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Introduction

E. William Colglazier, Executive Officer, National Research Council

It is my pleasure this morning to introduce Daniel Goldin, who has been the administrator of NASA since April 1992.

We all recognize that he has truly been an agent of change in bringing revitalization and reform to NASA, especially during this period of budget stringency. Mr. Goldin has promoted significant new collaborations between the United States and Russia in space, particularly on the international space station. Before he joined NASA, he was vice president and general manager of TRW Space and Technology Group. He has vast experience in international cooperation and an exceptional grasp of the challenges and potential of new technologies. It is a great pleasure to have him address the conference this morning.



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International Friction and Cooperation in High-Technology Development and Trade: Papers and Proceedings Introduction E. William Colglazier, Executive Officer, National Research Council It is my pleasure this morning to introduce Daniel Goldin, who has been the administrator of NASA since April 1992. We all recognize that he has truly been an agent of change in bringing revitalization and reform to NASA, especially during this period of budget stringency. Mr. Goldin has promoted significant new collaborations between the United States and Russia in space, particularly on the international space station. Before he joined NASA, he was vice president and general manager of TRW Space and Technology Group. He has vast experience in international cooperation and an exceptional grasp of the challenges and potential of new technologies. It is a great pleasure to have him address the conference this morning.