Funding the Future: How U.S. Federal, State, and Local Governments Support ICT Innovation

Federal, state, and local governments pour billions into information and communication technologies (ICT). Some $40 billion of federal money addresses research needs into digital medicine, energy, and “pure” ICT research. State and local governments add at least $15 billion more, along with untold s...

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