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RESEARCH RESTRUCTURING AND ASSESSMENT: Can We Apply the Corporate Experience to Government Agencies? Contents  Part 1 —   Introduction       1  Introductory Comments William C. Harris   3  Part 2 —   Industry Perspectives       2  Research Restructuring and Assessment at IBM James C. McGroddy   7     3  Research Restructuring and Assessment at AT&T William F. Brinkman   20     4  Research Restructuring and Assessment at Ford John P. McTague   27     5  Research Restructuring and Assessment at Xerox John Seely Brown   36  Part 3 —   NSF Perspectives       6  Performance Assessment Activities at NSF Anne C. Petersen   47     7  Identification of Issues for General Discussion Susan E. Cozzens   52  Part 4 —   Discussion and Synthesis       8  Additional Discussion by Workshop Participants   59     9  Synthesis Viewpoint: What Did We Learn Today? John H. Moore   68     Appendix: Workshop Participants   71

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