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Appendix L Other Materials and References Received by the Committee The references listed in this appendix are organized into the following nine categories: General Decision-Making References, Non-DOE References Relevant to DOE-EM. General DOE-EM References, General OST References, Crosscutting Programs References, D&D Focus Area and Other FETC References. Mixed Waste Focus Area and Other INEEL References, Subcon Focus Area and Other Savannah River Site References, and Tanks Focus Area and Other Hanford Site References. General Decision-Making References Arkes, Hal R., and Kenneth R., Hammond, eds. 1986. Judgment and Decision Making: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. (Arkes and Hammond 19861. Baird, B. 1989. Managerial Decisions Under Uncertainty. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Baird, 19891. Behn, R. D. and I. D. Vaupel. 1982. Quick Analysis for Busy Decision Makers. New York: Basic Books. (Behn, and Vaupel, 1982~. Bodily, S.E. ~985. Modern Decision Making. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Bodily, ~9851. Brown, R.V. A.S. Kahr., and C. Peterson. 1974. Decision Analysis for the Manager. New York: Holt. (Brown, Kahr, and Peterson, 19741. Buede, Dennis M., and Daniel T. Maxwell. 1995. Rank Disagreement: A Comparison of Multi-Cr~ter~a Methodologies. Journal of Multi-Cr~teria Decision Analysis, Vol. 4.: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Pp. 1-21. (Buede and Maxwell, 1995~. Bunn, D. 1984. Applied Decision Analysis. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Buhn, 1984~. Chernoff, H. and L. Moses. 1959. Elementary Decision Theory. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Chernoff, and Moses, 1958~. Corbin, Ruth, and A. A. ]. MarIey. 1974. Random Utility Models with Equality: An Apparent, but Not Actual, Generalization of Random Utility Models. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Vol. ~ I: p.p. 274-293. (Corbin and Mariey, 1974~. Cooper, Robert G. 1993. Winning at New Products: Accelerating the Process from Thea to Launch. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. (Cooper, 1993~. Dawes, R. 1988. Rational Choice in an Uncertain World. San Diego, CA.: Harcourt Brace. (Dawes, 19881. 197

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198 Decision Making in the DOE-OST Easton, A. 1973. Complex Managerial Decisions Involving Multiple Objectives. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Easton, 1973). Edwards, Allen Louis. 1954. Statistical Methods for the Behavioral Sciences. New York: Rinehart. (Edwards, 1954). Epstein, Marc J. 1995. Measuring Corporate Environmental Performance. (Epstein, 1995). Farquhar, Peter H., and Anthony R. Pratkanis. 1993. Decision Structuring with Phantom Alternatives. Management Sciences, Vol.39 (10): October. Institute of Management Sciences. Pp. 1214-1226. (Farquhar and Pratkanis, 1993). Fishburn, P.C. 1964. Decision and Value Theory. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Fishburn, 1964). French, S. 1986 Decision Theory: An Introduction to the Mathematics of Rationality. London: John Wiley & Sons. (French, 1986). Hammond, John S., Ralph L. Keeney, and Howard Raiffa. 1999. Smart Choices: A Practical Guide to Making Better Decisions. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press. (Hammond, Keeney, and Raiffa, 1999). Hammond, Kenneth R. 1996. Human Judgment and Social Policy: Irreducible Uncertainty, Inevitable Error, Unavoidable Injustice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. (Hammond, 1996). Hammond, Kenneth R., Gary H. McClelland, and Jeryl Mumpower. 1980. Human Judgment and Decision Making: Theories, Methods, and Procedures. New York, NY: Praeger Publishers. (Hammond, McClelland, and Mumpower, 1980). Hogarth, R. 1987. Judgment and Choice, 2nd. ed . New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Hogarth, 1987). Holloway, C.A. 1979 Decision Making Under Uncertainty. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall. (Holloway, 1979). Howard, Ronald A. 1966. Dynamic Programming and Markov Processes. Cambridge, MA: Technology Press of MIT. (Howard, 1966). Howard, R.A., and J.E. Matheson (eds.). 1983. The Principles and Applications of Decision Analysis. Palo Alto, CA.: Strategic Decisions Group. (Howard and Matheson, 1983). Kahneman, Daniel, Paul Slovic, and Amos Tversky. 1982. Judgement Under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. (Kahneman, Slovic, and Tversky, 1982). Keeney, Ralph L. Value-Focused Thinking: A Path to Creative Decision-Making. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (Keeney, 1992). Keeney, R.L., and H. Raiffa. 1976. Decisions with Multiple Objectives. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Keeney and Raiffa, 1976). Lander, Lynn, David Matheson, Michael M. Menke, and Derek L. Ransley. 1995. Improving the R&D Decision Process. Industrial Research Institute: Research-Technology Management, January- February. . (Lander, Matheson, Menke and Ransley, 1995). Levary, Reuven, and Neil E. Seitz. 1990. Quantitative Methods for Capital Budgeting. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western Publishing Company. (Levary and Seitz, 1990). Lindley, D.V. 1985. Making Decisions. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Lindley, 1985). Luce, R.D., and H. Raiffa. 1958. Games and Decisions. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Luce and Raiffa, 1958). March, James G. 1994. A Primer on Decision Making: How Decisions Happen. New York, NY: The Free Press. (March7 1994). March, James G. 1999. The Pursuit of Organizational Intelligence. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, Inc. (March, 1999). March, James G., and Roger Weissinger-Baylon. 1986. Ambiguity and Command: Organizational Perspectives on Military Decision-Making. Marshfield, MA: Pitman Publishing, Inc. (March and Weissinger-Baylon, 1986). Martino, J. 1995. R&D Project Selection. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Martino, 1995).

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Appendix ~ Other Materials and References Receiver] Matheson, D. and J. Matheson. 1998. The Smart Organization. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Press. (Matheson and Matheson, 1998~. Matheson' David, James E. Matheson, and Michael M. Menke. 1995. Improving your R&D decision 199 making. CHEMTECH (June 25~. American Chemical Society. pp. 13-16. (Matheson, Matheson, & Menke, 1995~. Matheson, David, James E. Matheson, and Michael M. Menke. 1994. Making Excellent R&D Decisions. Industrial Research Institute: Research-Technology Management, November-December. (Matheson, Matheson, and Menke, 1994~. Matheson, James E. and Michael M. Menke. 1994. Using Decision Quality Pnuciples to Balance Your R&D Portfolio. Industrial Research Institute: Research-Technology Management, May-June. (Matheson and Menke, 1994). Menke, Michael M. 1997. Essentials of R&D Strategic Excellence. Research Technology Management. (Menke, 1997a). Menke, Michael M. 1997. Managing R&D for Competitive Advantage. Research Technology Management. (Menke, 1997b). Menke, Michael M. 1994. R&D Quality Tools. Research Technology Management. (Menke, 1994~. Pratt, J., H. Raiffa, and R. Schlaifer. 1965. Introduction to Statistical Decision Theory. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Pratt, Raiffa, and Schaifler, 1965~. Raiffa, H. 1968. Decision Analysis. Redding, Mass.: Addison-Wesley. (Raiffa, 1968~. Russo, J. Edward and Paul Schoemaker. 1989. Decision Traps: Ten Barriers to Excellent Decision Making and How to Overcome Them. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster. (Russo and Schoemaker, 1989). Saaty, T.L. 1980. The Analytic Hierarchy Process. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Saaty, 1980). Saaty, T.L. 1982. Decision Making for Leaders. Belmont, CA.: Lifetime Learning Publications. (Sally, 1982). Saaty, Thomas L. 1996. Decision Making with Dependence Feedback: The Analytic Network Process. Pittsburgh, PA: RWS Publications. (Saaty, 1996). Saaty, T.L. 1996. Multicriteria Decision Making: The Analytic Hierarchy Process. AHP Series. Pittsburgh, PA: RWS Publications. (Saaty, 1996). Saaty, Thomas L. 1994. Fundamental of Decision Making and Priority Theory: With the Analytic Hierarchy Process (Vol. VI). Pittsburgh, PA: RWS Publications. (Saaty, 1994). Saaty, Thomas L., and Luis G. Vargas. 1998. Diagnosis with Dependent Symptoms: Bayes Theorem and The Analytic Hierarchy Process. Operations Research, Vol. 46 (4): July- August. INFORMS. pp. 491-502. (Saaty and Vargas, 1998). Saaty, Thomas L., and Luis G. Vargas. 1993. Experiments on Rank Preservation and Reversal in Relative Measurement. Mathematical and Computer Modeling, Vol. 17 (4/5): Pergamon Press, Ltd. Pp. 13-18. (Saaty and Vargas, 1993). Samson, D. 1988. Managerial Decision Analysis. Homewood, IL.: Irwin. (Samson, 1988). Schlaifer, R. 1959. Analysis of Decisions Under Uncertainty. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Schlafer, 1959). Scott, James C. 1998. Seeing Like A State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. (Scott, 1998). Simon, Herbert A. 1997. Administrative Behavior: A Study of Decision-Making Processes in Administrative Organizations (fourth edition). New York, NY: The Free Press. (Simon, 1997). Simon, Herbert A. 1977. The New Science of Management Decision (revised edition). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc. (Simon, 1977). Simon, Herbert A. 1996. The Sciences of the Artificial (third edition). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. (Simon, 1996). Simon, Herbert A., Donald W. Smithburg, and Victor A. Thompson. 1991. Public Administration. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. (Simon, Smithburg, and Thompson 1991). Sjoberg, Lennart, Tadeusz Tyszka, and James A. Wise, eds. 1983. Human Decision Making. Sweden: Lagerblads Tryckeri AB. (Sjoberg, Tyszka, and Wise, 1983).

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200 Decision Making in the DOE-OST SIowinski, Gene, Deb Chatterjai, lames A. Tshudy, and Dale L. Fridley. 1997. Are you A leader in Environmental R&D? Research Technology Management, Vol. 40 (31: Washington, D.C.: Industrial Research Institute, Inc. May-June. (SIowinski et al., 19971. Stigum, Bernt P., and Fred Wenstop. 1983. Foundations of Utility and Risk Theory with Applications. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reide! Publishing Company. (Stigum and Wenstop, 1983~. Tribus, Myron. 1969. Rational Descriptions, Decisions, and Designs. New York: Pergamon Press. (Tribus, 1969~. Tuchman, Barbara. 1992. The March of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam. Ballantine Books, NY. (Tuchman, 1992~. Tversky, Amos, and Daniel Kahneman. 1974. Judgment and Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases. Science. Vol. IS5: September. pp. ~ 124-] 131. (Tversky and Kahneman, 1974~. Tversky, Amos, and Lamar Simonson. 1993. Context-Dependent Preferences. Management Science. Vol. 39 (10~: October. Institute of Management Sciences. pp. ~ 179-! ~ 89. (Tversky and Simonson, 1993~. Tversky, Amos, Paul Siovic, and Daniel Kahneman. 1990. The Causes of Preference Reversal. The American Economic Review. Vol. 80 Ail: March. pp. 204-217. (Tversky, SIovic, and Kahneman, 19901. Von Neumann, I., and O. Morgenstern. 1953. Theory of Games and Economic Behavior. Revised edition. Princeton, N.~.: Princeton University Press. (don Neumann and Morgenstern, 19531. Von WinterfelUt, D., and W. Edwards. 1986. Decision Analysis and Behavioral Research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (don WinterfelUt and Edwards, 1986~. Watson, S., and D. Buede. 1987. Decision Synthesis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Watson and Buede, 1987~. Winkler, R.~. 1972. Introduction to Bayesian Inference and Decision. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. (Winkler, 1972~. Yarmolinsky, Adam. 1987. Governance ofthe U.S. Military Establishment. University Press of America. (Yarmolinsky, 1987~. Zeleny, Milan. 1982. Multiple Criteria Decision Making. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company. (Zeleny, 1982~. Non-DOE References Relevant to DOE-EM American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 1997. Assessment of Technologies supported by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science and Technology: Results for the Peer Review for Fiscal Year 1997. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. (ASME, 1997a). American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 1997. Peer Review of MAG*SEPtSM]. Review on April 23- 25, in Atlanta, GA. (ASME, 1997b). Berkey, Dr. Edgar. 1997. EMAB Perspective on OST Decision Making. Presentation to the Committee on November 10. (Berkey, 1997~. Berkey, Dr. Edgar. 1998. Review of Focus Area Program. Paper presented to Department of Energy, Environmental Management Advisory Board on January 21. (Berkey, 19981. Blush, Stephen M. and Thomas H. Heitman. 1995. Train Wreck Along the River of Money: An Evaluation of the Hanford Cleanup. Report presented to United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. March. (Blush & Heitman, 1995~. Bournakis, A.D., and G.D. Pine. 1997. Benefits of GRT R&D Results that Have Been Placed in Commercial Use in ~ 992 through 1996. Report No. GRI 97/0164. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago Energy Resources Center. (Bournakis and Pine, 19971. Burns, Conrad, Max Baucus, and Rick Hill. 1997. Correspondence to Federico Pena regarding WETO budget reductions. February 27. (Burns, Baucus & Hill, 1997~.

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Appendix ~-Other Materials and References Received E.I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company. 1993. Corporate Environmentalism: 1993 Progress Report. DuPont Printing and Publishing. (DuPont, 1993). Environmental Protection Agency. 1997. Completed North American Innovative Remediation Technology Demonstration Projects. (EPA, 1997). Farber D. 1996. Scenario Planning, the Interpretation of Uncertainty and Value-Focused Decision 201 Making: A Case Study of a Radioactive Waste Site Remediation. Proceedings of June ~ ~ -:~3 meeting of International Symposium on Technology and Society Technical Expertise and Public Decisions. New York: IEEE. (Farber, 1996). Gas Research Institute. 1996. Gas Research Institute: 1997-2001 Research and Development Plan and 1997 Research and Development Program. Chicago, IL: GRI. April. (GRI, 1996a). Gas Research Institute. 1996. Results of Appraisal of GRI 1997-2001 R&D Plan. Chicago, IL: GRI. May. Gas Research Institute. 1997. Basic Research Results (1996 results). Chicago, IL: GRI. June. (GRI, 1997a). Gas Research Institute. 1997. Gas Research Institute: 1998-2002 Research and Development Plan and 1998 Research and Development Program. Chicago, IL: GRI. April. (GRI, 1997b). Gas Research Institute. 1997. GRID: Gas Research Institute Digest/Volume 19 (4)., Winter 1996/1997. Chicago, IL: GRI. Gas Research Institute. 1997. Results of Appraisal of GRI 1998-2002 R&D Plan. Chicago, IL: GRI. June. (GRI, 1997c). Gas Research Institute. 1998. Gas Research Institute 1999 to 2003 Plan and 1999 Research and Development Program. Chicago, IL: GIRL. (GIRT, 1998). G~ Arch Institute. and Planning; Research Corporation. 1997. L,C;1111111E, ~ ~^~:~ the Value of Technology. _P ~ ~ ~ ~ , _ Summary of Pipeline Industry Technology Workshop, May 12-14 in Denver, CO. (GRI, 1997). General Accounting Office. 1992. Cleanup Technologies. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office. (GAO, 1992). General Accounting Office. 1994. Management Changes Needed to Expand Use of Innovative Cleanup Technologies: Report to the Secretary of Energy. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office. August. (GAO, 1994). General Accounting Office. 1996. Energy Management: Technology Development Program Taking Action to Address Problems. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office. July. (GAO, 1996). General Accounting Office. 1998. Nuclear Waste: Department of Energy's Hanford Tank Waste. letter Report. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office. October 8. (GAO, 1998). General Accounting Office. 1998. Nuclear Waste: Further Actions Needed to Increase the Use of Innovative Cleanup Technologies. Report to Congressional Committees. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office. September. Holmes, J.D. 1994. White Water Ahead: Eastman Prepares for Turbulent Times. Research Technology Management. (Holmes, 1994). Holt, Mark and Jeff Day. 1997. Memorandum, Congressional Research Service: Mark Holt & Jeff Day to Senate Appropriations Committee re Environmental Technology Development at DOE. Congressional Research Service. (Holt and Day, 1997). Interviews with GRI Managers, September 4-5, 1997, Chicago, IL: Gas Research Institute. Martin, H. Dale. 1997. Environmental Plar~ning--Balancing Environmental Commitments with Economic Realities. Speech before the Southeastern Electrical Exchange, Charlotte, NC. June 26. (Martin, 1997). Martin, H. Dale. 1994. Environmental Planning: Balancing Environmental Commitments with Economic Realities. Presentation to the Proceedings of the Environmental Management in a Global Economy (GEMINI) Conference. (Martin, 1994). Menke, Michael M. 1995. Lessons Learned from Industrial R&D Management, Strategic Decisions Group. presented to the Committee on Environmental Management Technologies and the National Research Council. (Menke, 1995).

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202 Decision Making in the DOE-OST National Environmental Technology Applications Center. 1995. Barriers to Environmental Technology Commercialization. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Applied Research Center. April. (NETAC, 1995). National Research Council. 1989. Nuclear Weapons Complex: Management for Health, Safety, and the Environment. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1989). National Research Council. 1994. Building Consensus Through Risk Assessment and Management of the Department of Energy's Environmental Remediation Program. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1994). National Research Council. 1995. The Committee on Environmental Management Technologies Report for the Period Ending December 31, 1994. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1995b). National Research Council. 1995. Improving the Environment. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1995a). National Research Council. 1995. Research Restructuring and Assessment: Can We Apply the Corporate Experience to Government Agencies? Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Research Council. 1996. Barriers to Science: Technical Management in the Department of Energy Environmental Remediation Program. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1996a). National Research Council. 1996. Environmental Management Technology-Development Program at the Department of Energy 1995 Review. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1996b). National Research Council. 1996. The Hanford Tanks: Environmental Impacts and Policy Choices. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1996c). National Research Council. 1996. Understanding Risk: Informing Decisions in a Democratic Society. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1996d). National Research Council. 1997. Building an Effective Environmental Management Science Program: Final Assessment. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1997a). National Research Council. 1997. Building a Foundation for Sound Environmental Decisions. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Research Council. 1997. Enhancing Organizational Performance. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Research Council. 1997. Peer Review in the Department of Energy-Office of Science and Technology: Interim Report. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1997b). National Research Council. 1998. A Review of Decontamination and Decommissioning Technology Development Programs at the Department of Energy. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1998a). National Research Council. 1998. Assessing the Need for Independent Project Reviews in the Department of Energy. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Research Council. 1998. Peer Review in Environmental Technology Development Programs: The Department of Energy--Office of Science and Technology. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, 1998b). National Research Council. 1999. An End State Methodology for Identifying Technology Needs for Environmental Management: With an Example from the Hanford Site Tanks. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. (NRC, 1999a) National Research Council. 1999. Evaluating Federal Research Programs: Research and the Government Performance and Results Act. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (NRC, l999b). National Transportation Safety Board. 1995. Pipeline Accident Report: Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation Natural Gas Pipeline Explosion and Fire, Edison, New Jersey, March 23, 1994. Washington, D.C.: National Transportation Safety Board. (NTSB, 1995). Perdue, R.K., B.G. Berkey, P.V. King, and Wet. McAllister. 1997. Valuation of R&D Projects Using Options Pricing & Decision Analysis Models--Theory and Application. Final Draft submitted to

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Appendix ~ Other Materials and References Received Management Sciences on March 20. Pittsburgh, PA: Westinghouse Science and Technology Center. (Perdue, Berkey, King, and McAllister, 1997~. Rezendes, Victor S. 1997. Cleanup Technology: DOE'S Program to Develop New Technologies for Environmental Cleanup. Testimony before the Unites States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office. (Rezendes, 1997~. Russell, Milton. 1998. Toward a Productive Divorce: Separating DOE Cleanups from Transition Assistance. Knoxville, TN: The Joint institute for Energy and Environment. (Russell, 1998~. Russell, Milton, E. William Colglazier, and Mary English. 1991. Hazardous Waste Remediation: The Task Ahead. Knoxville, TN: Waste Management Research and Education Institute, University of Tennessee. December. (Russell, Colglazier and English, 1991~. Suries, Terry. 1997. Correspondence to Al Aim with viewgraphs prepared by Strategic Laboratory Council on March 7 entitled "Review Recommendations for Office of Science and Technology Policy". May 15. (SurIes, 1997~. United States Anny Corps of Engineers. 1997. Project EM Task Force Phase ~ Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. February. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 19971. United States Congress, Of lice of Technology Assessment. ~ 986. Research Funding as an Investment: Can We Measure the Returns?--A Technical Memorandum. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Congress/Government Printing Office. April. (U.S. Congress, 1986~. United States Congress. 1989. National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991. P.~. 101-~89, Sec. 3141, (H.R. 2461~. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. (U.S. Congress, 1989~. United States Congress, Senate. 1992. Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1993. Report toaccompanyH.R.5373.102dCongress,2dsession,pp.138-139.July27.(U.S.Congress, 1992~. United States Congress, House of Representatives. 1994. Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1995. Report to accompany H.R. 4506. 103d Congress, 2d session, pp.76-77, 100. May 26. (U.S. Congress, 1994~. United States Congress, House of Representatives. 1995. Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1996. Report to accompany H.R. 1905. 104~ Congress, ISt session, pp. 77-78. June 20. (U.S. Congress, 199Sa). United States Congress, House of Representatives. 1995. Making Appropriations for Energy and Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1996, and for Other Purposes. Conference Report to accompany H.R.1905. 104~ Congress, ISt session, pp. 69-70. October 26. (U.S. Congress, 1995~. United States Congress, Office of Technology Assessment. 1995. Innovation and Commercialization of Emerging Technologies. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. September. United States Congress, Senate. 1995. Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1996. Report to accompany H.R. 1905. 104~ Congress, ISt session, pp. ~ 10-! ~ I. July 27. (U.S. Congress, 1995b). United States Congress, House of Representatives, Committee on Commerce, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. 1997. Summary of Congressional Testimony on Department of Energy/Office of Science and Technology. Washington, D.C.: Committee on Commerce. May 7. (U.S. Congress, 1997~. Wilike, Theodore L., Theresa M. Shires, R. Michael Cowgill, and Bernd I. Selig. 1997. U.S. Risk Management Can Reduce Regulation, Enhance Safety. Oil & Gas Journal (June 161. Pennwell Publishing Company. (WilIke et al., 1997~. 203

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204 General DOE-EM References Decision Making in the DOE-OST Alm, Alvin. 1996. Accelerated Environmental Cleanup. Office of Environmental Management, United States Department of Energy. (Alm, 1996). Alm, Alvin. 1998. Action Items and Understandings form the Technology Accleration Committee Meeting of January 27, 1998. Department of Energy. Memorandum for Distribution. January 30. (Alm, 1998). Alm, Alvin. 1997. Technology Deployment. Department of Energy. Memorandum for Distribution. July 3. (Alm, 1997). Barainca, Michael. 1997. Technology Acceleration Committee Meeting Draft Notes. Department of Energy. September 9. (Barainca, 1997). Department of Energy. 1992. Annual Report to Congress FY 1992. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management. (DOE, 1992). Department of Energy. 1993. A New Approach to Environmental Research and Technology. Development at DOE: Report of the Working Group (Viewgraphs). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. December 14. (DOE, 1993a). Department of Energy. 1993. Annual Report to Congress FY 1993. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. (DOE, 1993). Department of Energy. 1993. EM Progress, Summer 1993. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1993b). Department of Energy. 1993. A Strategy for Environmental Technology and Economic Competitiveness: Commitment for Change. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Strategic Laboratory Council. January 20. (DOE, 1993). Department of Energy. 1994. A New Approach to Environmental Research and Technology Development at the U.S. Department of Energy: Action Plan. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. January 25. (DOE, 1994a). Department of Energy. 1994. Annual Report to Congress FY 1994 (Predecisional Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1994. Committed to Results: DOE's Environmental Management Program, An Introduction. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1994. Fueling a Competitive Economy: Strategic Plan. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1994. FY 1994 Program Summary. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. October. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1994. FY 1995 Technology Development Needs Summary. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. March. (DOE, 1994b). Department of Energy. 1994. Highest Risk Sites in the Department of Energy Environmental Restoration Program (Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April 11. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1994. Technology Management Process Document (Predecisional Draft). April. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April 25. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1995. Annual Report to Congress, FY 1995. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. (DOE, 1995). Department of Energy. 1995. Estimating the Cold War Mortgage: The 1995 Baseline Environmental Management Report, Vol. 1-3. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. March. (DOE, 1995c). Department ofEnergy. 1995. Guidance for FY 1998 Budget Formulation, PartI. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. November. (DOE, 1995). Department of Energy. 1995. OST Background Series: 2: Final Report of the Task Force On Alternative Futures for the Department of Energy National Laboratories (Galvin Report). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. February 1. (DOE, 1995e).

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Appendix L- Other Materials and References Received 205 Department of Energy. 1 995. Site Needs Assessment Report. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, l995g). Department of Energy. 1996. Annual Report to Congress FY 1996. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. Environmental Management 1996: Progress and Plans of the Environmental Management Program. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. FY 1997 and 1998 Annual Performance Plan Handbook. Washington, D.C.: Department ofEnergy. September 13. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. Strategic Plan 1996-2005. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. June. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1997. Accelerating Cleanup: Focus on 2006 (Discussional Draft). Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. June. (DOE, 1997b). Department of Energy. 1997. Focus Area Technology Investments Respond to Ten Year Plan. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. FY 1998 Budget Overview (viewgraphs). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. February 25. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. Linking Legacies: Connecting the Cold War Nuclear Weapons Production Processes to Their Environmental Consequences. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. January. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. Strategic Plan. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. September. (DOE, 1997j). Department of Energy. 1997. Technology Management Review. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Science and Technology. July 8. (DOE, 1997k). Department of Energy. 1998. Accelerating Cleanup: Paths to Closure. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy/Office of Environmental Management. June. (DOE, 1998a). Department of Energy. 1998. Accelerating Cleanup: Paths to Closure (Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. February. (DOE, 1998b). Department of Energy. 1998. Selection Processes for Science and Technology Projects. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Strategic Laboratory Council. (DOE, 1998). Department of Energy. 1998. White Paper on DOE Environmental Management Science Program. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Strategic Laboratory Council. April 6. (DOE, 1998). O'Leary, Hazel R. 1995. Statement of Energy Secretary Hazel R. O'Leary in response to the report to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources: Train Wreck Along the River of Money. Washington, D.C.: Deparunent of Energy. March 14. (O'Leary, 1995). General OST References Barainca, Michael. 1998. New OST Process for Prioritization: Using the Accelerating Cleanup: Paths to Closure Data to make Budget Decisions. Paper Presented to Committee on April 2. (Barainca, 1998). Bauer, Carl O. 1996. Implementation of New Peer Review Policy. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Memorandum for Distribution. (Bauer, 1996). Department of Energy. 1994. Technology Management Process Document (Predecisional Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1995. Technology Needs/Opportunities Statement Outline (undated compilation of early need gathering template, Rocky Flats examples). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. FY 1998 Internal Review Budget Preparation Handbook. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Science and Technology. March 14.

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206 Decision Making in the DOE-OST Department of Energy. 1996. Office of Science and Technology (OST) Environmental Technology Decision Process Revision No. 5. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Science and Technology. September 6. Department of Energy. 1996. Office of Science and Technology Decision Process Standard Operating Procedures (Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. December 11. (DOE, 1996O). Department of Energy. 1996. PI Requirements and Deliverables for the OST Technology Decision Process Procedures. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996p). Department of Energy. 1996. Research Opportunity Announcement (ROA) for Applied Research and Development of Technologies for Environmental Restoration and Waste Management. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. Research Opportunity Announcement (ROA) Proposal Evaluation Plan DEAR 935.016-4(d). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. Strategic Plan: 1996-2005; Environmental Science and Technology, (Draft). Department of Energy. 1997. EM International, Vol.3. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Spring. Department of Energy. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series Facility Deactivation and Decommissioning. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energy. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series Health/Ecology/Risk. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energy. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series High-Level Radioactive Waste. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energy. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series Mixed Wastes. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energ.v. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series Nuclear Materials. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energy. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series Remedial Action. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energy. 1997. EMSP Research Needs Collected for the Environmental Management Science Program Series: Spent Nuclear Fuel. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June. Department of Energy. 1997. Information from July 1997 PEG Meeting in Gaithersburg. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1997f). Department of Energy. 1997. OST Background Series: 3: COE Reports Relevant to the Office of Science and Technology. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April. (DOE, 1997h). Department of Energy. 1997. OST Process for Prioritization, (Predecisional draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. July 14. (DOE, 1997i). Department of Energy. 1998. OST FY98 Peer Review Schedule with Delivery Dates. Washington, D.C. Department of Energy. January 20. Department of Energy. 1998. Status Report on the OST Peer Review Program. Paper presented to Peer Review Panel, National Academy of Sciences on April 7. Department of Energy. undated. Technology Needs/Opportunities Statement Outline (sample). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. DuCharme, A.R., R.D. Jamenez, and W.J. Roberds. 1992. International Technology Transfer to Support the Environmental Restoration Needs of the DOE Complex. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DuCharme, Jamenez, and Roberds, 1992). Frank, C.W. 1991. Technology Strategy for the Department of Energy Of floe of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (Frank, 1991). Frank, C.W. 1994. Strategic Plan. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. August 18. (Frank, 1994). Frank, Clyde. 1997. Office of Science and Technology Update and Program Data Analysis. Presentation to Committee on June 25. (Frank, 1997a).

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Appendix ~ Other Materials ant! References Received Frank, Clyde. 1997. Presentation to the Committee, March 20, 1997. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (Frank, 1997b). Frolio, Nancy. 1996. Technology Decision Process Pilot Program. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Memorandum to James Wright and Carl Bauer. November 14. (Frolio, 1996~. Heeb, Michael. 1996. Implementation of New Peer Review Policy. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Memorandum for Distribution. November 18. (Heeb, 1996~. Huffinan, Gary, and Elisabe~ Reber-Cox. 1996. STCG National Meeting Report, 19-20 June, 1996 Golden, Colorado. Paper presented to Committee on July 30 - August I. (Huffman and Cox, 1996~. Lankford, Mac. ~ 997. Technology Integrations Systems Applications Programs--Domestic Programs-- International Programs. Paper presented to the Committee on November 10, 1997. (Lankford, 1997~. Mathur, John. 1997 . Discussion with the Committee, June. 1997. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (Mathur, 1997~. Paladino, Joseph. 1996. Proposed EM Priority Setting Process. Paper presented to Committee on August 30. (Paladino, 1996~. Paladino, Joseph and Brian Fox. Undated. A Framework for R&D Planning in EM (Draft). Paper prepared for the TD Council and EM Focus Group. (Paladino and Fox, undated). Paladino, Joseph and Paul Longworth. 1995. Maximizing R&D Investments in the Department of Energy's Environmental Cleanup Program. Technology Transfer, December. pp. 96-107. (Paladino and Longworth, 1995~. Urban Energy and Transportation Corporation. 1996. Community Leaders Network Update/Vol.2 (2~. November 8. (Urban Energy, 1996~. United States DeparDnent of Energy and the Russian Federation. 1997. Environmental Management Activities/US-Russia. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Spring. (DOE, 19971. Walker, Jef. 1996. Overview from a National Perspective. Briefing to Decision-Making Processes for Selection and Prioritization Panel. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. November 12. (Walker, 1996~. Walker, left 1997. Current Status and Future Directions of Science and Technology in the EM Program. Paper presented to National Academy of Sciences Committee on Peer Review. (Walker, 1997a). Walker, left 1997. New OST Process for Prioritization: Making OST Decisions More Responsive to the DOE Sites through the 2006 Plan. Paper Presented to Committee on November 10. (Walker, 1997b). Walker, Jef. 1997. Technology Deployment Initiative Viewgraphs. Presentation to Committee on March 207 20-21. Walker, Jef. ~ 998. Peer Review Pane} Dialogue for National Academy of Sciences held on April 7. Walker, Jef. 1998. Status of OST Peer Review. Paper presented to Committee on February 9. Wengle, John. 1997. Emai} Correspondence from to Carolyn Davis regarding NAS request for Information. October 30. Wolf, Stanley. 1997. Emai! Correspondence from to Carolyn Davis regarding Reply to ORO Information Request from NAS. October 24. Crosscutting Programs References Department of Energy. 1995. ResonantSonic_ Drilling innovative Technology Summary Report. Denver, CO: Colorado Center for Environmental Management. April. Deparunent of Energy. 1995. Seamist_ Innovative Technology Summary Report. Denver, CO: Colorado Center for Environmental Management. August.

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208 Decision Making in the DOE-OST Department of Energy. 1996. Characterization, Monitoring & Sensor Technology Crosscutting Program: Technology Summary. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Science and Technology. August. Department of Energy. 1996. Cone Penetrometer Innovative Technology Summary Report. Denver, CO: Colorado Center for Environmental Management. April. Department of Energy. 1996. Efficient Separations & Processing Crosscutting Program: Technology Summary. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. August. Department of Energy. 1996. Efficient Separations and Processing Crosscutting Program Review Process. Washington D.C.: Department of Energy. July 3. (DOE' 1996d). Department of Energy. 1996. FY 1996 Characterization, Monitoring, and Sensor Technology Crosscutting Program Summary Report (Draft). Paper presented at The Office of Science and Technology Crosscutting Program Review, Gaithersburg, MD. June 14. Washington' D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. Leveling the Playing Field. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. July 3. (DOE, 1996j). Department of Energy. 1996. Office of Science and Technology Program Review of Characterization, Monitoring, and Sensor Technology-Crosscutting Program. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. June 14. Department of Energy. 1996. Robotics Crosscutting Program: Technology Summary. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy/Office of Science and Technology. August. Department of Energy. 1996. Robotics Technology Development Program Major Thrusts/Major Milestones Micro TTPs Fiscal Year 1997. Albuquerque, NM: Department of Energy/Albuquerque Operations Office. (DOE, 1996t). Department of Energy. 1996. The ESP Project Priority Procedure (Predecisional Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1997. April 1997 Progress Reports: Characterization, Monitoring & Sensor Technologies. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. Department of Energy. 1997. Efficient Separations and Processing Crosscutting Program's (ESP-CP). Presentation to the National Academy of Sciences/Committee for Environmental Management Technologies (NAS/CEMT) Decision Making Subcommittee on June 6. (DOE, 1997d). Department of Energy. 1997. In Situ Permeable Flow Sensor Innovative Technology Summary Report. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy, Westinghouse Savannah River Site. April. Department of Energy. undated. Review Procedures of the Characterization, Monitoring, and Sensor Technology Crosscutting Program (CMST-CP). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Gephart, J.M., ed. 1997. Proceedings of the Efficient Separations and Processing Crosscutting Program 1997 Technical Exchange Meeting, January 28-30. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. (Gephart' 1997). Matalucci, Rudolph V., Charlene Esparaza-Baca, and Richard D. Jimenez. 1995. Characterization, Monitoring, and Sensor Technology Catalogue. Albuquerque, NM: Sandia National Laboratories. December. (Matalucci, Esparanza-Baca and Jimenez, 1995). Purdy, Caroline. 1997. Decision Making Review: Characterization, Monitoring, Sensor Technology. Presentation to Committee. (Purdy, 1997). Special Technologies Laboratory. 1997. FY 1997 STCG Needs for Characterization, Monitoring, and Sensor Technologies. Santa Barbara, CA: Special Technologies Laboratory. Wang, Paul. 1997. Correspondence from Paul Wang to CEMT Committee Members. May 23. (Wang, 1997). Yarbrough, Linton. 1997. Robotics Technology Development Program. Presentation to Committee on June 6. (Yarbrough, 1997).

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Appendix ~ Other Materials and References Received D&D Focus Area and other FETC References 209 Alm, Alvin, and Modesto Maidique. 1996. Correspondence with attachment regarding X'Change 97. Washington' D.C.: Department of Energy. October 23. (Aim & Maidique, 1996). Bechtel, Thomas F. 1995. Request for Letter Proposals--Large Scale Decontamination and Decommissioning Demonstration Projects. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. Memorandum for distribution. (Bechtel, 1995). Bechtel, Thomas F. 1996. Memorandum; Request for Letter Proposals--Large Scale Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Demonstration Projects (Solicitation #2). Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. Memorandum for distribution (Bechtel, 1996). Bedick, Robert C., Steven J. Bossart, and Paul W. Hart. 1995. Record of the Facility Deactivation, Decommissioning, and Material Disposition (D&D) Workshop: A New Focus for Technology Development, Opportunities for Industry/Government Collaboration. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. (Bedick, Bossart, and Hart 1995). Bedick, Robert C. 1997. Industry & University Programs Overview (Viewgraphs). Presentation to Committee on May 9. (Bedick, 1997). Black, David B. 1996. CP5 LSDP: Demonstration Technology Evaluation and Selection Process. Paper presented to Committee on March 12. (Black, 1996). Christy, C. Edward. 1997. Industry Program Implementation. Presentation to Committee on May 9. (Christy, 1997). Delphinus Engineering. 1995. Technology Demonstration Selection Criteria [C-Reactor]. Philadelphia, PA: Delphinus Engineering. June 12. (Delphinus Engineering, 1995). Delphinus Engineering, Inc. undated. Reactor 105-C Interim Storage Project Technology Selection Meeting Process Overview. Philadelphia, PA: Delphinus Engineering. (Delphinus Engineering, undated) . Department of Energy. 1994. Technical Program Plan for the Transitioning, Decontamination, and Final Disposition Focus Area. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. January. (DOE, 1994). Department of Energy. 1995. Evaluation Plan: Large-Scale Decontamination and Decommissioning Demonstration Projects. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. August 17. (DOE, 1995). Department of Energy. 1995. Source Selection Statement for Large-Scale Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Demonstration Projects (Solicitation #1). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. July 21. (DOE, 1995). Department of Energy. 1995. Technology Development Through Industrial Partnerships. Morgantown, WV: DeparDnent of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. (DOE, 1995). Department of Energy. 1996. 105-C Reactor LSDP IC Team Meeting Agenda. Richland, WA: Department of Energy. July 23. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. Agenda RL and ALL Visit to Fernald Plant 1 Large Scale Technology Demonstration. Washington, D.C: Department of Energy. March 13. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area Annual Report 1996. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996c). Department of Energy. 1996. Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area Quarterly Report, October-December 1996 Activity. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area Technology Summary, August 1996. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1996. Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area Results of the National Needs Assessment, July 24-25, 1996. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996aa). Department of Energy. 1996. Evaluation Plan: Large-Scale Demonstration Projects, Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. May 30. (DOE, 1996f'.

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210 Decision Making in the DOE-OST Department of Energy. 1996. Pipe Explorer (tm) System: Innovative Technology Summary Report. Oak Ridge, TN: Hazardous Waste Remedial Actions Program. April. (DOE, 1996q). Department of Energy. 1996. Technology Needs Statements. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996x). Department of Energy. 1996. Technology Screening and Evaluation--Fernald Plant 1 Case Histories. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. July 17. (DOE, 1996). Department of Energy. 1997. 1997 D&D Needs. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1997a). Department of Energy. 1997. Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area Quarterly Report, January-March 1997 Activity. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energ, Federal Energy Technology Center. (DOE, 1997c). Department of Energy. 1997. Decontamination and Decommissioning Technologies List. (http://em52.em.doe.gov/scripts/db. . .D/Techlist.dbm&first=no&varIndex=0). Washington, D.C Department of Energy. (DOE, 1997). DeparDnent of Energy. 1997. Implementation Proposal for Center for Acquisition and Business Excellence. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. February 13. (DOE, 1997e). Department of Energy. 1997. Industry Programs Progress Report. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy' Federal Energy Technology Center. April. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. OST Linkage Tables (Predecisional Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. October 29. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. Source Selection Statement for Large-Scale Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Demonstration Projects (Solicitation #2). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April 21. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. Technology Development Through Industrial Partnerships. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. 1997. Ten Year Plan Integration (excerpts). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1997). Department of Energy. undated. Case Histories/Evaluation Committee Review of LSDP Proposals (Solicitation #1). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, undated). Department of Energy. undated. Case Histories: Evaluation Committee Review of LSDP Proposals (Solicitation #2). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, undated). Department of Energy. undated. D&D Partnership Organizations. Morgantown, WV: Department of Energy, Federal Energy Technology Center. (DOE, undated). Department of Energy. undated. LSDP Proposals and Their Impact on the 10-Year Plan Activities. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, undated). Department of Energy. undated. Technology Screening Examples for CP-5 Concrete Decontamination & Coating Removal. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. undated. Technology Selection Process and Criteria (Draft) [CP-5]. Washington, D.C.: Deparunent of Energy. (DOE, undated). Duda, John, Shannon Saget, and Kenneth M. Kasper. 1998. Field Demonstration of Improved D&D Technologies at Hanford's C Reactor. Paper presented at Waste Management '98. (Dude, Saget, & Kasper, 1998). Hart, Paul. 1997. Decision Making within the Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area. Paper presentation to the Committee May 8-9, 1997. (Hart, 1997). Harness, Jerry. 1997. Presentation to the Committee. Department of Energy. (Harness, 1997). Hyde, Jerry. 1996. Correspondence From: Jerry Hyde to Carl Bauer and Tom Anderson regarding D&D National Needs. August 1. (Hyde, 1996). Love, Betty R. 1997. Correspondence to Steven J. Bosart regarding Consensus Reports for the Review Panel of RSI, Institute for Regulatory Science. April 9. (Love, 1997).

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Appendix ~-Other Materials and References Received 211 Market, Ken. 1997. Partnering with the Private Sector: The Key to Future Federal R&D Investment. Presentation to Committee on May 8-9. (Marker, 1997). Strategic Alliance for Environmental Restoration. 1996. Strategic Alliance for Environmental Restoration Overview and Mission. (http://www.strategic-alliance.org). Strategic Alliance for Environmental Restoration. (SAERO, 1996). Tripp, J.L. 1994. Criteria and Evaluation of Three Decontamination Techniques. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy Operations Of lice. (Tripp, 1994). Mixed Waste Focus Area and Other INEEL References Beitel, Dr. George 1996. A. Mixed Waste Focus Area Program Management Plan. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. October. (Beitel, 1996). Belier, John. 1997. Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Environmental Management Technology Development Needs and Opportunities (Draft). LMITCO; Rev. 0.5. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy. (Belier, 1997). Bonzan, Christine. 1995. Mixed Waste Focus Area Teleconference for FY 96 PEG. June 9. Memorandum for Distribution. (Bonzan, 1995). Conner, Julie and Mike Connelly. 1996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Briefing to the National Academy of Sciences on November 12. (Conner and Connelly, 1996). Department of Energy. 1995. Draft Technical Task Plan Proposal Evaluation Criteria--DG-24-95. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. (DOE, l 995a). Department of Energy. 1995. EM SSAB Recommendation on the EM FY-98 Integrated Priority List and RDS Rankings. Washington, D.C.: DeparDnent of Energy. November 15. (DOE, l995b). Department of Energy. 1995. INEL EM Prioritization IPT Report. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. December. (DOE, 1995d). Department of Energy. 1995. Scoring Instructions for INEL EM Prioritization. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy/Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. December. (DOE, 1995f). Department of Energy. 1996. Attachment C--EM SSAB-DNEL Meeting Minutes: Recommendation: Fiscal Year 1998 Prioritization of Environmental Management Activities. Washington, D.C.: Deparunent of Energy. January 17. (DOE, 1996a). Department of Energy. 1996. Charter of the Site Technology Coordination Group (STCG) for the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996b). Deparanent of Energy. 1996. Environmental Management Fiscal Year 1998 Integrated Budget Prioritization. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. March 20. (DOE, 1996e). Department of Energy. 1996. Final Meeting Minutes Jan. 16-17, 1996, Meeting of the Environmental Management Site Specific Advisory Board--Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Held at the Centre on the Grove in Boise' Idaho: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996g). Department of Energy. 1996. INEL Identified Technology Development Needs Prioritization. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996h). Department of Energy. 1996. INEL Identified Technology Development Opportunities Prioritization. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996i). Department of Energy. 1996. LITCO Director and DOE-ID Program Manager Approval of INEL EM Program, FY97 Murder Board Priority List, ADS Baseline Rev. 4. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996k). Department of Energy. 1996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Integrated Master Schedule (current as of May 6, 1996). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. May. Department of Energy. 1996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Integrated Technical Baseline Report, Phase 1, Volume 1. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. January 16.

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212 Decision Making in the DOE-OST Department of Energy. 1996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Integrated Technical Baseline Report, Phase Volume 2. Idaho Fails, ID: Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. January 16. Department of Energy. ~ 996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Technology Development Requirements Document, Chemical Oxidation. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. July 30. (DOE, 19961). DeparDnent of Energy. ~ 996. Mixed Waste Focus Area: Technology Development Requirements Document, Mercury Amalgamation. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. July 30. (DOE, 1996n). Department of Energy. ~ 996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Technology Development Requirements Document, Mercury Stabilization. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. August ~ 9. (DOE, 1996m). Department of Energy. 1996. Mixed Waste Focus Area Technology Development Transition Guidance. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. Department of Energy. ~996. Process for Identifying Technology Needs and Opportunities. Presentation to Committee on November 12-13. Department of Energy. 1996. Technology and Science Needs Summary (Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1996v). DeparDnent of Energy. 1997. Call for Technology Deployment Initiative (TDI) DOE Proposals. Idaho Fails, ID: Depar~nent of Energy, Idaho Operations Office. Department of Energy. ~ 997. New DOE-OST Deployment Initiative. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1997g). Ecology and Environment, Inc. 1996. Overview of Methods Used to Develop the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory: TUentif~ed Needs and Opportunities Prioritization Tables (Draft). Idaho Falls, ID: Ecology and Environment, Inc. November 4. (Ecology and Environment, 19961. Fritz, Lori. undated. Environmental Management Integration at the INEL. Idaho Falls, ID: Department of Energy. (Fritz, undated). Izatt. R.D. ~ 996. Memorandum to John Wilcyuski regarding Hanford Technology Needs--Mixed Waste Focus Area. January 24. (Tzatt, 19961. Myers, Joy. 1996. Correspondence to John Wilcyuski regarding recommendations from the Environmental Management Site Specific Advisory Board. March 25. (Myers, 19961. Roach, Jay A. 1995. DeparDnent of Energy Complex Needs Report: Mixed Waste Focus Area. Idaho Falls, ID: DeparOnent of Energy, Idaho Operations Office. November 16. (Roach, 19951. Snelling, Robert N. and Susan Wood. 1996. Correspondence to Clyde Frank regarding Transmittal of Vitrification Systems Information Package. May I. (Spelling and Wood, 19961. Swartz, Ginger. 1995. Taking Stock: An Overview of Public Participation: Lessons Learned by the U.S. Department of Energy, 1990-1995. Boulder, CO: Swartz and Associates. August I. (Swartz, 19951. Williams, R. Eric. 1996. Correspondence to Julie Conner regarding Mixed Waste Focus Area High Temperature Melter Strategy Recommendations for FY97. May 3 ~ . (Williams, 19961. Subcon Focus Area and Other Savannah River Site References Ay~ward, Robert S., et al. 1996. Technology Needs Statements for Savannah River Site. Aiken, SC: Westinghouse Savannah River Company. (wayward et al., 1996~. Blundy, Robert P. 1996. Memorandum to Lester Germany regarding Prioritization of ER Needs Statement. May 17.

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Appendix ~ Other Materials and References Received Brown, lames P. ~ 996. Basis for Investment by the Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area. Paper Presented to Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science and Technology. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy. May 9. Denartrnent of Energy. 1995. Alternative Landfill! Cover Backup Data Package for Gate 4 Review. Washington, D.C.: Denartment of Ener~v. ~ ~r~ ~^ Jo ~ 213 Department of Energy. ~ 995. Management Evaluation Matrix Training Package and Reference Material. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. December 4. Department of Energy. 1996. Alternative Landfill Cover Demonstration: Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area Response to Technical Peer Review Conducted on October 22-23. Albuquerque, NM: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. An independent Pane} Evaluation of Organic Treatment and Stabilization Options for Transuranic Wastes at the Savannah River Site. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy. March 26. Department of Energy. 1996. Documentation and Prioritization of SRS End-User Technology Development Needs. Paper presented to the National Academy of Sciences on December ~ 6. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy, Site Technology Coordination Group. Department of Energy. 1996. End-User's Guide to Office of Science and Technology Support to the Environmental Restoration Program (Draft). Aiken, SC: Department of Energy, Savannah River Site Technology Coordination Group. Department of Energy. 1996. National Technology Needs Assessment (Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Landfill Stabilization Focus Area. January 3 ~ . Department of Energy. 1 996. National Technology Needs Assessment (Draft). Washington, D.C.: DeparOnent of Energy, Containment Plume Containment and Remediation Focus Area. May 17. Department of Energy. 1996. Original SCFA 13 Prioritization Criteria (Undated Review Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. October 3. Department of Energy. 1996. Priority-Setting/Ranking Criteria. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. December 9-10. (DOE, 1996r). Department of Energy. 1996. Priority-Setting Process for Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area (SCFA) Fiscal Year 1997 Projects. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy, Savannah River Operations Office. June ~ 8. Department of Energy. 1996. Project Gate Review of Mound Selentec Treatability Study. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. April 10. Department of Energy. 1996. Project Review Process for Contaminant and Remediation (Plumes) Focus Area (Draft). Washington, D.C.: Deparunent of Energy. January ~ ~ . DeparDnent of Energy. 1996. Questions/Responses from December ~ 0, ~ 996 National Academy of Sciences Committee on Environmental Management Technology Meeting with Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy. Deparunent of Energy. 1996. Report of the Technical Program Review Committee on Non-Destructive Assay (NDA) and Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) Technologies (Predecisional Draft). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. January 25. Department of Energy. 1996. Savannah River Site Site Technology Coordination Group: General Information Provided to the National Academy of Sciences. (DOE, 1996~. Department of Energy. 1996. Priority-Setting/Ranking Criteria. Washington, D.C.: Departnent of Energy. December 9- 10. (DOE, 1996r). Department of Energy. 1996. Selentec ACT*DE*CON Soil Processing System Data Package, Gate 4 - Entrance to Engineering Development Stage. Washington, D.C.: DeparDnent of Energy. October 23. Department of Energy. 1996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area Portfolio Management Decision- Making Process. Washington, D.C.: DeparDnent of Energy. . Department of Energy. ~ 996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area Priority-Setting/RaIlking Criteria. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy.

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214 Decision Making in the DOE-OST Department of Energy. 1996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area Need Statements and FY 97 Work Packages. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. August 22. Department of Energy. 1996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area Program Plan. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. October I. DeparDnent of Energy. ~ 996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area Team Conference Call Minutes. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. August 5. Department of Energy. 1996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area, Stakeholder Communication Plan (Predecisional Review). Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. December 6. DeparDnent of Energy. 1996. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Areas industry Available Technologies. Washington, D.C.: Depar~nent of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. Technology Decision Process Pilot Review at Gate 4 of Subsurface Contaminant Focus Area Projects, ACT*DE*CON, Alternative Landfill Cover. Oak Ridge, TN: Departnent of Energy. October 28-30. (DOE, 1996w). Department of Energy. 1996. Technology for Wet Storage of Scent Nuclear Fuels Aiken SC Department of Energy. November 12. DeparDnent of Energy. 1996. Technology Screening Concept for the Plumes Focus Area (Summary and refinement of initial report in ~994 by the Plume Focus Area implementation Team). Washington, D.C.: Depardnent of Energy. Department of Energy. 1996. Transmittal of D&D Technology Development Needs Statements (U). Aiken, SC: Westinghouse Savannah River Company. December 5. Department of Energy. 1997. FY96-FY97 Accomplishments. Aiken. SC: Decarunent of Enerav. Site Technology Coordination Group. -rid -IDS ~ ~-~~ Departnent of Energy. 1997. Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area: Response to the National Academy of Sciences-Committee on Environmental Management Technology Visit to the Savannah River Site on December 9-10. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy. January 29. Department of Energy. undated. Landfi~Is Sites Snecificatinn Renort.s Comnil~tion Wn~hin=on n in. Dependent of Energy. _ ~_ , ~ . _ - Department of Energy. undated. Savannah River Site Technology Deployment Initiatives: Building on Success. Aiken, SC: Departnent of Energy, Site Technology Coordination Group. Department of Energy. undated. Technology Development Program. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy, Savannah River Site Technology Coordination Group. Hicks, Tom et al. ~ 996. Work Package Prioritization for the Subsurface Contaminants Focus Area. Prepared by a pane! representing the United States Department of Energy Savannah River including the Plumes Focus Area and the Landfill! Stabilization Focus Area, the Waste Policy Institute and the Savannah River Technology Center. Aiken, SC: Department of Energy. (Hicks et. al., 1996~. Hudson, P.T. et al. 1996. Transmittal of Solid Waste Division Technology Development Needs. Aiken, SC: Westinghouse Savannah River Company. December 5. (Hudson, 1996~. Wright, Jim. 1996. Pr~ority-Setting/Ranking Criteria Presentation to the Committee. National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Environmental Management Technologies, Decision-Making Process for Selection and Prioritization Panel. (Wright, 1996~. Tanks Focus Area and Other Hanford Site References Department of Energy. 1992. Hanford Strategic Plan. Richiand, WA: Department of Energy. (DOE, 1992~. Department of Energy. 1996. Tanks Focus Area Multiyear Program Plan FY97-FY99. Richiand, WA: DeparLnent of Energy/Pacific Northwest Laboratory. August. (DOE, 1996u).

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Appendix ~ Other Materials and References Received Department of Energy. ~ 996. Technology Needs/Opportunities Statement Outline (Hanford Site). Richiand, WA: Department of Energy. December 13. (DOE, 1996y). Department of Energy. 1997. Technology Needs Statements. Washington, D.C.: Department of Energy. (DOE, 19971~. 215 Department of Energy. undated. Management Plan. RichIand, WA: Department of Energy. (DOE, undated-a). DeparUnent of Energy. undated. Mixed Waste Subgroup Technology Needs Sconug Sheet. RichIand, WA: Department of Energy. (DOE, undated-lo). Department of Energy. undated. Problem Prioritization Critena (Sample). Richiand, WA: Department of Energy. Department of Energy. undated. Tank Technology Needs Scoring Sheet (Sample). Richiand,WA: Deparunent of Energy. Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington State Department of Ecology, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Tri-Cities Commercialization Partnership. 1996. Hanford Technology Deployment Center Program Plan. Richiand WA: Deparanent of Energy. August. (DOE et al., 19964. Frey, Jeff and Tom Brouns. 1997. Tanks Focus Area Process for Program Development Needs Identification & Technical Response Development. RichIand, WA: Deparunent of Energy/Tanks Focus Area. January 9. (Frey & Brouns, 19971. Saget, Shannon. ~ 996. Correspondence from Shannon Saget to Joe Paladino regarding Hanford STCG Prioritization Criteria and Site Needs. February 29. (Sages, 19961. Saget, Shannon. 1996. Summary--Hanford STCG Prioritization Methodology. Richiand, WA: Department of Energy. (Sages, 19961.

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Page 216 Recommendation 8.4 More clinical research is needed to foster the development of rehabilitation science that can guide practice. This research must be equivalent in rigor, prestige, and funding to basic and other medical sciences. This includes but is not limited to more clinical outcomes studies. In particular, clinical research on functional limitations, disability, and the environment are needed to help guide clinical decisions. Recommendation 8.5 The federal government should not allow payers to limit rehabilitation research conducted in the context of care. Such restrictions will impede the progress of medical research that is necessary to improve the health of the public and reduce the cost of care. Recommendation 8.6 Clinical practice guidelines should be developed by the federal government that include not just diagnosis-related guidelines but also guidelines for rehabilitation of impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities. Recommendation 8.7 University and federal researchers should seek partners in private industry to cooperate on the research and development of technologies that can ultimately benefit people with disabling conditions. Recommendation 8.8 More rehabilitation-related research should be published in the peer-reviewed literature. Making material available on the Internet or directly to the public does not relieve rehabilitation scientists and engineers of their obligation to submit their work to peer-review.