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North Carolina Governor's Letter about Centennial

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
20301 MAIL SERVICE CENTER -RALEIGH, NC 27699-0301

MICHAEL F. EASLEY GOVERNOR

United States Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899

Dear Friends:

March 16, 2001

North Carolina proudly salutes the National Institute of Standards and Technology on its One Hundredth Anniversary.

Since 1901, the states have welcomed NIST as a partner in building the economic strength and well being of America. Across this 100-year span, NIST has made major contributions to the Nation's technological progress and has been a reliable source of assistance to industry, science and government.

Now that NIST is on the threshold of its second century, North Carolina looks forward to a continued partnership with NIST to build an advanced science and technology infrastructure the foundations needed to ensure future progress and prosperity for U.S. industry, North Carolina and the Nation.

With kindest regards, I remain

MFE:sjs

Very truly yours,

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Michael F. Easley

LOCATION: 116 WEST JONES STREET -RALEIGH, NC - TELEPHONE: (919) 733-5811

 

Notice of Online Archive: This page is no longer being updated and remains online for informational and historical purposes only. The information is accurate as of 2001. For questions about page contents, please inquiries [at] nist.gov (contact us).
Created July 30, 2013, Updated March 9, 2017