Reports & Statements
The War on Terrorism: What Does It Mean for Science? Symposium Report Available online June 7, 2002
Keynote address by Dr. John Marburger at the AAAS symposium, "The War on Terrorism: What Does It Mean for Science?" December 18, 2001
Report on the Government's Handling of the Investigation and Prosecution of Dr. Wen Ho Lee with an introduction by Senator Arlen Specter. Report of the Subcommittee on Department of Justice Oversight Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate. December 20, 2001
Testimony by Dr. Marburger before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Science, Transportation & Space hearing on "Technology in Times of Crises" Dec. 2001
Dr. Marburger's testimony before the House Science Committee hearing on "Science of Bioterrorism: Is the Federal Government Prepared?" Dec. 2001
Secretary Abraham, Homeland Security Director Ridge View Counter-Terrorism Technologies to Protect America: Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham today hosted Director of the White House Office of Homeland Security Tom Ridge on a tour of some of the counter-terrorism technologies developed at the Department of Energy laboratories. Over two dozen technologies from around the country were on display. November 15, 2001
Public Opinion of Selected National Security Issues: 1994-2000. Conducted by the Defense Personnel Security Research Center. October 2001
Response to the Terrorist Attack on the USA, September 11th 2001 Web version of a statement issued on 22nd September by the Coordinating Committee of Scientists for Global Responsibility
Floor Statement on Terrorist Attack, Sherwood Boehlert, Chairmain of the House Committee on Science September 12, 2001
Statement of Ko´chiro Matsuura, Director General of UNESCO on the events of September 11. September 12, 2001
Statement of the American Sociological Association on Terrorist Attack, September 11, 2001
Social Science Experts on Hate Crime from the American Sociological Association.
A Message to Members From American Psychiatric Association President Richard K. Harding M.D. In Response to the Terrorist Attacks
Scientists Support Professor's Copyright Law Challenge: Electronic Frontier Foundation Exposes "Chilling Effect" Electronic Frontier Foundation Media Release: August 13, 2001
American Physical Society Statement on National Security and Science at the Weapons Laboratories (Adopted by Council, April 27, 2001).
U.S. Department of Justice Press Conference with Attorney General John Ashcroft, March 1, 2001. In the press conference, Attorney General John Ashcroft gave a qualified endorsement to polygraph testing at the FBI.
National Security Presidential Directive-1. Subject: Organization of the National Security Council System. This unclassified document has not been released officially, but is available on the Federation of American Scientists' website. February 13, 2001
Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-New Mexico) remarks to the Council of Presidents of the Universities Research Association, January 31, 2001.
Executive Summary of U.S. Commission on National Security Report: A bipartisan commission set up to evaluate the current national security climate and propose changes needed to meet new threats has issued a report that calls for major changes in governmental structures and processes. January 31, 2001
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