The report’s seven appendixes provide additional background information to support the committee’s assessment: the statement of task; biographies of committee members; a list of the fact-finding sessions, briefings, and documents reviewed since the 2002 annual report; a compilation of previous findings and recommendations from Phase II and Phase III reports; a memorandum of April 2000 from the Undersecretary regarding the delegation of acquisition executive authority; a summary of key findings in recent external independent reviews; and correspondence between the DOE Office of Science and the National Academies regarding the 2002 assessment report.

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