Washington, DC : Center for Strategic & International Studies, 
Book — 1 online resource (iii, 26 pages) Digital: text file; PDF.
Recommendations for the next administration. Policy recommendations
Moving ahead in the next four years.
"This report lays out specific recommendations for the next administration's cybersecurity policy. It identifies the policies, organizational improvements, and resources needed for this. It builds on the 2009 Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency, a foundational document for creating a strategic approach to cybersecurity. In the eight years since that report was published, there has been much activity, but despite an exponential increase in attention to cybersecurity, we are still at risk and there is much for the next administration to do"--Introduction.
Washington, DC : Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2016.
Book — 1 online resource : color illustrations Digital: text file; PDF; 41 MB.
"This final report provides a review and synthesis of available scientific information concerning the relationship between hydraulic fracturing activities and drinking water resources in the United States. The report is organized around activities in the hydraulic fracturing water cycle and their potential to impact drinking water resources. The stages include: (1) acquiring water to be used for hydraulic fracturing (Water Acquisition), (2) mixing the water with chemical additives to prepare hydraulic fracturing fluids (Chemical Mixing), (3) injecting the hydraulic fracturing fluids into the production well to create fractures in the targeted production zone (Well Injection), (4) collecting the wastewater that returns through the well after injection (Produced Water Handling), and (5) managing the wastewater via disposal or reuse methods (Wastewater Disposal and Reuse). EPA found scientific evidence that hydraulic fracturing activities can impact drinking water resources under some circumstances. The report identifies certain conditions under which impacts from hydraulic fracturing activities can be more frequent or severe."
Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, 
Book — 1 online resource (195 pages in various pagings) : illustrations.
"The Metal Finishing Facility Risk Screening Tool (MFFRST), a user-friendly tool that enables anyone to perform a screening characterization of health risks to workers and neighbors of metal finishing processes, was developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Metal Finishing Sector"--P. x.
[Stanford, Calif.] : Stanford University Libraries, 2014.
Book — 79 p. : ill., port. ; 28 cm
Acquiring the Bob Fitch Photography Archive / Roberto Trujillo
Placing the Fitch Archive in Stanford's Special Collections / Ben Stone
Introduction / Bob Fitch
The civil rights movement in the South, 1965-1970 : Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference ; Paving the way for black candidates ; Voter education and registration ; The Meredith march against fear ; Black power ; Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral ; Continuing the work
The United Farm Workers, 1969-1975 : Origins of the United Farm Workers ; Organizing farmworkers
The anti-Vietnam War movement and the resistance, 1967-1970
Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement, 1970-1973
Bob Fitch oral history : Excerpts from an interview with Bob Fitch / Leslie G. Kelen.
[Washington, D.C. : Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress], 2006.
Book — 1 online resource (89 pages) : PDF
"Providing access to scientific and technical information (S&T) for legitimate uses while protecting it from potential terrorists poses difficult policy choices. Federally funded, extramural academic research is to be 'classified' if it poses a security threat; otherwise, it is to be 'unrestricted.' Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, controls increasingly have been placed on some unclassified research and S&T information, including that used to inform decision making and citizen oversight. These controls include 'sensitive but unclassified' (SBU) labels; restrictive contract clauses; visa controls; controlled laboratories; and wider legal restrictions on access to some federal biological, transportation, critical infrastructure, geospatial, environmental impact, and nuclear information. Some professional groups have supported voluntary controls on the conduct or publication of sensitive research ..."--Page 2.