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The Small Business Innovation Research Program: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAST TRACK INITIATIVE
gical; Myles Walsh of Cape Cod Research; Adi Guzdar of Foster-Miller, Inc.; Bob Hoch of Hyperion Catalysis International; Frederick Dampier of Lithium Energy Associates, Inc.; Yogesh Mehrotra of Materials Technologies Corporation; Marthinus C. van Schoor of Mide Technology Corporation; Steven P. Bastien of Optigain, Inc.; Peter Chenausky of QSource, Inc.; David Miller, Larry Willner, and Gregory Lane of SEA CORP (Systems Engineering Associates Corp.); Timothy J. Driscoll of Spectra Science Corp.; Frank Folino of Synkinetics, Inc.; and Grant M. Ehrlich of Yardney Technical Products, Inc. I am grateful to David B. Audretsch, William L. Baldwin, Albert N. Link, and Nancy A. Scott for helpful comments and suggestions.
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