Appendix B Colloquium Participants

Alfred V. Aho, Bellcore

Edward B. Altman, IBM Corporation

Laszlo A. Belady, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation

Herbert D. Benington, UNISYS Defense Systems

Kathleen C. Bernard, Cray Research, Inc.

Barry Boehm, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

John P. Boright, U.S. Department of State

Jane Bortnick, Congressional Research Service

Charles N. Brownstein, National Science Foundation

Kelly W. Bryant, II, U.S. Department of Labor

Thomas Buckholtz, General Services Administration

James H. Burrows, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Virginia L. Castor, Office of the Secretary of Defense

Al Crawford, American Express

James W. Curlin, Office of Technology Assessment

John G. Dardis, U.S. Department of State

Renato A. DiPentima, Social Security Administration

Larry E. Druffel, Carnegie Mellon University

Robert Elson, House Science, Space and Technology Committee

David Farber, University of Pennsylvania

Gilbert Fayl, Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities

Charles Feld, Frito-Lay, Inc.

Charles Ferguson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

W. James Fischer, Andersen Consulting

Kenneth Flamm, The Brookings Institution



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Keeping the U.S. Computer Industry Competitive: System Integration Appendix B Colloquium Participants Alfred V. Aho, Bellcore Edward B. Altman, IBM Corporation Laszlo A. Belady, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation Herbert D. Benington, UNISYS Defense Systems Kathleen C. Bernard, Cray Research, Inc. Barry Boehm, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency John P. Boright, U.S. Department of State Jane Bortnick, Congressional Research Service Charles N. Brownstein, National Science Foundation Kelly W. Bryant, II, U.S. Department of Labor Thomas Buckholtz, General Services Administration James H. Burrows, National Institute of Standards and Technology Virginia L. Castor, Office of the Secretary of Defense Al Crawford, American Express James W. Curlin, Office of Technology Assessment John G. Dardis, U.S. Department of State Renato A. DiPentima, Social Security Administration Larry E. Druffel, Carnegie Mellon University Robert Elson, House Science, Space and Technology Committee David Farber, University of Pennsylvania Gilbert Fayl, Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities Charles Feld, Frito-Lay, Inc. Charles Ferguson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology W. James Fischer, Andersen Consulting Kenneth Flamm, The Brookings Institution

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