Commerce Secretary Carlos M. Gutierrez today announced that 17 individuals have been selected to participate in the Commerce Science and Technology Fellowship (ComSci) Program. Established in 1964 and later enacted by Congress, ComSci is a 10-month policy study and leadership program that is open to career senior federal employees from any government agency. The ComSci Program takes its participants behind the scenes to learn about science and technology policy-making and management from the brightest minds in government, industry and academia.
"This year marks the induction of the 40th class of ComSci Fellows," said Gutierrez. "The individuals selected to participate in this esteemed program will have the opportunity to gain an in-depth knowledge of the intricacies of science and technology policy at the national and international levels. The insights that ComSci Fellows pass on have and will continue to ensure that the technical and scientific leadership of the United States will endure."
For a list of the 2008-2009 ComSci Fellows see "Commerce Secretary Gutierrez Announces Selection of 2007-2008 Commerce Science and Technology Fellows."
For more information on the ComSci program, go to www.comsci.gov.