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pages v and vi Contents Preface Contributors Part I: The Issue 1. Analysis, Governance, and the Need for Better Institutional Arrangements M. Granger Morgan and Jon Peha Part II: Background 2. Technical Advice for Congress: Past Trends and Present Obstacles Bruce L.R. Smith and Jeffrey K. Stine 3. The Origins, Accomplishments, and Demise of the Office of Technology Assessment . Robert M. Margolis and David H. Guston 4. Science and Technology Advice for Congress: Insights from the OTA and Other Assessment Experiences David H. Guston 5. The European Experience Norman J. Vig Part III: Possible Institutional Models 6. Thinking about Alternative Models M. Granger Morgan and Jon Peha 7. An Expanded Analytical Capability in the Congressional Research Service, General Accounting Office, or the Congressional Budget Office Christopher T. Hill 8. Expanded Use of the National Academies Complex John Ahearne and Peter Blair 9. Expanding the Role of the Congressional Fellowship Program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Albert H. Teich and Stephen J. Lita 10. A Lean, Distributed Organization To Serve Congress M. Granger Morgan, Jon Peha, and Daniel E. Hastings 11. A Dedicated Organization in Congress Gerald L. Epstein and Ashton B. Carter 12. An Independent Analysis Group That Works Exclusively for Congress, Operated by a Nongovernmental Organization Caroline S. Wagner and William A. Stiles Jr. Part IV: Moving toward Solution 13. Where Do We Go from Here? M. Granger Morgan and Jon Peha Appendix 1: The Technology Assessment Act of 1972 Appendix 2: Details on the National Academies Complex Index About the Editors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Science and state United States, Technology and state United States, United States, Congress, Office of Technology Assessment