supply, on which DOD should focus. He also discussed the requirement for citizenship and the pressures that this places on the workforce supply; the globalization of science and technology; and what options there are to mitigate the tension between the two. Hermann also culled points made in the question-and-answer period, including the importance of the technician workforce and the constraints imposed by conflict-of-interest rules on the workforce moving between DOD and defense contractors—a point made by Norman Augustine from his own experience moving from the Department of the Army.
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