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Christopher Adams, Congressional Budget Office
Richard Alo, National Science Foundation
Gregorio Arevalo, Inter-American Development Bank
Pierre Azoulay, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Suresh Balakrishnan, University System of Maryland
David N. Beede, U.S. Census Bureau
Magdalena Bennett, University of Texas at Austin
Stefano Bertuzzi
Brittany M. Bond, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mark Boroush, retired
Ike Brannon, Capital Policy Analytics
David Brazell, Department of the Treasury
Paul Brazhnik, National Institutes of Health
Tim Brennan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Julie Carlson, Qualcomm
Julia Cavalcante Fontes
George Chacko, Santa Clara University
Connie Chang, Consultant
Matthew W. Chesnes, Federal Trade Commission
Carol Corrado, The Conference Board
David Croson, Michigan State University
Takis Damaskopoulos, European Institute of Interdisciplinary Research
Kathleen DeBoer, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Edward Derrick, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Michael Donovan, National Institutes of Health
Jacqueline Dubois, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Dana Ervin, House Appropriations Committee
Joseph Farrell, University of California at Berkeley
Christina Freyamn, SRI International
Keith Fuglie, Economic Research Service
Jeffrey L. Furman, Boston University and NBER
Brent Goldfarb, University of Maryland
Duber Gomez-Fonseca, University of Houston-Downtown
Joshua S. Graff Zivin, University of California, San Diego and NBER
Stuart Graham, Georgia Institute of Technology
Cheryl Grim, U.S. Census Bureau
Gary Guenther, Congressional Research Service
Anil K. Gupta, University of Maryland at College Park
Naomi Hausman, Hebrew University
Paul Heisey, Department of Agriculture
William Hendrickson, Issues in Science and Technology
Robert Hershey
Derek Hill, National Science Foundation
Arlene Holen, Technology Policy Institute
Matt Hourihan, Federation of American Scientists
Cassandra Ingram, Retired
John Jankowski, Social Security Administration
Ron S. Jarmin, U.S. Census Bureau
James Kadtke, National Nanotechnology Coordinating Office
Michael Kaufman, Department of the Treasury
Richard Kitei, National Institutes of Health
Shawn D. Klimek, Department of Commerce
Kamilla Kohn Radberg, Chalmers University of Technology
Bhavya Lal, NASA
David Langdon, Department of Commerce
Israel Lederhendler, National Institute of Health
Rolf Lehming, National Science Foundation
Mark Lemley, Stanford University
Richard Lempert, University of Michigan
Josh Lerner, Harvard University and NBER
James A. Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Wendy Li, Moon Economics Institute
Nancy Lutz, National Science Foundation
Neil MacDonald, Federal Technology Watch
Jeffrey Macher, Georgetown University
Eliot Maxwell, Johns Hopkins University
John Mayo, Georgetown University
Stephen Merrill, Duke University
Peter Meyer, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Javier Miranda, Friedrich-Schiller University
David Mitch, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Suzanne Munck, Federal Trade Commission
Fiona Murray, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Nathan Musick, Congressional Budget Office
Charles Na, National Institutes of Health
Bonnie Nichols, National Endowment for the Arts
Leah Nichols, George Mason University
Jason O'Connor, Federal Trade Commission
Daniel R. O'Madigan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Carlo Pietrobelli, UNESCO Chair at UNU-MERIT and Roma Tre University
Xin Qin, George Washington University
Ruth R. Raubitschek, Department of Justice
Andrew Reamer, George Washington University
Michael Richey, Scineer Scientific Engineering LLC
Juan Riveros, Quadrant Economics LLC
Sally Rood, National Governors Association
David Schimmelpfennig, Department of Agriculture
Johanna Schneider, National Institutes of Health
James A. Schuttinga, National Institutes of Health
Neil Shah
Stephanie S. Shipp, University of Virginia
Sujai Shivakumar, The National Academies
Randolph Sim, Georgetown University
Donald Spicer, University System of Maryland
James Spohrer, Almaden Research Center
Scott Stern, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Jay Stewart, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Andrew J. Stocking, University of Maryland
Richard Stoddard, The Ohio State University
Miron Straf, Virginia Tech
Leo a. Sveikauskas, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Joseph Teter, Naval Surface Warfare Center
Andrew Toole, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Joanne Tornow, National Science Foundation
Gerard Torres, Patent and Trademark Office
Richard Van Atta, Institute for Defense Analyses
Karl Varner, KJV Group
Katalin Vaughan, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
Jack Wang, Government Accountability Office
Philip Webre, Congressional Budget Office
Howard Wial, The Brookings Institution
Brad Wible, Science Magazine
Timothy Wojan, National Science Foundation
Irene Wu, Federal Communications Commission
Patty Wu, C&M International
Loren Yager, Government Accountability Office
Lee Zia, National Science Foundation
David Zielinski, National Institutes of Health

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