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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 Appendixes

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 A NIST Organizational Structure and Staffing Trends FIGURE A.1 Organizational structure of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The organizational structure of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is presented graphically in Figure A.1. The organizational structure of the seven NIST Measurement and Standards Laboratories, including their divisions and the groups within each division, is outlined in the following list.

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF NIST LABORATORIES BUILDING AND FIRE RESEARCH LABORATORY (BFRL) Materials and Construction Research Division Structures Construction Metrology and Automation Inorganic Materials Polymeric Materials Office of Applied Economics Building Environment Division HVAC&R Equipment Performance Mechanical Systems and Controls Heat Transfer and Alternative Energy Systems Computer-Integrated Building Processes Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation Fire Research Division Fire Fighting Technology Fire Metrology Analysis and Prediction Integrated Performance Assessment Materials and Products CHEMICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY (CSTL) Biotechnology Division DNA Technologies Bioprocess Measurements Structural Biology Biomolecular Materials Process Measurements Division Fluid Flow Process Sensing Thermometry Pressure and Vacuum Thermal and Reactive Processes Fluid Science Surface and Microanalysis Science Division Microanalysis Research Surface and Interface Research Analytical Microscopy

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 Physical and Chemical Properties Division Chemical Reference Data Computational Chemistry Experimental Properties of Fluids Theory and Modeling of Fluids Cryogenic Technologies Analytical Chemistry Division Spectro-chemical Methods Organic Analytical Methods Gas Metrology and Classical Methods Molecular Spectrometry and Microfluidic Methods Nuclear Methods ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY (EEEL) Office of Microelectronics Programs Office of Law Enforcement Standards Quantum Electrical Metrology Division Fundamental Electrical Measurements Applied Electrical Metrology Quantum Devices Optoelectronics Division Sources, Detectors, and Displays Optical Fiber and Components Optoelectronic Manufacturing Semiconductor Electronics Division Enabling Devices and ICs CMOS and Novel Devices Electronic Information NIST AML Nanofab Electromagnetics Division Radio-Frequency Electronics Radio-Frequency Fields Magnetics INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY (ITL) Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division Mathematical Modeling Mathematical Software Optimization and Computational Geometry Scientific Applications and Visualization

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 Information Access Division Speech Retrieval Image Visualization and Usability Digital Media Software Diagnostics and Conformance Testing Division Software Quality Standards and Conformance Testing Interoperability Advanced Network Technologies Division High Speed Network Technologies Wireless Communications Technologies Internetworking Technologies Statistical Engineering Division Metrology Statistics and Computation Statistical Modeling and Analysis Boulder Statistics Computer Security Division Security Technology Systems and Network Security Security Management and Assistance Security Testing and Metrics MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING LABORATORY (MEL) Precision Engineering Division Large-Scale Coordinate Metrology Engineering Metrology Surface and Microform Metrology Nanoscale Metrology Manufacturing Systems Integration Division Systems Integration for Manufacturing Applications Design and Process Enterprise Systems Manufacturing Simulation and Modeling Manufacturing Standards Metrology Manufacturing Metrology Division Mass and Force Machine Tool Metrology

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 Manufacturing Process Metrology Sensor Development and Application Fabrication Technology Division Intelligent Systems Division Machine Systems Control Systems Systems Integration Perception Systems Knowledge Systems MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING LABORATORY (MSEL) Ceramics Division Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials Characterization Methods Nanotribology Data Standards and Technology Nanomechanical Properties Materials Reliability Division Materials Characterization Process Sensing and Modeling Structural Materials Materials Evaluation Polymers Division Characterization and Measurement Electronics Materials Biomaterials Multiphase Materials Processing Characterization Multivariant Measurement Methods Metallurgy Division Thin Film and Nanostructure Processing Magnetic Materials Materials Performance Thermodynamics and Kinetics NIST Center for Neutron Research Reactor Operations and Engineering Neutron-Condensed Matter Science Research Facility Operations

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 PHYSICS LABORATORY (PL) Electron and Optical Physics Division Photon Physics Far UV Physics Electron Physics Optical Technology Division Optical Thermometry and Spectral Methods Optical Properties and Infrared Technology Optical Sensor Laser Applications Time and Frequency Division Ion Storage Time and Frequency Services Atomic Standards Optical Frequency Measurements Atomic Physics Division Atomic Spectroscopy Quantum Processes and Metrology Plasma Radiation Laser Cooling and Trapping Ionizing Radiation Division Radiation Interactions and Dosimetry Neutron Interactions and Dosimetry Radioactivity Quantum Physics Division STAFFING TRENDS, FY 1995-2004 In Chapter 1 of this report, Figure 1.1 presents aggregate data on staffing trends for the seven NIST Measurement and Standards Laboratories for the past decade. In this appendix, Figures A.2 through A.8 provide laboratory-by-laboratory staffing trends for the same period of time.

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 FIGURE A.2 Building and Fire Research Laboratory employment trends, 1995-2004. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP). FIGURE A.3 Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory employment trends, 1995-2004. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP).

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 FIGURE A.4 Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory employment trends, 1995-2004. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP). FIGURE A.5 Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) employment trends, 1995-2004. Data from FY 1995-1996 reflect combined spending for the Computer Systems Laboratory and the Computing and Applied Mathematics Laboratory. In FY 2003, Consolidated Computer System and NIST overhead-supported ITL activities were transferred to the NIST Chief Information Officer. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP).

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 FIGURE A.6 Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory employment trends, 1995-2004. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP). FIGURE A.7 Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory employment trends, 1995-2004. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP).

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An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Measurement and Standards Laboratories: Fiscal Years 2004 – 2005 FIGURE A.8 Physics Laboratory employment trends, 1995-2004. NOTE: FTP = full-time permanent employees; FTE = full-time-equivalent employees (FTP + other than FTP).