While refocusing and executive action will address some challenges, most will require a more sustained effort that mixes new policies, capabilities, and cultural changes.
Technology Innovation: A Change-Enabler and Foundation for America's Future
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Each incoming administration faces a plethora of campaign promises and still-unknown challenges in national and homeland security, law enforcement, healthcare, and benefits management. While refocusing and executive action will address some challenges, most will require a more sustained effort that mixes new policies, capabilities, and cultural changes. Stimulating and coordinating the nation’s technological innovation community is likely a critical component of the Trump administration’s plan. This series highlights key science and technology (S&T) ecosystem opportunities that will help incoming appointees succeed.
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