- Published: September 2011
- Region: Global
Science & Government News (Technical Insights)
- Published: January 2006
- Frost & Sullivan
Each issue of Science and Government Report provides you with the latest information on the political battles and behind-the-scenes maneuvering that decides the fate of scientific funding and who gets it. Our exclusive, frank interviews with senior government research officials, congressional leaders, and representatives of major research organizations provide you with a unique insider's view. Science and Government Report's acclaimed editor, David Kramer, is well-known for his ability to ferret our information from the Washington powerbrokers to help you anticipate and prepare for the direction of federal policy. His extensive contacts inside the Washington beltway are your entrée into the halls of power.
Special regular features provide extra value:
- In Print provides concise summaries of hard-to-find documents published by the White House, government agencies, Congress, and other sources. Many of these publications have limited print runs. Our prompt notices enable you to obtain a copy before supplies are depleted.
- In Brief takes you behind the scenes on Capitol Hill... into a meeting of a House committee reviewing a budget proposal... into the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy... into the offices of key personnel at major research agencies.
- Q&As -- in depth interviews with key federal decision-makers and other influential members of the science policy establishment.
No other resource provides you with such timely insights into emerging issues and political realities that drive scientific research funding.
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