommittee
     
    (3) White House press releases about membership
     
    (4) LSN/NGI update
    29 6
    PITAC Interim Report to the President. NCO/CIC. 1998 Aug. 68 pages
    30 6
    Information Technology Research: Investing in Our Future. PITAC Report to the President. 1999 Feb. 89 pages
    39 63
    PITAC Final Report -- Fact Sheet. 1999 Feb 24 (?). 2 pages
    31 10
    PITAC NGI Review -- NIH binder. 2000 Jan 14
    31 4
    Resolving the Digital Divide: Information, Access, and Opportunity -- Conference Report. PITAC in association with Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. 2000 Feb. 24 pages
    31 8
    Transforming Access to Government Through Information Technology -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2000 Sep. 30 pages
    39 77
    Recommendations of the Panel on Open Source Software For High End Computing. L Smarr and S Graham, Co-Chairs. Includes PITAC Co-Chairs R Reddy and I Wladawsky-Berger transmittal letter to President Clinton. Prepublication copy. 2000 Sep 11. 13 pages
    31 9
    Developing Open Source Software to Advance High End Computing -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2000 Oct. 26 pages
    31 15
    Digital Libraries: Universal Access to Human Knowledge -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Feb. 28 pages
    31 16
    Transforming Health Care Through Information Technology -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Feb. 31 pages
    31 17
    Using Information Technology to Transform the Way We Learn -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2001 Feb. 43 pages
    32 8
    Revolutionizing Health Care Through Information Technology -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2004 Jun. 55 pages
    40 18
    PITAC meeting materials and PITAC brochure. 2004 Jun 17
    40 21
    Meeting materials, 2004 Nov 4 [subseries]:
     
    (1) D Marburger (OSTP) to MR Benioff (Salesforce and PITAC co-chair) with computational science questions he'd like PITAC to address in the NITRD context. 2004 Jun 9. 2 pages
     
    (2) Computational Science Subcommittee: Preliminary Observations. DA Reed, chair. 2004 Nov 4. 23 pages
    48 12
    Cyber Security: A Crisis of Prioritization -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2005 Feb. 68 pages
    40 27
    Computational Science: Ensuring America's Competitiveness -- Report to the President. PITAC. NCO/ITRD. 2005 Jun. 115 pages
    34 9
    Leadership Under Challenge: Information Technology R&D in a Competitive World -- An Assessment of the Federal Networking and Information Technology R&D Program. PCAST. NCO/NITRD. 2007 Aug. 69 pages
    40 39
    Priorities for Personalized Medicine. PCAST. 2008 Sep. 71 pages
    34 14
    Designing a Digital Future: Federally Funded Research and Development in Networking and Information Technology -- PCAST Report to the President and Congress. EOP and PCAST. 2010 Dec. 142 pages
    34 15
    Realizing the Full Potential of Health Information Technology to Improve Healthcare for Americans: The Path Forward -- PCAST Report to the President and Congress. EOP and PCAST. 2010 Dec. 101 pages
     
    Series 10: NASA HPCC, 1995-2017 [series]:

    Topics include workshops, HPCC activities at NASA Centers, and NASA HPCC programs. Donated by James R. Fischer (NASA).

     
    Publications and Reports, 1995-2005; 2017 [subseries]:

    About 60 items. Includes reports from NASA-led and other workshops: Frontiers of Massively Parallel Scientific Computation, Grand Challenge Applications and Software Technology (1993), PetaFlops Architecture Workshop (PAWS '96), Data and Visualization Corridors. Includes HPCC plans and reports from NASA Centers including CSCC and JPL, NASA and other periodicals, and U.S. Global Change Research Program reports.

    40 58
    Detailed inventory and disposition record of the NASA HPCC Program archival holdings collected at NASA. 2017 Jun 12. 760 pages [flash drive]
    40 59
    (1) HPCC Week (1995-1999). (2) "New Technology Week" (1999-2000). King Communications Group. (3) List of HPCC Week and New Technology Week articles about NASA
    35 6
    Selected HPCC Week articles. 1996 Aug 29-2002 May 20
    41 1
    New Technology Week. King Communications Group. 2001-2004
    41 2
    Manufacturing and Technology Week. 2005
    41 3
    (1) NASA HPCC Insights Magazine. 1996-2001. Nearly complete set. (2) List of NASA/ESS articles published therein
    41 4
    enVision: Vol. 15 No. 2: Apr-Jun 1999. Vol. 16 No. 3: Jul-Sep 2000. Vol. 16 No. 4: Oct-Dec 2000. Vol. 17 No. 2: Apr-Jun 2001. Vol. 18 No. 2: Apr-Jun 2002. Vol. 19 No. 2: Apr-Jun 2003. NPACI & SDSC. 1999 Apr-2003 Jun. Overall 1999 Apr-200
    41 5
    access: Fall//Winter 1999; Spring, Summer 2000; Summer, Fall 2001; Spring, Summer, Fall 2002; Spring, Summer 2003; Spring, Summer, Fall 2004; Spring, Fall 2005; Spring 2006. Alliance/NCSA then NCSA
    41 6
    ASC MSRC Journal. 2001 Spring
    41 7
    AHPCRC Bulletin. Vol. 11 No. 1: Spring 2001. Vol. 11 No. 3: Fall 2001. Vol. 11 No. 4: Winter 2001 and Vol. 12 No. 1 -- Spring 2002. Vol. 12 No. 3: Fall 2002. Vol. 13 No. 1: 2003. Vol. 13 No. 2: 2003. Vol. 13 No. 3: 2003
    41 8
    Super Problems for Supercomputers. I Peterson. Science News. 1984 Sep 29. 4 pages
    41 9
    Activities and Operations of the Advanced Computing Research Facility and "The Advanced Computing Research Facility". ANL-86-34. DOE/ANL. 1985 Jan-1986 Jul. 27 pages
    41 10
    Frontiers of Massively Parallel Scientific Computation, Proceedings of first symposium (held 1986 Sep 24-25 at NASA/GSFC) sponsored by NASA and Goodyear Aerospace Corporation. JR Fischer, editor. NASA Conference Publication 2478, 1987. 333 pages
    41 11
    Multiprocessing the Sieve of Eratosthenes. SH Bokhari. IEEE Computer. 1997 Apr. 9 pages
    41 12
    Report From the MPP Working Group to the NASA Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications. JR Fischer, C Grosch, M McAnulty, J O'Donnell, O Storey. NASA Technical Memorandum 87819. 1987 Nov. 64 pages
    41 13
    Supercomputer 22. Amsterdam Universities Computing Centre. 1987 Nov. 54 pages
    41 14
    Proceedings of Frontiers '88, the Second Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. R Mills, editor. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1988 Oct 10-12 (symposium dates). 777 pages
    41 15
    Our Changing Planet: A U.S. Strategy for Global Change Research -- To Accompany the U.S. President's Fiscal Year 1990 Budget. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1989. 43 pages
    41 16
    Our Changing Planet: The FY 1990 Research Plan. The U.S. Global Change Research Program. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1989 Jul. 196 pages
    41 17
    Our Changing Planet: The FY 1990 Research Plan -- Executive Summary. The U.S. Global Change Research Program. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1989 Jul. 46 pages
    41 18
    Supercomputer Hardware: An Update of the 1983 Report's Summary and Tables. IEEE Scientific Supercomputer Subcommittee. Computer, published by the IEEE Computer Society. 1989 Nov. 6 pages
    41 19
    Our Changing Planet: The FY 1991 U.S. Global Change Research Program -- To Accompany the U.S. President's Fiscal Year 1990 Budget. FCCSET Committee on Earth Sciences. 1990. 67 pages
    41 20
    Perspectives: Success Factors in Critical Technologies. CSPP. 1990 Jul. 27 pages
    41 21
    Proceedings of Frontiers '90, the Third Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. J JaJa, editor. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1990 Oct 8-10 (symposium dates). 545 pages
    41 22
    CSC Update -- first issue. Caltech. 1991 Fall. 12 pages
    41 23
    High-Performance Computing Bill Gets Green Light From Congress. CD Marsan. Federal Computer Week. 1991 Dec 2. 1 page
    41 24
    NASA Research Announcement: Research in High Performance Computing. NASA Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology. NRA-92-OSSA-2. 1992 Feb 28. 39 pages
    41 25
    NASA HPCC Program Plan. NASA Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology. 1992 Aug. 122 pages
    41 26
    CSCC Update. 1992 Sep. 12 pages
    41 27
    ARPA Applies Dual-Use to Affordable Defense. WB Scott. Aviation Week & Space Technology. 1993 Apr 12. 1 page
    41 28
    Workshop on Grand Challenge Applications and Software Technology -- program. 1993 May 4-6 (workshop dates). 16 pages
    41 29
    NASA Tests Cooperative Agreements to Procure High-Speed Computer Wares: Would use the systems as a test bed for solutions to computational problems under the HPCC program. E Varon. Federal Computer Week. 1993 Sep 27. 1 page
    41 30
    NASA HPCC, Earth and Space Science Applications Project (ESS) FY93 Annual Report. NASA/GSFC and JPL. 1993 Dec. 57 (?) pages
    41 31
    NASA HPCC Program Annual Report, 1993. L Holcomb, P Smith, P Hunter. NASA Technical Memorandum 4653, NASA Office of Aeronautics, HPCC Office. 1994. 130 pages
    41 32
    NASA HPCC Program brochure and CAS, ESS, IITA, and REE Project data sheets. [1994-1996 (?)]. 19 pages
    41 33
    PSC News. 1994 Mar-Apr. 10 pages
    41 34
    (1) NASA Stimulates Use of Science Data Over the Internet. 1994 Aug 8. (2) NASA Awards Internet Grants and Cooperative Agreements. 1994 Aug 24. (3) Public Use Of Earth And Space Science Data Over The Internet -- proposals due 5/9/1994. Total 59 pages
    41 35
    The Portland Group literature and papers. Portland Group et al. 1994 Oct-1996 Nov
    41 36
    Annual Report 1993-1994 Concurrent Supercomputing Center. CSCC. 144 pages
    41 37
    Proceedings of The Petaflops Frontier Workshop. T Sterling and MJ MacDonald, editors. NASA CESDIS Technical Report Series, Number TR-95-161. 1995 Feb 6 (workshop date). 166 pages
    41 38
    NASA HPCC Program ESS Project: Grand Challenge Applications and Enabling Scalable Computing Testbed(s). NASA CAN-21425/041. 1995 May 15. 54 pages
    41 39
    Highlights of FY 1995 Accomplishment: (1) Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) Project. (2) Computational Aerosciences (CAS) Project. (3) Information Infrastructure, Technology and Applications (IITA). NASA/HPCC Office. 1995 Oct
    41 40
    Center for Advanced Computing Research, Caltech. Brochure and inserts. 1996. 14 pages
    41 41
    DOE MICS [Mathematical, Information, and Computational Science Division] HPCC Program. 1996?. 117 pages
    42 1
    Proceedings of: (1) 1996 PetaFlops Architecture Workshop (PAWS '96). (2) 1996 PetaFlops System Software Summer Study (PetaSoft '96), June 17-21 1996. T Sterling, PAWS chair. I Foster, PetaSoft chair. 1996 Apr 21-25 and 1996 Jun 17-21. ~500 pages
    42 2
    Proceedings of Frontiers '96, the Sixth Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1996 Oct 27-31. 372 pages
    42 3
    Annual Report 1996 -- Center for Advanced Computing Research. Caltech. 72 pages
    42 4
    The Winners of the 1996 Rolex Awards for Enterprise -- includes "Telescopes in Education". Rolex. 1996. 36 pages
    42 5
    HPCC Information On-Line '97: A Collection of On-Line NASA HPCC Resources. NASA. 1997 [cd-rom]
    42 6
    First Workshop on Hybrid Technology MultiThreaded Architecture for Very High Performance Computing. Hosted by Cal Tech and NASA/JPL. 1997 Feb 25-26
    42 7
    Supercomputer Named for Pioneer Researcher at Goddard -- press release and photos from ceremony. NASA. 1997 May 13. 6 pages
    42 8
    The Role of High Performance Computing in Industry: Customer Perspectives and Market Analysis. IDC Consulting IDC#98079. 1998 Sep
    42 9
    Data and Visualization Corridors: Report on the 1998 DVC Workshop Series. PH Smith and J van Rosendale, editors. Sponsored by DOE and NSF. CalTech. [1998 Oct 16 (?)]. 82 pages
    42 10
    Proceedings of the Third Petaflop Workshop (TPF-3). GR Gao, chair. 1999 Feb 22. 68 pages
    42 11
    The Supply of Information Technology Workers in the United States. P Freeman and W Aspray. CRA. 1999 May. 159 pages
    42 12
    Proceedings of Frontiers '99, the Seventh Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation. IEEE Computer Society Press. 1999 Feb 21-25. 311 pages
    42 13
    Harnessing the Power of Netcentricity: A National Research Agenda. Sponsored by DARPA. Robert H. Smith School of Business, U. Maryland. 1999 Dec. 97 pages
    42 14
    Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology. International Technology Education Association. 2000. 256 pages
    42 15
    NPACI Partnership Report 2001. 40 pages
    42 16
    Science Advances 2001. SDSC/UCSD. 2001. 48 pages
    42 17
    Advancing High End Computing: Linking to National Goals. JD Rogers and B Bozeman (both Georgia Tech). IBM Center for The Business of Government. 2003 Sep. 39 pages
    42 18
    Federal Plan for High-End Computing. High-End Computing Revitalization Task Force. NCO/ITRD. 2004 May 10. 77 pages
    42 19
    Proceedings of the [DoD] HPCMP Users Group Conference 2005. IEEE Computer Society Press. 2005 Jun 27-30. 450 pages
     
    HPCC Activities, 1976-1998; 2014 [subseries]:

    HPCC-related activities at NASA. Topics overall include Centers (ARC, GSFC, JPL) and programs (CAS, ESS, IITA, RE&E).

    42 20-44
    Early NASA HPCC photos, initial NASA HPCC activities including applications, NREN (NASA Research and Engineering Network), what became the National HPCC Software Exchange (NHSE), etc., 1976-1992 Jul 14
    43 1-44
    ESS applications, ACTS Experiment, VR, NREN, supercomputing initiative, JNNIE, Grand Challenges workshop, Petaflops workshop, K-12 education workshop, etc., 1991 Jun 5-1994 Mar 24
    44 1-52
    ACTS Experiment, NREN, Digital Library project, IITA K-12 project, NHSE, EOSDIS, Information Power Grid, etc., 1994 Mar 28-1996 Sep 5
    45 1-40
    Science Team, NREN, NHSE, Beowulf, ESMF, NGI, PetaFlops systems, Information Power Grid, etc., 1996 Sep 11-1998 Jul
    46 1-38
    PetaFlops-systems, PITAC, Beowulf, ESMF, etc., 1998 Aug 13-2005 Jul 22
    46 39-49
    Videos: Earth and space, peta(FL)OPS, CAVE, space vehicle simulation, NASA HPCC projects, etc., 1994 Feb 22-2002 Nov 18-22
    47 1-15
    Monthly and quarterly reports, MPP, etc., 1989-1998
    Map Drawer 25 1
    Mission-Driven Climate Computing at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Poster. JR Fischer, design, and L Graham, graphical artist. NASA/GSFC, 2014
     
    Series 11: Publications and Reports Donated by CASC (Coalition for Academic Supercomputing Centers), 1980-2015 [series]:

    Created/authored by CASC and others. Topics include HPCC activities in academia and public policy.

     
    1980-1990 [subseries]:

    About 90 individual items.

    Topics include "Industry and the Universities", "Computing and Higher Education", telecommunications on college and university campuses, "Integrating Computing Throughout the Curriculum", higher education access to supercomputers, scientific computing, scientific data, "Government Information in Electronic Format", export control, HPC R&D strategy, supercomputer sites, Bush Administration, NREN, intellectual property, "Networking for Science", "Modeling Climate Changes", "Science and Technology in the Academic Enterprise", "High Speed Data Networks" and scientific research, Vannevar Bush, NSFNET.

    Publishers include CASC, Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, CRA, EDUCOM, HPCC agencies, NAP, OTA, Supercomputing Review, print media.

    Donated by Susan Fratkin (CASC).

    37 8
    Industry and the Universities: Developing Cooperative Research Relationships in the National Interest. National Commission on Research. 1980 Aug. 51 pages
    37 9
    Computing and Higher Education: an Accidental Revolution. RG Gillespie and DA Dicaro (both U. Washington). Supported by NSF Grant SED-7823790. 1981. 46 pages
    37 12
    Integrating Tech, 1984 Jan 24-1988 Apr
     
    (1) Integrating Communication Technologies on College and University Campuses: The First National Conference on Critical Issues in Strategic Planning, Policy Development and Technology Management. 1984 Oct 9-10
     
    (2) INSTITUTE The Expanding Role of Telecommunications in Higher Education. Co-sponsored by CAEL and the American Association for Higher Education Center for Learning and Telecommunications. August 6-10
     
    (3) Academic Software for Higher Education: Road or Roadblock to Integrating Computing Throughout the Curriculum? SW Gilbert (EDUCOM). 1984 Nov 16. 15 pages
     
    (4) A National Higher Education Network: Issues and Opportunities. EDUCOM NTTF. 1987 May. 19 pages
     
    (5) Building the Network: Access Connectivity Technology Services. EDUCOM NTTF. 1988 April
    37 13
    Supercomputer centers, access, technology and competitiveness, 1984 Sep 24 - 1990 Apr
     
    (1) Workshop on the issues of national supercomputer centers and universities. 5 pages
     
    (2) Access to high performance computer resources for research. Report to OTA. Gillespie, Folkner & Associates. 1990 Apr 12. 36 pages
     
    (3) Technology and Competitiveness: The New Policy Frontier. BR Inman and DF Burton Jr. Foreign Affairs. 1990 Spring
    37 14
    Access to Supercomputers. EI Holmstrom. Higher Education Panel Report Number 69, American Council on Education -- survey funded by NSF, ED, and NEH. 1986 Jan. 28 pages
    37 15
    Issues in Science and Technology. NAS. 1986 Winter. 144 pages. Includes NSF Director Erich Bloch on "Managing for Challenging Times: A National Research Strategy"
    37 16
    Supercomputers, 1986 Jan-Aug 21
     
    (1) Research Activity in American Universities. AB Ashton and LL Leslie. NACUBO [National Association of College and University Business Officers] Business Officer. 1986 Jan. 4 pages
     
    (2) Congress Persists in Approving Funds for Specific Universities. J Long. C&EN. 1986 Jan 20. 2 pages
     
    (3) Computer Networking for Scientists. DM Jennings, LH Landweber, IH Fuchs, DJ Farber, WR Adrion. Science. 1986 Feb 28. 8 pages
     
    (4) 'Supercomputer Famine' on University Campuses May Have Ended. JA Turner. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1986 Apr 23. One page
     
    (5) New Computing in Higher Education. SW Gilbert and KC Green. Change. 1986 May/Jun. 15 pages
     
    (6) NSF Program Announcement: Connections to NSF's National Supercomputer Access Network - (NSFnet) Networking Program. One deadline is 1986 Jun 16. 4 pages
    37 17
    NSF and supercomputer centers, 1986 Sep 30-1987 Feb 15
     
    (1) Preparing for Changing Scientific Computing Environments. Gordon Bell (NSF/CISE). 1986 Sep 30. 8 pages
     
    (2) The N.S.F.'s Maverick Chief: Erich Bloch -- Pushing Ivory-Tower Scientists Into the High-Tech Race. JW Anderson. NYT. 1987 Feb 15. One page
     
    (3) Network Offers Super Swap of Scientific Data: Supercomputer Site Links Help Push Back Horizons of Research Limits by Processing, Sharing Massive Data Files of U.S. Universities, Observatories, . . . . D Steinberg. PC Week. 1987 Feb 3. One page
    37 18
    Technology & U.S. Government Information Policies: Catalysts for New Partnerships -- Report of the Task Force on Government Information in Electronic Format. DK Gapen, N Cline, M Getz, J Loup, B von Wahlde. ARL. 1987 Oct. 33 pages
    37 19
    Global Trends in Computer Technology and Their Impact on Export Control. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1988. 303 pages
    37 20
    Supercomputers, 1988 Oct 24-1989 Jan
     
    (1) Thinking about buying a supercomputer? A Guide for university presidents and chancellors. NASULGC Higher Education and Technology Committee. 1989 Jan. 5 pages
     
    (2) A brief analysis of the OSTP report "A Research and Development Strategy for High Performance Computing" with respect to the national network for higher education. [no date]. 5 pages
     
    (3) A brief analysis of Senator Gore's bill (S.2918) -- National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1988 -- presented at EDUCOM/NTTF meeting. 1988 Oct 24. 14 pages
    37 21
    Networking and Communications Research: Program Announcement. NSF CISE Division of Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure. 1989. 4 pages
    37 22
    NREN: The National Research and Education Network. Coalition for the National Research and Education Network. 1989. 16 pages
    37 23
    PSC on projects in scientific computing, academic consulting and training, high school initiative, PSC News, academic affiliates program, biomedical research program, coursework grants, training, documentation and help, software. 1989-1991. 78 pages
    37 24
    Academic Computing: Covering Computer Use in Higher Education. Academic Computing Publications Inc. 1989 Jan. 66 pages (whole issue)
    37 25
    Supercomputing Information, 1989 Feb 8-Sep 9
     
    (1) U.S. Supercomputer Strategy Unveiled by State & Land-Grant Universities; Five-Point Plan Eyes U.S. Trade Competitiveness, Science Leadership for the 1990's. Contact: S. Fratkin, 1989 Feb 8, 6 pages
     
    (2) C Bender (CASC) establishing CASC. 1989 March. One page
     
    (3) America's Answer to Japan's MITI: A Pentagon agency has taken the lead in Washington's efforts to aid high-tech industries. A Pollack. NYT. 1989 Mar 5. 5 pages
     
    (4) Supercomputers Snapped Up By State Campuses. R Buderi. The Scientist. 1989 Mar 6. 5 pages
     
    (5) C Bender (CASC) to B Wulf (NSF) about the formation of CASC. 1989 Mar 10. 2 pages
     
    (6) A Global Supercomputer Race for High Stakes. Science. 1989 Feb 24. 3 pages
     
    (7) State Funded Computer Centers. [March 1989 (?)]
     
    (8) Broad Support Seen for Incentives on New TV Technology. PT Kilborn. NYT. 1989 May 5. One page
     
    (9) Sen. P Simon to colleagues forwarding NASULGC policy report "Supercomputing for the 1990's: A Shared Responsibility". 1989 May 8. 6 pages
     
    (10) S.1001 "To establish policies and procedures necessary to develop, as a domestically based industry in the United States, a high definition television enterprise . . . .". Introduced by Sen. Al Gore Jr. on 1989 May 16. 4 pages
     
    (11) FAR Council Releases Rules Covering Toshiba Purchases. RA Danca. Federal Computer Week. 1989 May 29. One page
     
    (12) DEC, Thinking Machines Sign Supercomputer Research Pact. J Cox. Digital News. 1989 May 29. One page
     
    (13) Library Officials Blast Information Access Plans. K Taylor. Federal Computer Week. 1989 May 29. One page
     
    (14) Toshiba to Develop Computers Based on Sun Technology. A Pollack. NYT. 1989 May 30. One page
     
    (15) Japan Ahead in Six Key Areas, DoD Says. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jun 8. One page
     
    (16) DARPA Awards HDTV Grants. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jun 22. One page
     
    (17) New Plan Bolsters Supercomputing. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jun 22.
     
    (18) Supercomputing Bill Gets Mixed Reviews. GH Anthes. Federal Computer Week. 1989 Jun 26. 2 pages
     
    (19) Keeping Information Public. Federal Computer Week editorial. 1989 Jun 26. One page
     
    (20) Proposed supercomputing network solicits new lightwave technology. S Salamone. Lightwave. 1989 Feb. One page
     
    (21) Summary of SR 1067 [S.1067] National High-Performance Computer Technology Act of 1989, introduced 1989 May 18 by Sen. A Gore. DS Gale. 1989 Jul. One page
     
    (22) Supercomputer Sites. [1989 Jul (?)]. 2 pages
     
    (23) U.S. SuperCPU Efforts On Wrong Path: IEEE Unit. IEEE Briefs. 1989 Jul 3. One page
     
    (24) Industry Eyes Supercomputer Network. C Duffy. Washington Technology. 1989 Jul 13. 2 pages
     
    (25) Adapso Urges Congress to Act on [Computer] Viruses. S Kellam. Washington Technology. 1989 Jul 13. One page
     
    (26) High-Speed Computer Introduced: Evans & Sutherland Challenges Cray and New Japanese Rivals. A Pollack. NYT. [no date]. One page
     
    (27) supercomputer sites. 1989 Jul 14. 12 pages
     
    (28) HDTV: Boon or boondoggle? JA Savage. Computerworld. 1989 Jul 17. Two pages
     
    (29) U.S. Supercomputer Challenges - Coordinating Efforts to Keep the Lead at Home. S Fernbach and AK McAdams. IEEE United States Activities Supplement to The Institute. 1989 Aug. One page
     
    (30) U.S. Debates Selling Supercomputers to 3 Nations. J Markoff with S Engelberg. NYT. 1989 Aug 20. One page
     
    (31) Bush to Propose $2 Billion, High-Tech Initiative. E Richards. W. Post. 1989 Sep 7. 2 pages
     
    (32) Bush Plan Would Aid Computing. J Markoff. NYT. 1989 Sep 8. 2 pages
     
    (33) Speedy Cray May Slow Its Pace. J Markoff. NYT. 1989 Sep 9. 3 pages
    37 26
    CASC 1989
     
    (1) The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. 1989 Mar. Working draft. 12 pages
     
    (2) Policy Insights: From an Economic Analysis of Proposals for A National Research and Education Network. AK McAdams and T Vietorisz. [no date]. 4 pages
     
    (3) Goals and Plan for NSF Supercomputer Centers FY 91-95. 1989 Mar 23. 31 pages
    37 27
    The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. 1989 Apr. 12 pages
    37 28
    Intellectual Property in the Information Age: Issues Beyond the Copyright Law. SW Gilbert and P Lyman. In: Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. 1989 May-Jun. 56 pages (whole issue)
    37 29
    NSF Network News. NSF Network Service Center. 1989 Jul. 8 pages
    37 30
    Special Report: Super Graphics. In: Supercomputing Review. 1989 Aug. 82 pages (whole issue)
    37 31
    High Performance Computing & Networking for Science: Background Paper. OTA. 1989 Sep. 45 pages
    37 32
    Modeling Climate Changes. In: Supercomputing Review. 1989 Sep. 74 pages (whole issue)
    37 33
    Science and Technology in the Academic Enterprise: Status, Trends, and Issues -- A Discussion Paper. The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable. NAS/NAE/IOM. NAP. 1989 Oct. 114 pages
    37 34
    Summary of Awards FY 1990. NSF CISE Division of Microelectronic Information Processing Systems. 80 pages
    37 35
    High Speed Data Networks Becoming Critical to Most Scientific Research. OTA Press Advisory. 1989 Oct 3. 2 pages
    37 37
    Vannevar Bush: Science -- The Endless Frontier -- A Report to the President on a Program for Postwar Scientific Research -- NSF 40th Anniversary 1950-1990. NSF. 1990. 225 pages
    37 38
    Connections to NSFNET: Program Announcement. NSF CISE Division of Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure. NSF. 1990. 4 pages
    37 39
    Computers in Higher Education: The 1990's -- Current Usage, Responsibilities, and Purchasing Trends -- A Market Study by Globe Research Corporation. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1990. 92 pages
    37 40
    The State of U.S. Science and Engineering: A View from the National Science Board. NSF. 1990 Feb. 6 pages
    37 41
    New Thinking and American Defense Technology. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1990 Aug. 32 pages
     
    1991 [subseries]:

    About 20 items.

    Topics include activities at supercomputer centers (scientific computing, computational science, visualization), "Safe Computing", "Intellectual Property Issues in Software", NREN, "High-Performance Computing for Science", DOE HPCC program, Japan, telecommunications policy, Europe, K-12 math and science education, cyberspace.

    Publishers include Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government; Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning; CSTB/NRC; GAO; HPCC agencies; OTA; Supercomputing Review.

    38 1
    Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1991. 40 pages
    38 2
    SDSC, 1991
     
    (1) Gather/Scatter. 1991 Jan-Feb and Mar-Apr
     
    (2) Computational Science Advances at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. 1991
     
    (3) SDSC Visualization Partners Program
    38 3
    Computers at Risk: Safe Computing in the Information Age. CSTB/NRC. 1991. 317 pages
    38 4
    Intellectual Property Issues in Software. CSTB/NRC. 1991. 125 pages
    38 5
    superquest: the North Carolina Connection -- Supercomputing. North Carolina Supercomputing Center. 1991. 51 pages
    38 6
    II. The Federal Perspective. Susan Fratkin. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. 1991 Jan-Feb. 6 pages
    38 7
    Interview: An Internet User -- Dan Masys [NLM]. In: NSF Network News. 1991 Feb. 10 pages (whole issue)
    38 8
    Science, Technology, and Congress: Expert Advice and the Decision-Making Process. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Feb. 44 pages
    38 9
    White papers submitted for OTA workshop on "The Privatized NREN: Marketplace and Public Policy Issues". 1991 Feb 14 (workshop date)
    38 11
    Seeking Solutions: High-Performance Computing for Science -- Background Paper. OTA. 1991 Apr. 44 pages
    38 12
    Supercomputing workstations, et al. In: Supercomputing Review. 1991 Apr. 72 pages (whole issue)
    38 13
    The DOE Program Component of the Federal HPCC Program. DOE/OER. 1991 Jun. 46 pages
    38 15
    Selling Supercomputers in Japan, et al. In: Supercomputing Review. 1991 Jul. 80 pages (whole issue)
    38 16
    Forum Report: Towards Consensus on American Telecommunications Policy -- A Report on The Sixth Annual Aspen Conference on Telecommunications Policy -- advanced copy. RM Entman (Northwestern U.). 1991 Aug 4-8 (forum dates). 22 pages
    38 17
    High-Performance Computing: High-Speed Computer Networks in the United States, Europe, and Japan. GAO. 1991 Sep. 46 pages
    38 18
    In the National Interest: The Federal Government in the Reform of K-12 Math and Science Education. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Sep. 76 pages
    38 19
    Technology and Economic Performance: Organizing the Executive Branch for a Stronger National Technology Base. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Sep. 58 pages
    38 20
    Special Issue: Communications, Computers and Networks -- How to Work, Play and Thrive in Cyberspace. Scientific American. 1991 Sep. 138 pages (whole issue)
    38 21
    Science, Technology, and Congress: Analysis and Advice from the Congressional Support Agencies. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Oct. 70 pages
     
    1992 [subseries]:

    About 20 items.

    Topics include supercomputer centers, living in the 21st century, NREN including its security policy, technology and America's public schools, U.S. policy (economic and technological, science and technology, telecommunications, competitive strength), National Technology Initiative, Japan, NSF and its vBNS, youth policy and telecommunications, SC'92.

    Publishers include Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government; EDUCOM; FCCSET; HPCC agencies; print media.

    38 22
    National Information Directory of Supercomputer Centers. 1992? 18 pages
    38 23
    A National Information Network: Changing Our Lives in the 21st Century. Institute for Information Studies. 1992. 216 pages
    38 24
    By the Year 2000 First in the World: FY 1993 Budget Summary. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1992 Jan. 65 pages
    38 25
    Foundations of a Security Policy for Use of the National Research and Education Network. AE Oldehoeft (Iowa State U.). NIST IR 4734. 1992 Feb. 55 pages
    38 26
    Technology, computing, public schools, learning, 1992 Feb - 1994 Feb 28
     
    (1) "America's Shame: The creation of the technological underclass in America's public schools -- how we abandoned our children's future", et al. Macworld. 1992 Sep. Photocopy
     
    (2) "Communications Revolution" et al. Nation's Business. 1993 May. Photocopy
     
    (3) The Children's Machine: Computers can restore childlike wonder to learning -- challenging the nature of school itself. Seymour Papert. Technology Review. 1993 Jul. Photocopy
     
    (4) "The Learning Revolution", et al. In: BusinessWeek. 1994 Feb 28
    38 28
    Background info on HPCC 1990s, 1992 Apr 30-1994 Apr 7
     
    (1) NSF Opportunities in HPCC, a component of the U.S. High HPCC Program -- FY 1992 -- Grand Challenge Applications Groups. Deadline 1992 Apr 30. 7 pages
     
    (2) America's Economic-Technological Agenda for the 1990s. JT Schwartz (NYU, formerly DARPA). Daedalus. Winter 1992. 14 pages
     
    (3) Government, Industry to Kick Off [National] Technology Initiative Feb. 12. DOC, DOE, NASA, DOT. 1992 Jan 24. 16 pages
     
    (4) Bush Administration Support for Science and Technology Fact Sheet. EOP/OSTP. 1992 Jan 29. 5 pages
     
    (5) Research and Development in the President's FY 1993 Budget -- statement of D Allan Bromley, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology. EOP/OSTP. 1992 Jan 29. 17 pages
     
    (6) The High Performance Computing Act of 1991: What does it mean to EDUCOM/NTTF? B Gillespie and M Roberts. 1992 Jan 30. 7 pages
     
    (7) Differences between S.4 Title VI and HR.1757. 1994 Apr 7. 5 pages
    38 29
    Japanese Bid to Challenge Cray Research: Supercomputer Firms Want U.S. Presence. J Burgess. W. Post. 1992 May 6. 2 pages
    38 30
    High-Speed Computer Networking For Research and Education. IBM and MCI. 1992 Jun. 26 pages
    38 31
    1992 Directory of Computing Facilities in Higher Education. CH Warlick, editor. U. Texas at Austin Computation Center in cooperation with Seminars for Academic Computing. 1992 Jun 1
    38 32
    1992 Salary Survey of Directors of Computing Facilities in Higher Education. CH Warlick. U. Texas at Austin Computation Center in cooperation with Seminars for Academic Computing. 1992 Jun 1 (?). 32 pages
    38 33
    Japan, 1992 Jun 16-18
     
    (1) iNET'92 (Kobe Japan). 1992 Jun 16-18 (meeting dates)
     
    (2) NYT interview with Steve Chen (Supercomputing Systems). 1992 Jun 3
    38 35
    Network Information Policy Strategy Meeting, 1992 Jul 28-29
     
    (1) NSF Implementation Plan for Interagency Interim NREN. R Aiken (NSF), H-W Braun (SDSC), P Ford (LANL), K Claffy (SDSC, editor). 1992 May 1. 31 pages
     
    (2) NSF NAP and vBNS solicitations RFC. Federal Register. 1992 Jun 15. 5 pages
     
    (3) draft Summary Report of FARNET Workshop on IIREN Evolution. FARNET. 1992. 3 pages
     
    (4) S.2937 Information Infrastructure Technology Act of 1992 info. EDUCOM/NTTF. 1992 Jul 28-29
    38 36
    The Competitive Strength of U.S. Industrial Science and Technology: Strategic Issues. NSB Committee on Industrial Support for R&D. 1992 Aug. 107 pages
    38 38
    Science, Technology, and the States in America's Third Century. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Sep. 73 pages
    38 39
    Japanese Information in Computers, Electronics, & Semiconductors. Preliminary Proceedings. Japan Information Access Project. 1992 Sep 17 (workshop date)
    38 40
    National Technology Initiative Summary Proceedings. USDA, DOC, DOE, NASA, DOT. 1992 Oct. 63 pages
    38 41
    Future Choices: Toward a National Youth Policy. Youth Policy Institute. 1992 Fall. 80 pages. Includes Special Section on Telecommunications
    38 42
    SC '92 materials. 1992 Nov 16-20 (conference dates). (This was the first year that the NCO/HPCC had a booth at SC, the booth donated by NASA)
    38 43
    A Foundation for the 21st Century: A Progressive Framework for the NSF. NSB Commission on the Future of the NSF. 1992 Nov 20. 14 pages. Prepublication copy
    38 44
    Environmental Research and Development: Strengthening the Federal Infrastructure. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Dec. 143 pages
     
    1993 [subseries]:

    About 10 items.

    Topics include "Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science", "Nongovernmental Organizations and Scientific and Technical Advice", "U.S. Information Industry", NSF Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel on HPC and Branscomb report, "Science, Technology, and Government", "Information: An Interconnected World", mass storage, NII and each of: telecommunications, virtual reality, Grand Challenges, National Challenges.

    Publishers include Academic Medicine; Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government; IEEE; NASA/GSFC.

    38 45
    Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science. WJ Kaufmann III (San Diego State U.) and LL Smarr (NCSA and U. Illinois). Scientific American Library. 1993. 249 pages
    38 46
    Facing Toward Governments: Nongovernmental Organizations and Scientific and Technical Advice. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1993 Jan. 113 pages
    38 48
    The U.S. Information Industry -- Creating the 21st Century. FG Splitt (Northern Telecom). Sponsored by National Engineering Consortium. 1993 Mar. 14 pages
    38 49
    NSF Meeting of the Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel on High Performance Computing. 1993 Mar 11-12. Includes presentations by NERSC/LLNL, NASA/ARC, Thinking Machines Corp., Convex, Silicon Graphics Inc., Intel Supercomputers
    38 51
    Science, Technology, and Government for a Changing World. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1993 Apr. 94 pages
    38 52
    Perspectives on Telecommunications in the National Information Infrastructure. IEEE-USA. 1993 May 4-5. 56 pages
    38 53
    Combustion Environment and High Performance Computing: An Opportunity to Solve a Global Problem -- a white paper. IEEE Computer Society. 1993 Jul. 33 pages
    38 55
    National Policy Perspectives -- Information: An Interconnected World. DAB Lindberg. Academic Medicine. 1993 Aug. 2 pages
    38 56
    NCCS Science Highlights -- Supercomputing & Mass Storage Applications Supporting NASA Research for Earth & Space Sciences -- FY93. NASA/GSFC Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS). 101 pages
    38 57
    Leading the Learning Curve: The First 300 Days of The Clinton Technology Policy. R Gaster and R Bradshaw. North Atlantic Research. 1993 Nov. 96 pages
    38 58
    NII and Virtual Environments: demo of prototype solutions to National Challenge and Grand Challenge problems using HPCC enabling technologies and VR -- proposal to NSF et al. TA DeFanti (U. Illinois at Chicago). 1993 Nov 15
     
    1994 [subseries]:

    About 15 individual items.

    Topics include the Internet, clustered workstations, information superhighway / data highway / NII, HPCC, SC'94 (brain surgery, simulation, SCinet).

    Publishers include ARPA, CASC, print media.

    39 1
    CASC brochure. 1994. 6 pages
    39 2
    51 Reasons: How we use the Internet and what it says about the information superhighway. M Stone-Martin and L Breeden (both FARNET), editors. FARNET. 1994. 124 pages
    39 3
    Clustered Workstations: The Dominant Parallel Architecture? J Mohr (Information Technology Solutions). RCI. 1994 Feb. 12 pages
    39 4
    Building Consensus / Building Models: A Networking Strategy for Change. FARNET. 1994 Mar. 98 pages
    39 5
    Building the Data Highway. A Reinhardt. Byte. 1994 Mar. 17 pages. Photocopy
    39 6
    The Netplex -- It's a New Silicon Valley. TA Stewart. Fortune. 1994 Mar 7. 5 pages. Photocopy
    39 7
    The Internet and Your Business. R Tetzeli. Fortune. 1994 Mar 7. 6 pages. Photocopy
    39 8
    ARPA High Performance Computing and Communications Symposium. 1994 Mar 15-18. 13 pages
    39 9
    Special Report: Wonder Chips -- How They'll Make Computing Power Ultrafast and Ultracheap. Business Week. 1994 Jul 4. 7 pages. Photocopy
    39 10
    The Strange New World of the Internet: Battles on the frontiers of cyberspace. P Elmer-Dewitt. Time. 1994 Jul 25. 9 pages
    39 11
    The National Information Infrastructure -- Overcoming the Obstacles: Financial, Regulatory, and Technical. ITAA. 1994 Sep. 36 pages
    39 12
    National Information Infrastructure: Progress Report September 1993-1994. Secretary of Commerce RH Brown, Chair, IITF. 1994 Sep 13. 91 pages
    39 13
    SC 1994 materials, 1994 Nov 14-18
     
    (1) Delicate Operation: Massively Parallel Computing Could Help Guide Brain Surgery, et al. Sandia National Labs News Releases. 1994 Nov 17. 5 pages
     
    (2) Biology and Medicine/Health Care -- exhibitors
     
    (3) Simulation for the Real World: Improving the odds for cancer patients. Cray Research, Inc. 2 pages
     
    (4) SCinet '94. 4 pages
     
    (5) Supercomputing '94 News Release: SCinet -- Super Onramp to the Information Superhighway. 1994 Nov 14. 2 pages
     
    1995 [subseries]:

    About 50 items.

    Topics include Federal funding for science and technology, telecommunications/II, computing research, applications requiring HPCC, "From Desktop to Teraflop" (Branscomb report), U.S. computer industry, NII, cable TV in the NII, higher education and cyberspace, connecting classrooms and libraries and health care organizations, NSF supercomputer centers, the Federal role in supporting R&D to promote economic growth, "Virtual Environments and Distributed Computing at SC'95", Japan.

    Publishers include ACM/IEEE, CASC, CRA, CSPP, IEEE, LANL, NAP, NCO/HPCC, NIIAC, NSF.

    39 14
    Allocating Federal Funds for Science and Technology. NAS/NAE/IOM/NRC Committee on Criteria for Federal Support of R&D. NAP. 1995. 103 pages
    39 15
    The Changing Nature of Telecommunications/Information Infrastructure. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1995. 239 pages
    39 16
    CRA publications, 1995; undated
     
    (1) Computing Research: Driving Information Technology and the Information Industry Forward. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 2 pages
     
    (2) Database Systems: A Textbook Case of Research Paying Off. (c) JN Gray (Microsoft) and CRA. 4 pages
     
    (3) Computer Graphics: Ideas and People from America's Universities Fuel a Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry. (c) ER McCracken (SGI) and CRA. 4 pages
     
    (4) Reduced Instruction Set Computers (RISC): Academic/Industrial Interplay Drives Computer Performance Forward. (c) WN Joy (Sun) and CRA. 4 pages
     
    (5) Computer Networking: Global Infrastructure for the 21st Century. (c) VG Cerf (MCI) and CRA. 6 pages
     
    (6) Information technology is central to our society -- economically and socially. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. One page
     
    (7) America's leadership in information technology is the result of an extraordinarily complex and fruitful long-term partnership among government, industry, and academia. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 2 pages
     
    (8) Government component of this partnership -- ARPA- and NSF-sponsored research -- cannot be pigeon-holed as "basic" or "applied" -- it is best characterized as "fundamental research in support of strategic directions." (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 4 pages
     
    (9) Enormous possibilities still lie ahead -- in fact, the real information revolution is yet to come. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. One page
     
    (10) Continued federal investment is critical to realizing this promise -- to continuing our nation's momentum and to retaining our lead. (c) ED Lazowska and CRA. 2 pages
     
    (11) Related material
     
    (12) A Moment of Truth for America. Signed by 16 CEOs or Chairmen or Presidents of U.S. corporations. 1995 May. One page
     
    (13) CSPP to Sen. Robert Dole. 5/24/1995. Two pages
     
    (14) Also: High Performance Computing in Industry. JD Ingram. [no date.] 4 pages
    39 17
    CASC white papers, 1995-1996
     
    (1) New Faces of Networking. 2 pages
     
    (2) High Performance Computing Builds Competitive Edge for U.S. Auto Industry, Improving Safety and Efficiency. 2 pages
     
    (3) High Performance Computing Improves Medicine and Health Care. 3 pages
     
    (4) The Impact of High Performance Computing on Aerospace and Defense. 2 pages
     
    (5) High Performance Computing Restores and Protects Water Quality. 2 pages
     
    (6) Creating Digital Libraries for the 21st Century. 2 pages
     
    (7) High Performance Computing Provides Understanding of Catastrophic Weather Conditions and Global Climate Change. 2 pages
     
    (8) High Performance Computing -- A Commitment to K-12 Education. 2 pages
     
    (9) Basic Combustion Research Has Implications for Energy, Economy and Environment -- High Performance Computing is Key Tool. 2 pages
     
    (10) High Performance Computing Helps Unravel Cosmological Mysteries. 2 pages
     
    (11) Basic Research in Electrochemistry Could Eliminate Costly Rust and Corrosion Problems -- Supercomputing Holds the Key. 2 pages
     
    (12) Pilot Supercomputing Project is Revolutionizing How Maps are Made -- Expanding Their Importance as a Tool for Multi-disciplinary Research. 2 pages
     
    (13) Hearing is Believing: Harnessing the Power of Sound for Advancing Scientific Research. 2 pages
     
    (14) An Eye to the Future: How High Performance Computing is Leading Basic Brain Research Toward Artificial Vision Systems. 2 pages
     
    (15) High Performance Computing Improves Automotive Products, Builds Competitive Edge for U.S. Auto Industry. 2 pages
     
    (16) Higher Education Holds the Key to High Performance Computing. 2 pages
     
    (17) Improving Health Care Delivery Through High Performance Computing. 2 pages
     
    (18) Safer Roads and Highways Through High Performance Computing. 2 pages
     
    (19) The Impact of High Performance Computing on Biology, Medicine and Biomedical Research. 2 pages
     
    (20) America Leads the Way in Networking Technology. 2 pages
     
    (21) The Impact of High Performance Computing on U.S. Oil Independence. 2 pages
    39 18
    NSF - Branscomb Report - Background, 1995 Jan
     
    (1) Briefing on the Branscomb Report -- From Desktop to Teraflop: Exploiting the U.S. Lead in HPC. MK Vernon (NSF Task Force on the Future of the NSF Supercomputer Centers). 1995 Jan. 8 pages
     
    (2) Beyond 'Big Iron' in Supercomputing. Science. 1998 Mar 27. 3 pages
    39 19
    Freedom to Grow: Public Policy and the U.S. Computer Industry -- Leadership into the 21st Century. CSPP. 1995 Jan. 10 pages
    39 20
    Vision becomes Reality: NIIT's National Telemedicine Network. Journal of the National Information Infrastructure Testbed. 1995 Jan. 69 pages
    39 21
    The Cable Connection: The Role of Cable Television in the National Information Infrastructure -- White Paper. CableLabs. 1995 Jan. 18 pages
    39 22
    Will Higher Education Thrive or Whither in Cyberspace? TJ DeLoughry. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1995 Jan 27. One page
    39 23
    Supercomputing '94: Federal HPCC Program Panel. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Feb. 33 pages
    39 24
    Supercomputer Usage Worldwide: Scientific and Commercial Benefit is Certain but Government is Still the Predominant Sponsor. HJ Wasserman, ML Simmons, AH Hayes. LANL. 1995 Feb. 135 pages
    39 25
    Common Ground: Fundamental Principles for the National Information Infrastructure - First Report of the NIIAC. 1995 Mar. 36 pages
    39 26
    Technical Resources Catalog. NCSA/UIUC. 1995 Spring. 24 pages
    39 27
    HPCC Program, privacy, encryption, publishing, etc., 1995 May-1996 Feb 5
     
    (1) HPCC FY 1995 Estimated and FY 1996 Requested Budgets by Program Components. HPCC FACTS. NCO/HPCC. 1995 May. 2 pages
     
    (2) HPCC Participating Agencies and Contacts. HPCC FACTS. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Dec. 8 pages
     
    (3) AOL Search Raises Issues of Privacy. W. Post. 1996 Jan 26
     
    (4) Pressure Builds to Break Encryption Policy Standoff. New Technology Week. 1996 Jan 22
     
    (5) Publish Your Own Web Pages, But Have Mercy on Us Browsers. WS Mossberg. WSJ. 1996 Jan 18
     
    (6) IBM Compromises on Encryption Keys, U.S. Allows Export of More-Secure Notes. TE Weber. WSJ. 1996 Jan 18
     
    (7) Web Trap: Internet's Popularity Threatens to Swamp The On-Line Services. J Sandberg and B Ziegler. WSJ. 1996 Jan 18
    39 28
    NII 2000 -- Technology Deployment for a National Information Infrastructure. CSTB. 1995 May 23-24 (meeting dates)
    39 29
    Connecting the Nation: Classrooms, Libraries, and Health Care Organizations in the Information Age -- Update 1995. NTIA. 1995 Jun. 41 pages
    39 30
    Higher Education and the NII: From Vision to Reality -- Monterey Conference Proceedings. Sponsored by ALA, ARL, CAUSE, CASC, CNI, CRA, Corporation for Research and Education Networking, Educom, FARNET, IEEE/USA. 1995 Sep. 195 pages
    39 31
    Report of the Task Force on the Future of the NSF Supercomputer Centers Program. NSF. 1995 Sep 15. 115 pages
    39 32
    Supporting Research and Development to Promote Economic Growth: The Federal Government's Role. The Council of Economic Advisers. 1995 Oct. 18 pages
    39 34
    Virtual Environments and Distributed Computing at SC'95: GII Testbed and HPC Challenge Applications on the I-WAY. ACM/IEEE Supercomputing '95. 1995 Nov. 80 pages
    39 35
    Focus Meeting: High Performance Computing in Japan. IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Supercomputing Applications. 1995 Dec 4
     
    1996-2000 [subseries]:

    About 45 items.

    Topics include wireless, information superhighway, cost of research, Internet (including as a government/university/industry partnership), NERSC and ESNET, R&D resources, digital government, NCSA, grid computing, HPC, NGI and "'Have-Not' Universities", the Supercomputing conference, science and technology for "America's Economic Future", networking for higher education, "Big Iron", science and engineering, workforce, nano, biocomplexity, NSF at 50, meeting society's needs, "Networking Health", terascale computing systems, "Digital Divide for Smaller Institutions of Higher Education".

    Publishers include CACM, CASC, Chronicle of Higher Education, EDUCAUSE, Internet2, ISI, MIT, NAP, NCSA/UIUC, NSF, NSTC, U.S. Advisory Council on the NII, print media.

    39 36
    The Emerging World of Wireless Communications. Institute for Information Studies. 1996. 195 pages
    39 37
    A Nation of Opportunity: Realizing the Promise of the Information Superhighway. U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information Infrastructure. 1996 Jan. 107 pages
    39 38
    KickStart Initiative: Connecting America's Communities To The Information Superhighway. U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information Infrastructure. 1996 Jan. 176 pages
    39 39
    The Cost of Research: Examining Patterns of Expenditures Across Research Sectors. Arthur Andersen LLP for The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable. 1996 Mar. 25 pages
    39 41
    iNet96 -- The Internet: Transforming Our Society Now -- Final Program. 1996 Jun 25-28 (meeting dates). 84 pages
    39 42
    (1) NERSC: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center and (2) ESNET: The Energy Sciences Network. 1996 Oct [videocassette]
    39 43
    National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1996. NSF/SBES. 1996 Nov. 160 pages
    39 44
    The Internet as Paradigm. Institute for Information Studies. 1997. 165 pages
    39 46
    Why Bush's "Science: The Endless Frontier" has been a hindrance to the development of an effective civilian technology policy. RR Nelson (Columbia U.). 1997 Mar 2. 19 pages
    39 47
    Toward the Digital Government of the 21st Century: A Report from the Workshop on Research and Development Opportunities in Federal Information Services. H Schorr (USC/ISI) and SJ Stolfo (Columbia U.). 1997 May (workshop dates). 40 pages
    39 48
    Internet2 Member Progress Report. Internet2. 1997 Oct. 116 pages
    39 49
    National Computational Science Alliance: It takes an Alliance to build a Grid. NCSA/UIUC. 1997 Oct 1. 94 pages
    39 50
    Blueprint for the Future of High-Performance Computing, et al. CACM. 1997 Nov. 160 pages (whole issue)
    39 52
    The Internet: A Successful Government-University-Industry Partnership. MIT. 1998 Apr. 19 pages
    39 53
    The Journal of Information Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1. 1998 Jun. 30 pages
    39 54
    INET'98: The Internet Summit -- Final Program Guide. 1998 Jul 21-24 (meeting dates). 84 pages
    39 55
    Will the Next Generation Internet Create a New Class of 'Have-Not' Universities? Conferees from rural institutions say they need federal aid to avoid falling behind. V Kiernan. Chronicle of Higher Education. 1998 Aug 23. 2 pages
    39 56
    CASC: Serving Society through SuperComputers -- Introduction to the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation. DM Davis (CASC Chair '98-'99). 1988 Sep. 10 pages
    39 57
    access: From Supercomputers to the Grid. NCSA/UIUC. 1998 Fall/Winter. 66 pages
    39 58
    SC 98: History of the Conference. 1998 Oct 30. 3 pages
    39 59
    National Forum on Science and Technology Goals -- Harnessing Science and Technology for America's Economic Future: National and Regional Priorities. NRC. NAP. 1999. 173 pages
    39 60
    Advanced Networking for All of Higher Education: Recommendations and Report from the "Institutional Opportunities for Advanced Networking" Net@EDU Conference. EDUCAUSE. 1999 Jan (conference dates). 40 pages
    39 61
    The Information Technology Research Initiative -- Fact Sheet. 1999 Feb (?). 2 pages
    39 62
    Big Iron: Supercomputers are back and changing business, science, and soon even you, et al. Forbes ASAP. 1999 Feb 22. 96 pages (whole issue)
    39 65
    CASC and PCAST, 1999 Sep 30?-Dec 3
     
    (1) CASC position papers [1999 Sep (?)]
     
    (a) Information Technology for the 21st Century -- IT**2. 3 pages
     
    (b) Unmet Opportunities in Science and Engineering. 4 pages
     
    (c) Twenty-First Century Workforce Initiative. 3 pages
     
    (d) Nanoscale Science and Engineering. 3 pages
     
    (e) Biocomplexity in the Environment (BE). 3 pages
     
    (2) P Raven (Chair, PCAST Environment Panel) and J Holdren (Chair, PCAST Energy Panel) to Neal Lane (OSTP) re National Science Board interim report "Environmental Science and Engineering for the 21st Century". 1999 Dec 3. 3 pages
    39 68
    America's Investment in the Future -- NSF Celebrating 50 Years. NSF. 2000. 177 pages
    39 69
    NSF Celebrating 50 Years -- Resource Guide 2000. NSF. 2000. 116 pages
    39 70
    Center for High Performance Computing: the University of Utah. 2000 (?). 12 pages
    39 71
    Making IT Better: Expanding Information Technology Research to Meet Society's Needs. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000. 267 pages
    39 72
    Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet -- prepublication copy. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000
    39 73
    Ensuring a Strong U.S. Scientific, Technical, and Engineering Workforce in the 21st Century. NSTC. 2000 Apr. 49 pages
    39 74
    Terascale Computing System: Program Solicitation NSF 00-29. NSF/CISE. 2000 Apr 3 (deadline). 18 pages
    39 75
    Past Is Prologue: An Interview with Mike Roberts. In: EDUCAUSE review. 2000 Jul-Aug. 64 pages (whole issue)
    39 76
    Envision quarterly science magazine. NPACI & SDSC. 2000 Jul-Sep. 28 pages
    39 78
    Research and Development in Industry: 1998 -- Funds, 1998 -- Scientists and Engineers, January 1999 -- Detailed Statistical Tables. RM Wolfe, Project Officer and Principal Author. NSF/SBES. 2000 Oct. 212 pages
    39 79
    Building a Workforce for the Information Economy. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000 Oct 24. 314 pages. Advance copy
    39 80
    Avoiding the Digital Divide for Smaller Institutions of Higher Education: Recommendations to the President's Information Technology Advisory Committee. EDUCAUSE. 2000 Nov. 8 pages
    39 81
    The Soul of the Ultimate Machine and "3 Research Centers for California". J Markoff. NYT. 2000 Dec 8-10. 4 pages
     
    2001-2005 [subseries]:

    About 40 individual items.

    Topics include "Embedded Computers", "Disruptive Technologies", "Bush Budget", "Science and Engineering Degrees", Internet, broadband, "Next Generation Science", E-Government, research universities, collaboration, supercomputing, cyberinfrastructure, revitalizing high-end computing, Grand Challenges, bioinformatics, Japan, competitiveness, applications requiring HEC, supercomputing centers, national security.

    Publishers include CASC, Council on Competitiveness, CRA, EOP, NAP, NCO/ITRD, NPACI, NSF, NSTC, WTEC, print media.

    40 1
    Embedded, Everywhere: A Research Agenda for Networked Systems of Embedded Computers. CSTB/NRC. 2001. 234 pages
    40 2
    Peer-to-Peer: Harnessing the Power of Disruptive Technologies. A Oram, editor. O'Reilly. 2001 Mar. 447 pages
    40 3
    Bush Budget Trims Science Research To Give Tax Cuts. Roll Call. 2001 Apr 2. One page
    40 4
    Science and Engineering Degrees, by Race/Ethnicity of Recipients: 1990-1998 -- Detailed Statistical Tables. ST Hill. NSF/SBES. 2001 Jun. 97 pages
    40 5
    CASC Members Meet New Challenges. After 2001 Sep 11. 8 pages
    40 6
    Forbes ASAP. 2001 Fall. 28 pages, 2001 Fall
     
    (1) Internet II -- Rebooting the Revolution. M Malone
     
    (2) Why is Broadband So Narrow? SP Pizzo
     
    (3) Anatomy of a System. K Crosby
     
    (4) Note to Feds: Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way. CM Cannon
     
    (5) The Tragedy of the Commons. D McFadden
    40 7
    Partnership Report 2002: Energizing Next-Generation Science. NPACI. 2002. 40 pages
    40 8
    Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government. CSTB/NR. 2002
    40 9
    Preparing for the Revolution: Information Technology and the Future of the Research University. NRC. NAP. 2002. 90 pages
    40 10
    CASC, 2002 Oct 1
     
    (1) Advancing High Performance Computation and Communication through Collaboration. CASC. 2002 Oct 1 (?). 13 pages
     
    (2) Two brochures: Advancing High Performance Computation, Communication, and Collaboration in the Twenty-First Century. CASC. 2002 Oct 1 (?). 9 pages and 13 pages
     
    (3) CASC membership. 2 pages
    40 11
    The Future of Supercomputing: An Interim Report. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2003. 58 pages
    40 12
    Revolutionizing Science and Engineering through Cyberinfrastructure: Report of the NSF Blue-Ribbon Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure. NSF. 2003 Feb 3. 123 pages
    40 13
    Workshop on The Roadmap for the Revitalization of High-End Computing. DA Reed, editor. CRA. 2003 Jun 16-18 (workshop dates). 106 pages
    40 14
    New Technology Week. 2003 Jun 16, Jun 30, Jul 21, Sep 2, Oct 14. 52 pages. Often opened to "The High-End Crusader"
    40 15
    Supporting Science and Security. NR Augustine. W. Post editorial. 2003 Aug 8. One page
    40 16
    Grand Challenges: Science, Engineering, and Societal Advances Requiring Networking and Information Technology Research and Development. IWG/ITRD. NCO/ITRD. 2003 Nov. 56 pages
    40 17
    Bush Administration Science & Technology Accomplishments: Promoting Innovation for a Stronger, Safer America. EOP. 2004 Apr. 8 pages
    40 19
    Science for the 21st Century. NSTC Committee on Science. EOP/NSTC. 2004 Jul. 44 pages
    40 20
    First Annual High Performance Computing Users Conference: Supercharging U.S. Innovation & Competitiveness. Sponsored by DARPA, DOE/NNSA, DOE Office of Science. Council on Competitiveness. 2004 Jul 13 (conference date)
    40 22
    In: Bioinformatics: Transforming Biomedical Research and Medical Care. CACM. 2004 Nov. 144 pages, 2004 Nov
     
    (1) Computational Biology and High-Performance Computing. DA Bader
     
    (2) PetaFLOPS Computing. T Ebisuzaki, R Germain, M Taiji.
    40 23
    WTEC Panel Report on High-End Computing Research and Development in Japan. AW Trivelpiece (chair), R Biswas, J Dongarra, P Paul, K Yelick. WTEC. 2004 Dec. 183 pages
    40 24
    Council on Competitiveness papers, 2005
     
    (1) High Performance Computing: Accelerating Innovation for Global Competitiveness. 2 pages
     
    (2) High Performance Computing and Competitiveness -- Grand Challenge Case Studies
     
    (a) Auto Crash Safety: It's Not Just for Dummies. 4 pages
     
    (b) Customized Catalysts to Improve Crude Oil Yields: Getting More Bang from Each Barrel. 4 pages
     
    (c) Full Vehicle Design Optimization for Global Market Dominance. 4 pages
     
    (d) Keeping the Lifeblood Flowing: Boosting Oil and Gas Recovery from the Earth. 4 pages
     
    (e) Spin Fiber Faster to Gain a Competitive Edge for U.S. Textile Manufacturing. 4 pages
    40 25
    Supercomputer centers, cyberinfrastructure, 2005 Mar 14
     
    (1) Seismic Shift: The nation's supercomputing centers have for years incubated innovation. Now their research agenda is being upended. A Ricadela. InformationWeek. 2005 Mar 14. 3 pages
     
    (2) Peter Freeman of the NSF is driving the shift from providing supercomputing cycles to developing software and services as part of a national cyberinfrastructure. A Ricadela. InformationWeek. 2005 Mar 14. 2 pages
    40 28
    Second Annual High Performance Computing Users Conference Report: Accelerating Innovation for Prosperity. Council on Competitiveness. Sponsored by DARPA, DOE/NNSA, DOE Office of Science, NSF. 2005 Jul 13. 44 pages
    40 29
    Increasing Competitiveness and Safeguarding Our Nation Through High Performance Computation. CASC. 2005 Nov. 12 pages
     
    2006-2015 [subseries]:

    About 30 items.

    Topics include HPC assets and competitiveness, industry and NSF supercomputing resources, "Rising Above the Gathering Storm", "Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing" and competitiveness, cyberinfrastructure, "Impact of High-End Capability Computing", digital data, high-confidence medical devices, exascale, big data.

    Publishers include Aspen Institute, CASC, Council on Competitiveness, DOE, NAP, NAS/NAE/IOM, NCO/NITRD, NCSA/UIUC, NSF.

    40 30
    Harnessing U.S. High Performance Computing Assets: Innovation for American Competitiveness. CASC. 2006. 12 pages
    40 31
    Partnering for Prosperity: Harnessing Our HPC Assets for Competitive Strength -- Industrial Partnerships through the NSF's Supercomputing Resources. Council on Competitiveness. 2006. 26 pages
    40 32
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 2006 Summer. 29 pages
    40 33
    Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing America for a Brighter Economic Future -- Executive Summary. NAS/NAE/IOM. 2007. 15 pages
    40 34
    Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness. CASC. 2007. 13 pages
    40 35
    The Rise of Collective Intelligence: Decentralized Co-Creation of Value as a New Paradigm of Commerce and Culture. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2007. 71 pages
    40 36
    Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery. NSF Cyberinfrastructure Council. 2007 Mar. 61 pages
    40 37
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 2007 Summer. 29 pages
    40 38
    The Potential Impact of High-End Capability Computing on Four Illustrative Fields of Science and Engineering. NRC Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences and Division on Earth and Life Sciences. NAP. 2008. 157 pages. Prepublication copy
    40 40
    Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness -- CASC 20th Anniversary. CASC. 2009. 13 pages
    40 41
    Harnessing the Power of Digital Data for Science and Society: Report of the Interagency Working Group on Digital Data to the Committee on Science of the NSTC. 2009 Jan. 56 pages
    40 42
    SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Winter. 66 pages
    40 43
    High-Confidence Medical Devices: Cyber-Physical Systems for 21st Century Health Care -- A Research and Development Report. NITRD High Confidence Software and Systems Coordinating Group. NCO/NITRD. 2009 Feb. 88 pages
    40 44
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 2009 Spring. 30 pages
    40 45
    SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Spring. 66 pages
    40 46
    Special Section: HPC Projects. In: Scientific Computing World. Europa Science Ltd. 2009 Apr-May. 42 pages (whole issue)
    40 47
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 2009 Summer. 29 pages
    40 48
    SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Fall. 58 pages
    40 49
    Special Issue: The Roadmap to Exascale. SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2010. 64 pages
    40 50
    The Promise and Peril of Big Data. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2010. 66 pages
    40 51
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 2010 Spring. 29 pages
    40 52
    access. NCSA/UIUC. 2010 Summer. 29 pages
    40 53
    Tackling America's 21st Century Challenges. CASC. 2011. 19 pages
    40 54
    Powering Progress & Prosperity. CASC. 2013. 14 pages
    40 55
    Power-Curve Society: The Future of Innovation, Opportunity and Social Equity in the Emerging Networked Economy. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2013. 69 pages
    40 58
    Managing Digital Assets: The Challenge of Creating and Sustaining Intangible Value in a Data-Driven Economy. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2015. 65 pages
    40 59
    sickness and inHealth. J Duffy. In: Johns Hopkins Magazine. 2015 Spring. 64 pages (whole issue)
     
    Series 12: Miscellaneous Publications about HPCC, 1995 [series]:
    2 3-4
    NCO/HPCC Library bibliography, 1995

    Bibliography of contents of the NCO Library, which was started shortly after the NCO was established. There are two bibliographies, one sorted by accession number, the other by date. The Library was curated and these bibliographies were created by NLM librarian Jeff Bridgers. The NCO Library was initially on the shelves of the NCO's small conference room (38A/B1N30Q) at NLM. It was moved to NCO space at NSF when the NCO moved to NSF in December 1995, and was moved back to NLM around 2009. Some additions were made to the bibliography during the NSF years.