Dr. Roland Schmitt, President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NAS Chair)
Mr. John Betti, former Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, U.S. Department of Defense
Dr. Gerald Epstein, International Security and Commerce Program, Office of Technology Assessment, United States Congress
Lt. General Lincoln Faurer (retired), U.S. Air Force, former Director, National Security Agency
Dr. Alexander Flax, Home Secretary, National Academy of Engineering
Dr. Clifford Gaddy, Foreign Policy Studies Program, Brookings Institution
Dr. Seymour Goodman, Department of Management Information Systems, University of Arizona
Ms. Khristine L. Hall, Esq., Program Director, Public Affairs Governmental Programs, IBM
Dr. John Harvey, Center for International Security and Arms Control, Stanford University
Dr. Harvey Nathanson, Chief Scientist, Applied Sciences & Electronic Systems Division, Science and Technology Center, Westinghouse Electric Company
Dr. Richard O'Brien, President, Coming USSR, Ltd.
Dr. John Rittenhouse, Senior Vice President for Technology Programs, General Electric Company
Mr. Glenn Schweitzer, Director, Office for Central Europe and Eurasia, National Research Council
Dr. Mitchel B. Wallerstein, Deputy Executive Officer, National Research Council
Dr. Albert Westwood, Vice President for Research and Technology, Martin Marietta Corporation
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Appendix II: Participants, Agenda, and Initial Framework for the Second U.S. National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting on Dual-Use Technologies, May 12-20, 1992, Washington, D.C. ."
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