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MILWAUKEE - The United States government is planning to spend $127 billion dollars on research and development in the current fiscal year, ending Sept. 30. Those in charge of spending this multi-billion dollar river of R & D riches are looking for worthy projects; some are even desperately looking for appropriate projects to fund.

Some of it will go begging. It always does, said Gerald M......

Full article >>> deral R&D investments; promote collaborations among agencies, industry, academia, and the states; and strengthen international relationships.

Another way to understand it is to look at Vision 2020: A Model Wisconsin Economy, a technology development plan published by the Wisconsin Technology Council. The Tech Council is WINs parent organization.

After I prepared my presentation......

Full article >>> nts to the vast, complex network of people inside and outside the government who can lead to those responsible for federal R&D funds.

Congressional staffers can work miracles, Martin said. It also doesnt hurt that the head of HHS (Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson) is your former governor.

Whoever you contact ask them who they know who might be able to help. Th......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tim Cowling 01/14/04


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