Building federal capacity within – and through – financial mechanisms, evidence and data, talent and hiring, and culture will equip the U.S. government to solve the most pressing challenges facing our nation.
To address the gap between academic and commercial incentives, the U.S. government should fund centralized research programs, known as FROs, to address well-defined challenges.
FAS and the Center for Clean Energy Innovation at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) are seeking bold project ideas for a new non-profit foundation that will advance the mission of the Department of Energy.
The Federation of American Scientists (FAS), in support of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT, is seeking bold people and ideas to tackle persistent and emerging transportation and infrastructure issues across the United States.
GILD envisions a future where innovation is embedded into the culture of government and public policy to radically improve services and build public trust.
We must not only make investments in emerging technologies, but also experiment with new ways of solving problems.
To inform the Administration’s new strategy, we pulled together a curated set of ideas from our extensive portfolio of nonpartisan, actionable ideas in science and technology policy.