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GSTOCStrategic Engagement in Global S&T: Opportunities for Defense Research (June 2014)
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July 8, 2014
DoD Needs to be Open to Global, Commercial Technology, Expert Says
Federal News Radio
Last week, the National Research Council released a report revealing that the United States accounts for less than one-third of the total spending in research and development, a figure that's expected to drop to 18 percent by 2050.

July 3, 2014
Report Finds Blind Spots in DoD's View of Global Science and Technology
Federal News Radio
And the Defense Department's capabilities to even maintain awareness of what's going on in the global S&T landscape need improvement, according to a new report by the National Research Council. 

July 1, 2014
DOD Must Tap into Global Science and Technology Developments to Maintain Military Edge, Paper Says
Fierce Government IT
A new research paper argues that the Defense Department risks losing its technological edge to maintain a military advantage if it doesn't tap into international science and technology developments.

July 1, 2014
The National Security Argument for Spending More on Conferences, Travel
Next Gov
The United States currently pays for less than one-third of global research and development, and that portion is expected to fall to 18 percent by 2050, according to sources cited in a new report from the National Research Council.