Technology Policy Task Force Hearing Summary: The Technical Enterprise for Computers, Communications, and Manufacturing in the 21st Century : Report Prepared for the Technology Policy Task Force; Transmitted to the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, First Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987 - Computer industry - 52 pages
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application related technologies appropriate role automation balancing organizational control basic research Branscomb added Branscomb noted BUDDY MACKAY capital gains cern Chairman MacKay Communication and Computers companies Congressman Packard asked consortia cooperation corporate cost of capital decentralized creative decision DOUG WALGREN effort engineering research centers environment factory renewal Federal Government foreign funding Government support hearing important infrastructure investment JIMMY HAYES joint June 25 labor laboratory and mission leverage ment mission agency national laboratories national priority National Science Advisor Nelson responded Policy Task Force President private sector problems product development R&D tax credits research and development response RON PACKARD Science Advisor sectorally specific consensus Seifert responded SEMATECH semiconductor industry specific consensus mechanisms strategies strong OSTP Sumney tax capital gains tech technical Technology Policy Task thing THOMAS McMILLEN TIM VALENTINE tion TOM LEWIS U.S. competitiveness U.S. Government U.S. industry U.S. manufacturing U.S. technological universities VHSIC