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Department of Defense Appropriations Bill, 2003

Excerpt: Appropriations for most military functions of the Department of Defense are provided for in the accompanying bill for the fiscal year 2003. This bill does not provide appropriations for military construction, military family housing, civil defense, or nuclear warheads, for which requirements are considered in connection with other appropriations bills.

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Ondcp Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse

By: John P. Walters

Excerpt: The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse prepared this fact sheet to summarize current information on juveniles and illicit drugs. This fact sheet includes information on youth drug use, juvenile drug-related crime, and programs designed to prevent or treat youth drug abuse. Overview: Drug abuse is costly to our society as a whole but is especially harmful to our youth. Youth’s immature physical and psy...

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Affidavit Introduction

By: Randall Thomas

Excerpt: I am a Special Agent (SA) of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and have been so employed for five years. I am presently assigned to the FBI’s Los Angeles Division. I am currently assigned to a foreign counterintelligence investigation, in the course of which I have received training and briefings on foreign counterintelligence matters. While attending the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, I received a block of instruction in conducting foreign counterin...

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Compilation of Intelligence Laws and Related Laws and Executive Or...

By: Porter J. Goss

Excerpt: In enacting this legislation, it is the intent of Congress to provide a comprehensive program for the future security of the United States; to provide for the establishment of integrated policies and procedures for the departments, agencies, and functions of the Government relating to the national security; to provide a Department of Defense, including the three military Departments of the Army, the Navy (including naval aviation and the United States Marine Cor...

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Strategic Research at Los Alamos

By: Rajan Gupta

Excerpt: Los Alamos National Laboratory is a scientific institution whose primary mission is to be a steward of the nation’s nuclear deterrent. In a broader context, the Laboratory’s mission is to preserve the security and safety of the United States against present and future threats. To anticipate future threats and develop the necessary ideas and technologies to detect, foil, and mitigate possible attacks, we must be working at the cutting edge of research in many bra...

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The Fy 1992 Nuclear Test Program: Julin

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As Gpo's Online Services Surge in Popularity, Kansas City Bookstor...

By: Andrew M. Sherman

Excerpt: With nearly a quarter of a million titles available online and free of charge, and with public retrievals exceeding 32 million every month, GPO Access, a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), has become one of the principal tools for providing public access to official U.S. Government information. As a result, the GPO is phasing out its 13 remaining brick-and-mortar bookstore operations outside Washington, D.C., an action that will significantly ...

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Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory of the University of California

By: C. L. Mader
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Government Printing Office Unveils a New Logo for the 21St Century

By: C. Michael Bright

Excerpt: The U.S. Government Printing Office has adopted a new logo to symbolize its transformation from an ink-on-paper provider to a digital data delivery organization. The new logo reflects GPO’s determination to meet the evolving information needs of its client agencies and to serve an increasingly digital-aware American public.

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 2000...

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Industrial Security Letter

Excerpt: 2004 James S. Cogswell Award Recipients: Mr. Stephen F. Lewis, Acting Deputy Director for Industrial Security, DSS, announced the 2004 DSS James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Awards on September 29, 2004, during the Annual Seminar of the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) in Dallas, TX. Eight facilities were selected for the annual award honoring organizations that establish and continue to maintain a superior industrial sec...

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Training Equipment (Various Types)

Excerpt: Training Equipment (Various Types)...

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On a Method of Helping Colleagues Abroad: ‘The American Refusenik

By: Jeremy J. Stone

Excerpt: In April, 1969, the World Federation of Scientific Workers adopted a Declaration on the Rights of Scientific Workers which included: Right to Employment; Scientific Workers should have the right to work in accordance with their scientific capabilities and Government should endeavor to ensure this right.” This would certainly seem to apply to the Jewish refuseniks. The work should be “commensurate with his qualifications and knowledge .“ And “the circumstances un...

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Space Weapons or Space Arms Control

By: Richard L. Garwin

Excerpt: Now is the time for nations to discuss and possibly to negotiate a ban on weapons in space and on anti-satellite tests. The U.S. Congress should think more deeply than it has yet about the threats to the United States and the cost and effectiveness of various defenses. Since the resources for National Missile Defense could be used for competing military needs, as well as for other needs of the society that NMD is supposed to protect, major attention should be gi...

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Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles Tracki...

Excerpt: Defense Security Cooperation Agency Excess Defense Articles Tracking Report For FY 1998...

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Learning about Victims of Crime : A Training Model for Victim Serv...

By: Carol Watkins Ali, Ph. D.

Excerpt: In 1997, a discretionary grant from the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) funded a 5-year demonstration project for the development and implementation of Victim Services 2000 (VS2000)- a model for comprehensive, coordinated, and seamless delivery of services to meet the needs of crime victims at a particular site. In the VS2000 model, onsite...

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Telegram from the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Excerpt: West. In part this is true because the army itself believes these policies to be correct, and in part because to reach an accommodation with the West would expose the army leaders to charges of selling out to the neocolonialists from leftist Indonesian elements independent of the PKI. Specifically, the army is deeply involved in confrontation with Malaysia and, despite some indications that its leaders are having second thoughts about this policy, it is unlikely...

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F/A-22 Raptor

By: Christopher Bolkcom

Introduction: Air Force officials regard the F/A-22 program as the service’s highest aviation priority. Designed as a fighter with attack capability, the F/A-22 Raptor uses the latest developments in stealth technology to reduce the probability of detection by enemy radar as well as thrust-vectoring engines for more maneuverability and avionics that fuse and display information from on-board and off-board sensors in a single battlefield display. The first prototype of th...

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Dsca-Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 02

Excerpt: DSAA- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries For Fiscal Year 02...

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Fas Public Interest Report Journal of the Federation of American S...

By: Andrew M. Sessler

Excerpt: The Soviet Academy of Sciences is now facing enormous problems. Its workers must spend increasing amounts of time coping with the overhead of life as economic and health conditions in the Soviet Union deteriorate. With scientists and their staffs only working part of each day, projects languish. The Academy may soon even lack a budget for its applied research; conceivably, applied researchers may have to find, inside or outside the country, sources of support th...

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