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Keeping the U.S. Computer Industry Competitive: Defining the Agenda

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National Research Council, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Keeping the U.S. Computer Industry Competitive: Defining the Agenda (1990) (full-text).

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This book warns that retaining U.S. preeminence in computing at the beginning of the next century will require long-term planning, leadership, and collective will that cannot be attained with a business-as-usual approach by industry or government.

Among the major issues discussed are long-term, or strategic, commitment on the part of large firms in the United States; cooperation within and among firms and between industry, universities, and government; weaknesses in manufacturing and in the integration of research, development, and manufacturing; technical standards for both hardware and software manufacture and operation; and education and infrastructure (in particular, computer networks).

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