MITRE’s Horizon Strategy: A Framework for Science and Technology Innovation
The current model for U.S. innovation has fallen short in the face of today’s technology competition challenges. The executive and legislative branches of the U.S. government have proposed bold new approaches to supporting innovation and U.S. competitive success in Science and Technology (S&T), but the challenge for America is how to shape such an ambitious new push.
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MITRE has proposed a "Horizon Strategy" Framework for Science and Technology Policy for the U.S. innovation economy and America's competitive success. This paper, along with several other thought pieces, technical papers, and op-eds, outlines how the U.S. should wisely invest in technology development and engage in global leadership for our nation’s security and economic prosperity for generations to come.
- The Hill: Take the Lead in 6G — or Lose It to China, June 2021
- LinkedIn Article: A "Horizon Strategy" for Science and Technology Innovation, May 2021
- POLITICO: Opinion | It’s Time to Declare Space Systems as Critical Infrastructure, April 2021
- The Hill: Doubling Down on American Deep Tech Innovation, December 2020
- LinkedIn Article: The Case for Revitalizing U.S. Industrial Innovation, October 2020