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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).

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Industry and the Universities: Developing Cooperative Research Relationships in the National Interest. National Commission on Research. 1980 Aug. 51 pages
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Computing and Higher Education: an Accidental Revolution. RG Gillespie and DA Dicaro (both U. Washington). Supported by NSF Grant SED-7823790. 1981. 46 pages
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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
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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
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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
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Issues in Science and Technology. NAS. 1986 Winter. 144 pages. Includes NSF Director Erich Bloch on "Managing for Challenging Times: A National Research Strategy"
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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
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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
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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
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Global Trends in Computer Technology and Their Impact on Export Control. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1988. 303 pages
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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
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Networking and Communications Research: Program Announcement. NSF CISE Division of Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure. 1989. 4 pages
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NREN: The National Research and Education Network. Coalition for the National Research and Education Network. 1989. 16 pages
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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
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Academic Computing: Covering Computer Use in Higher Education. Academic Computing Publications Inc. 1989 Jan. 66 pages (whole issue)
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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
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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
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The National Research and Education Network: A Policy Paper. EDUCOM NTTF. 1989 Apr. 12 pages
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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)
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NSF Network News. NSF Network Service Center. 1989 Jul. 8 pages
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Special Report: Super Graphics. In: Supercomputing Review. 1989 Aug. 82 pages (whole issue)
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High Performance Computing & Networking for Science: Background Paper. OTA. 1989 Sep. 45 pages
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Modeling Climate Changes. In: Supercomputing Review. 1989 Sep. 74 pages (whole issue)
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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
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Summary of Awards FY 1990. NSF CISE Division of Microelectronic Information Processing Systems. 80 pages
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High Speed Data Networks Becoming Critical to Most Scientific Research. OTA Press Advisory. 1989 Oct 3. 2 pages
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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
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Connections to NSFNET: Program Announcement. NSF CISE Division of Networking and Communications Research and Infrastructure. NSF. 1990. 4 pages
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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
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The State of U.S. Science and Engineering: A View from the National Science Board. NSF. 1990 Feb. 6 pages
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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.

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Projects in Scientific Computing. PSC. 1991. 40 pages
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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
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Computers at Risk: Safe Computing in the Information Age. CSTB/NRC. 1991. 317 pages
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Intellectual Property Issues in Software. CSTB/NRC. 1991. 125 pages
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superquest: the North Carolina Connection -- Supercomputing. North Carolina Supercomputing Center. 1991. 51 pages
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II. The Federal Perspective. Susan Fratkin. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. 1991 Jan-Feb. 6 pages
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Interview: An Internet User -- Dan Masys [NLM]. In: NSF Network News. 1991 Feb. 10 pages (whole issue)
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Science, Technology, and Congress: Expert Advice and the Decision-Making Process. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1991 Feb. 44 pages
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White papers submitted for OTA workshop on "The Privatized NREN: Marketplace and Public Policy Issues". 1991 Feb 14 (workshop date)
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Seeking Solutions: High-Performance Computing for Science -- Background Paper. OTA. 1991 Apr. 44 pages
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Supercomputing workstations, et al. In: Supercomputing Review. 1991 Apr. 72 pages (whole issue)
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The DOE Program Component of the Federal HPCC Program. DOE/OER. 1991 Jun. 46 pages
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Selling Supercomputers in Japan, et al. In: Supercomputing Review. 1991 Jul. 80 pages (whole issue)
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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
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High-Performance Computing: High-Speed Computer Networks in the United States, Europe, and Japan. GAO. 1991 Sep. 46 pages
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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
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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
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Special Issue: Communications, Computers and Networks -- How to Work, Play and Thrive in Cyberspace. Scientific American. 1991 Sep. 138 pages (whole issue)
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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.

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National Information Directory of Supercomputer Centers. 1992? 18 pages
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A National Information Network: Changing Our Lives in the 21st Century. Institute for Information Studies. 1992. 216 pages
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By the Year 2000 First in the World: FY 1993 Budget Summary. FCCSET Committee on Education and Human Resources. 1992 Jan. 65 pages
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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
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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
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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
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Japanese Bid to Challenge Cray Research: Supercomputer Firms Want U.S. Presence. J Burgess. W. Post. 1992 May 6. 2 pages
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High-Speed Computer Networking For Research and Education. IBM and MCI. 1992 Jun. 26 pages
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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
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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
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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
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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
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The Competitive Strength of U.S. Industrial Science and Technology: Strategic Issues. NSB Committee on Industrial Support for R&D. 1992 Aug. 107 pages
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Science, Technology, and the States in America's Third Century. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1992 Sep. 73 pages
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Japanese Information in Computers, Electronics, & Semiconductors. Preliminary Proceedings. Japan Information Access Project. 1992 Sep 17 (workshop date)
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National Technology Initiative Summary Proceedings. USDA, DOC, DOE, NASA, DOT. 1992 Oct. 63 pages
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Future Choices: Toward a National Youth Policy. Youth Policy Institute. 1992 Fall. 80 pages. Includes Special Section on Telecommunications
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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)
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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
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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.

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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
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Facing Toward Governments: Nongovernmental Organizations and Scientific and Technical Advice. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1993 Jan. 113 pages
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The U.S. Information Industry -- Creating the 21st Century. FG Splitt (Northern Telecom). Sponsored by National Engineering Consortium. 1993 Mar. 14 pages
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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
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Science, Technology, and Government for a Changing World. Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government. 1993 Apr. 94 pages
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Perspectives on Telecommunications in the National Information Infrastructure. IEEE-USA. 1993 May 4-5. 56 pages
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Combustion Environment and High Performance Computing: An Opportunity to Solve a Global Problem -- a white paper. IEEE Computer Society. 1993 Jul. 33 pages
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National Policy Perspectives -- Information: An Interconnected World. DAB Lindberg. Academic Medicine. 1993 Aug. 2 pages
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NCCS Science Highlights -- Supercomputing & Mass Storage Applications Supporting NASA Research for Earth & Space Sciences -- FY93. NASA/GSFC Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS). 101 pages
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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
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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.

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CASC brochure. 1994. 6 pages
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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
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Clustered Workstations: The Dominant Parallel Architecture? J Mohr (Information Technology Solutions). RCI. 1994 Feb. 12 pages
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Building Consensus / Building Models: A Networking Strategy for Change. FARNET. 1994 Mar. 98 pages
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Building the Data Highway. A Reinhardt. Byte. 1994 Mar. 17 pages. Photocopy
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The Netplex -- It's a New Silicon Valley. TA Stewart. Fortune. 1994 Mar 7. 5 pages. Photocopy
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The Internet and Your Business. R Tetzeli. Fortune. 1994 Mar 7. 6 pages. Photocopy
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ARPA High Performance Computing and Communications Symposium. 1994 Mar 15-18. 13 pages
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Special Report: Wonder Chips -- How They'll Make Computing Power Ultrafast and Ultracheap. Business Week. 1994 Jul 4. 7 pages. Photocopy
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The Strange New World of the Internet: Battles on the frontiers of cyberspace. P Elmer-Dewitt. Time. 1994 Jul 25. 9 pages
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The National Information Infrastructure -- Overcoming the Obstacles: Financial, Regulatory, and Technical. ITAA. 1994 Sep. 36 pages
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National Information Infrastructure: Progress Report September 1993-1994. Secretary of Commerce RH Brown, Chair, IITF. 1994 Sep 13. 91 pages
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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.


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Allocating Federal Funds for Science and Technology. NAS/NAE/IOM/NRC Committee on Criteria for Federal Support of R&D. NAP. 1995. 103 pages
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The Changing Nature of Telecommunications/Information Infrastructure. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 1995. 239 pages
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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
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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
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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
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Freedom to Grow: Public Policy and the U.S. Computer Industry -- Leadership into the 21st Century. CSPP. 1995 Jan. 10 pages
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Vision becomes Reality: NIIT's National Telemedicine Network. Journal of the National Information Infrastructure Testbed. 1995 Jan. 69 pages
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The Cable Connection: The Role of Cable Television in the National Information Infrastructure -- White Paper. CableLabs. 1995 Jan. 18 pages
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Will Higher Education Thrive or Whither in Cyberspace? TJ DeLoughry. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 1995 Jan 27. One page
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Supercomputing '94: Federal HPCC Program Panel. NCO/HPCC. 1995 Feb. 33 pages
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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
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Common Ground: Fundamental Principles for the National Information Infrastructure - First Report of the NIIAC. 1995 Mar. 36 pages
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Technical Resources Catalog. NCSA/UIUC. 1995 Spring. 24 pages
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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
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NII 2000 -- Technology Deployment for a National Information Infrastructure. CSTB. 1995 May 23-24 (meeting dates)
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Connecting the Nation: Classrooms, Libraries, and Health Care Organizations in the Information Age -- Update 1995. NTIA. 1995 Jun. 41 pages
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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
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Report of the Task Force on the Future of the NSF Supercomputer Centers Program. NSF. 1995 Sep 15. 115 pages
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Supporting Research and Development to Promote Economic Growth: The Federal Government's Role. The Council of Economic Advisers. 1995 Oct. 18 pages
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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
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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.

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The Emerging World of Wireless Communications. Institute for Information Studies. 1996. 195 pages
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A Nation of Opportunity: Realizing the Promise of the Information Superhighway. U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information Infrastructure. 1996 Jan. 107 pages
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KickStart Initiative: Connecting America's Communities To The Information Superhighway. U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information Infrastructure. 1996 Jan. 176 pages
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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
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iNet96 -- The Internet: Transforming Our Society Now -- Final Program. 1996 Jun 25-28 (meeting dates). 84 pages
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(1) NERSC: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center and (2) ESNET: The Energy Sciences Network. 1996 Oct [videocassette]
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National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1996. NSF/SBES. 1996 Nov. 160 pages
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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
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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
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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
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Blueprint for the Future of High-Performance Computing, et al. CACM. 1997 Nov. 160 pages (whole issue)
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The Internet: A Successful Government-University-Industry Partnership. MIT. 1998 Apr. 19 pages
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The Journal of Information Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1. 1998 Jun. 30 pages
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INET'98: The Internet Summit -- Final Program Guide. 1998 Jul 21-24 (meeting dates). 84 pages
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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
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CASC: Serving Society through SuperComputers -- Introduction to the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation. DM Davis (CASC Chair '98-'99). 1988 Sep. 10 pages
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access: From Supercomputers to the Grid. NCSA/UIUC. 1998 Fall/Winter. 66 pages
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SC 98: History of the Conference. 1998 Oct 30. 3 pages
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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
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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
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The Information Technology Research Initiative -- Fact Sheet. 1999 Feb (?). 2 pages
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Big Iron: Supercomputers are back and changing business, science, and soon even you, et al. Forbes ASAP. 1999 Feb 22. 96 pages (whole issue)
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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
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America's Investment in the Future -- NSF Celebrating 50 Years. NSF. 2000. 177 pages
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NSF Celebrating 50 Years -- Resource Guide 2000. NSF. 2000. 116 pages
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Center for High Performance Computing: the University of Utah. 2000 (?). 12 pages
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Making IT Better: Expanding Information Technology Research to Meet Society's Needs. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000. 267 pages
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Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet -- prepublication copy. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000
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Ensuring a Strong U.S. Scientific, Technical, and Engineering Workforce in the 21st Century. NSTC. 2000 Apr. 49 pages
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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
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Building a Workforce for the Information Economy. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2000 Oct 24. 314 pages. Advance copy
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Avoiding the Digital Divide for Smaller Institutions of Higher Education: Recommendations to the President's Information Technology Advisory Committee. EDUCAUSE. 2000 Nov. 8 pages
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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.

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Embedded, Everywhere: A Research Agenda for Networked Systems of Embedded Computers. CSTB/NRC. 2001. 234 pages
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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
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Science and Engineering Degrees, by Race/Ethnicity of Recipients: 1990-1998 -- Detailed Statistical Tables. ST Hill. NSF/SBES. 2001 Jun. 97 pages
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CASC Members Meet New Challenges. After 2001 Sep 11. 8 pages
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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
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Partnership Report 2002: Energizing Next-Generation Science. NPACI. 2002. 40 pages
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Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government. CSTB/NR. 2002
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Preparing for the Revolution: Information Technology and the Future of the Research University. NRC. NAP. 2002. 90 pages
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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
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The Future of Supercomputing: An Interim Report. CSTB/NRC. NAP. 2003. 58 pages
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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"
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Supporting Science and Security. NR Augustine. W. Post editorial. 2003 Aug 8. One page
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Grand Challenges: Science, Engineering, and Societal Advances Requiring Networking and Information Technology Research and Development. IWG/ITRD. NCO/ITRD. 2003 Nov. 56 pages
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Bush Administration Science & Technology Accomplishments: Promoting Innovation for a Stronger, Safer America. EOP. 2004 Apr. 8 pages
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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)
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.

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Harnessing U.S. High Performance Computing Assets: Innovation for American Competitiveness. CASC. 2006. 12 pages
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Partnering for Prosperity: Harnessing Our HPC Assets for Competitive Strength -- Industrial Partnerships through the NSF's Supercomputing Resources. Council on Competitiveness. 2006. 26 pages
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access. NCSA/UIUC. 2006 Summer. 29 pages
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Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing America for a Brighter Economic Future -- Executive Summary. NAS/NAE/IOM. 2007. 15 pages
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Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness. CASC. 2007. 13 pages
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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
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Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery. NSF Cyberinfrastructure Council. 2007 Mar. 61 pages
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access. NCSA/UIUC. 2007 Summer. 29 pages
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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
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Academic Innovation in Advanced Computing: Accelerating U.S. Competitiveness -- CASC 20th Anniversary. CASC. 2009. 13 pages
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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
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SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Winter. 66 pages
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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
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access. NCSA/UIUC. 2009 Spring. 30 pages
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SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Spring. 66 pages
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Special Section: HPC Projects. In: Scientific Computing World. Europa Science Ltd. 2009 Apr-May. 42 pages (whole issue)
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access. NCSA/UIUC. 2009 Summer. 29 pages
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SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2009 Fall. 58 pages
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Special Issue: The Roadmap to Exascale. SciDAC Review. DOE Office of Science. 2010. 64 pages
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The Promise and Peril of Big Data. D Bollier, rapporteur. The Aspen Institute. 2010. 66 pages
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access. NCSA/UIUC. 2010 Spring. 29 pages
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access. NCSA/UIUC. 2010 Summer. 29 pages
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Tackling America's 21st Century Challenges. CASC. 2011. 19 pages
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Powering Progress & Prosperity. CASC. 2013. 14 pages
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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
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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
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sickness and inHealth. J Duffy. In: Johns Hopkins Magazine. 2015 Spring. 64 pages (whole issue)