Commerce's Advanced Civilian Technology Strategy enhances U.S. technological capability

August 1994
Business America;Aug94, Vol. 115 Issue 8, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on the major components of the US Department of Commerce's Advanced Civilian Technology Strategy (ACTS) in the effort to integrate economic and trade policy. Development of advanced technologies; Commercialization and deployment of new technologies; Building technological infrastructure; Leadership in government and private sector.


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