p. i). It notes that "there is already existing government policy which covers the preference and advantages to government selection of voluntary standards (e.g., consensus standards). This policy is contained in OMB Circular No. A-119 Revised 10/20/93, `Federal Participation in the Development and Use of Voluntary Standards'" (p. 14).

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    The interaction between pricing and architecture was the focus of a special interdisciplinary panel at the 1995 Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (September 30—October 2, Solomons, Maryland). Entitled "Architecture and Economic Policy: Lessons from the Internet," the panel featured papers prepared jointly by network technologists and economists, which were revised for spring 1995 publication in the journal Telecommunications Policy.

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