The U.S. Science and Technology Workforce, and More from CRS
Noteworthy new and updated reports from the Congressional Research Service, most of which have not been made readily available to the public, include the following (all pdf).
“The U.S. Science and Technology Workforce,” June 20, 2008.
“Nuclear Cooperation Agreement with Russia: Statutory Procedures for Congressional Consideration,” June 20, 2008.
“The Global Nuclear Detection Architecture: Issues for Congress,” July 7, 2008.
“Protection of Classified Information by Congress: Practices and Proposals,” updated May 27, 2008.
“Presidential Appointments to Full-time Positions in Executive Departments During the 109th Congress, 2005-2006,” June 10, 2008.
“The Interagency Security Committee and Security Standards for Federal Buildings,” updated November 23, 2007.
“Earthquakes: Risk, Monitoring, Notification, and Research,” updated June 19, 2008.
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