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Responding to National Needs, 1994 - 2001: Supplement to Appendices

Published

Author(s)

Diane Cunningham, P J. Deutsch, J M. Ives, S L. Kelley, Keith R. Martin, J V. Norris

Abstract

Information contained in this document updates and expands the data presented in the Appendices of the report Responding to National Needs: The National Bureau of Standards Becomes the National Institute of Standards and Technology 1969-1994, by James F. Schooley, November 2000 (NIST SP-955). It will also be posted on the NIST Virtual Library (http://nvl.nist.gov).
Citation
Responding to National Needs, 1994 - 2001: Supplement to Appendices

Keywords

history, NBS, NBS/NIST, NIST, technical projects at NBS/NIST
Created July 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017