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Sensors and Sensor Networks

By: Filbert J. Bartoli

Excerpt: In recent years, sensor research has been undergoing a quiet revolution, promising to have significant impact on a broad range of applications relating to national security, health care, the environment, energy, food safety, and manufacturing. The convergence of the Internet, communications, and information technologies with techniques for miniaturization has placed sensor technology at the threshold of a period of major growth. Emerging technologies can decreas...

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Technical Data Cat XI

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Editorial Note

Excerpt: The Embassy in Djakarta was hampered in its reporting on events in the areas outside the capital by the general confusion and chaos of the initial conflict between the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI) on one hand and the Indonesian Army and anti-Communist forces on the other. At first the Embassy viewed the fighting and violence as a potential military/guerrilla conflict and concentrated on the PKl's armed activity and its potential for terrorism. In telegram 1215...

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Naval Ships’ Technical Manual Chapter 096 Weights and Stability

Excerpt: Stability And Loading Data: // In addition to the Inclining Experiment Data, a discussion of stability and loading is prepared for // inclusion in the Damage Control Books. For ships which do not have Damage Control Books, a discussion of // stability and loading will be issued as a separate booklet. // a. The discussion provides operating personnel with the information pertaining to stability and buoyancy necessary // to: // 1 Permit proper control of loading. ...

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Fy 03 Authorized Semi-Auto Assault Weapons under Section 38 Aeca

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Plutonium Technology

By: Dana Christensen

Excerpt: From the time the first gram of reactor-produced plutonium was shipped to Los Alamos in 1944 to process into pure metal, the Laboratory was called upon to develop the knowledge base and the technology to handle, process, and utilize this man made material for both wartime and peacetime uses. Now, over 50 years later, the Cold War is over and difficult problems regarding the safe dismantlement of nuclear warheads and deposition of plutonium are requiring developm...

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Technical Assistance, Publications, And Information Resources Unit

By: Tapir

Excerpt: The Office for Victims of Crime’s (OVC’s) Technical Assistance, Publications, and Information Resources Unit (TAPIR) is responsible for developing and disseminating information that supports victim service providers and allied professionals. This important mission is achieved through four TAPIR components.

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Making Appropriations for Foreign Operations, Export Financing, An...

By: Shawn M. Callahan

Excerpt: Subsidy Appropriation: For the cost of direct loans, loan guarantees, insurance, and tied-aid grants as authorized by section 10 of the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945, as amended, $683,000,000 to remain available until September 30, 2001: Provided, That such costs, including the cost of modifying such loans, shall be as defined in section 502 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974: Provided further, That such sums shall remain available until 2013 for the disbu...

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Biological Databases and Informatics

Excerpt: The National Science Foundation (NSF) believes that future advances in the biological sciences will depend both upon the creation of new knowledge and upon effective management of proliferating information. The biological sciences have become increasingly data rich. Developing integrated views of species, development and evolution, documenting species diversity and tracking long-term environmental change are just a few examples of biological research programs th...

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 2000

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The U.S. Navy: Directions for the Future

By: Matthew S. Meselson

Excerpt: The Navy underwent a major funding surge during the first term of the Reagan administration, and submitted plans for shipbuilding that would propel the US into a 600- ship Navy for the 1990s and beyond. Even during this period of plenty, the Navy had hard choices to make. But now that the lean years have come, the Navy will have to make major changes in the ambitious building plans set out by Navy Secretary John Lehman. (A summary of the Navy’s justification for...

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Usg Humanitarian Assistance and Reconstruction Activities in Iraq

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Training Resource Guide

Excerpt: The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), an agency within the Office of Justice Programs (OJP), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), was formally established by Congress in 1988 through an amendment to the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA). VOCA was largely an outcome of the 1982 President’s Task Force on Victims of Crime and established not only the Crime Victims Fund (CVF) and OVC but also separate program initiatives to address the rights and needs of all crime ...

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Solar Energy: Handle Urgently but with Care

By: George W. Rathjens

Excerpt: FAS Council Member Robert Williams, the guest editor of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists series, initial] y advised that government solar energy planning suffered from a “fishbowl mentality.” Officials were afraid to innovate by subsidizing risky research. But that was what was needed and, indeed, it could be very cheap in a field that needed more old-style inventors at the workbench. The solar area was full of good ideas and very exciting. The problem was ...

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

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Dsaa- Foreign Military Sales Detailed Deliveries for Fiscal Year 01

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Police Use of Force Collection of National Data

By: Lawrence A. Greenfeld

Excerpt: This report was written by Lawrence A. Greenfeld, Patrick A. Langan, and Steven K. Smith of the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Information on the programs at the National Institute of Justice was provided by Robert J. Kaminski. Jodi Brown assisted with verification. Tom Hester and Tina Dorsey edited and produced the report, assisted by Jayne Robinson. Marilyn Marbrook supervised final production, assisted by Yvonne Boston.

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Aids : The Long Haul

By: Robert A. Weinberg

Excerpt: Seven years of experience with the AIDS crisis have dispelled many of the fears and hopes that were attached to the epidemic when it was first recognized. We now know how many of us are infected with the AIDS virus, HIV, and have reasonable estimates of the rate at which it will spread. As Jeffrey Harris describes here, the virus is increasingly understood as contained in a well defined, high risk population with a, thus far, circumscribed spread into the genera...

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