Technologies for Homeland Security. Shana Dale Chief of Staff and General Counsel Office of Science and Technology Policy October 29, 2004. The President. Office of Management and Budget. Other Boards, Councils, etc. OSTP.
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Chief of Staff and General Counsel
Office of Science and Technology Policy
October 29, 2004
Office of Management and Budget
Other Boards, Councils, etc.
respect to major policies, plans, programs, & budgets
Chief of Staff& General Counsel
Director for Science
DirectorEducation Social Science
DirectorTelecom & Infm. Tech
**Each Agency is required to request a budget that
sustains the research important for its mission
Director, OSTPCurrent NSTCStructureSeptember 2004
WH: Olsen, NSF: Bement,
Research Business Models
Education & Workforce Dev.
Large Scale Science
Global Change Research
National Security R&D
Networking & Information
Air Quality Research
Human Subjects Research
IWG Physics of the Universe
Nanoscale Science, Eng.
IWG Plant Genome
IWG Dom. Animal Genomics
Manufacturing Research and Development
Toxics & Risks
IWG Prion Research
IWG Trans-boarder Samples
Water Availability & Quality
IWG Multinational Orgs
IWG Earth Observations
R&D Investment Criteria
Research Misconduct Policy
IWG on Dioxin
Social, Behavioral & Econ.
Health and the Environment
1. Prevent terrorist attacks within the U.S.
2. Reduce America’s vulnerability to terrorism
3. Minimize damage and recover from attacks
- Develop & stockpile drugs, vaccines & medical equipment for rapid distribution in emergency situation
Conclusion Economic Sciences
“We refuse to remain idle while modern technology might be turned against us; we will rally the great promise of American science and innovation to confront the greatest danger of our time.”
--President Bush, July 21, 2004