Testimonies and policy briefs

  • Fuchs, E. and Karplus, V. 2021. A New Approach to Coordinate U.S. Critical Supply Chains in Crisis. Policy Brief. Insights derived from: “Lessons from COVID medical supply chains for critical technologies: Real-time situational data infrastructure and adaptive manufacturing ecosystems.” Chatham House Rule Workshop. Carnegie Mellon University. September 10, 2021. Policy Brief | Rapporteurs Report
  • Fuchs, E.R.H. What is a National Technology Strategy and Why the U.S. Needs One. Issues in Science and Technology. Next 75 Years of Science Policy Series. September 9, 2021. Policy Brief
    • Fuchs, E.R.H. While missions are important, even more important are new institutions that will cut a path across them. Forum. Industrial Policy’s Comeback. Boston Review | MIT Press. September 15, 2021. Shorter Version
  • Fuchs, Erica R.H., Testimony. Hearing on Building Regional Innovation Economies. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Research and Technology. June 9, 2021. Written Testimony | Oral Remarks | Video
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  • Fuchs, E., Karplus, V., Kalathil, N., Morgan, G. 2020. Understanding Production in a Crisis. Lessons from COVID medical supply chains for critical technologies: Real-time situational data infrastructure and adaptive manufacturing ecosystems. Chatham House Rule Workshop. Carnegie Mellon University. May 4, 2021. Presentation
  • Branstetter, Lee (committee member). 2021. NASEM Committee, Proceedings of a workshop. The Security of America's Medical Product Supply Chain: Considerations for Critical Drugs and Devices: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief. April 2021. Policy Brief.
  • Fuchs, E., Karplus, V., Kalathil, N., Morgan, G. 2020. To respond to the pandemic, the government needs better data on domestic companies that make critical medical supplies.  Issues in Science and Technology.  NASEM. December 18, 2020. Policy Brief
  • Fuchs, E., Karplus, V., Kalathil, N., Morgan, G. 2020. Inadequate Data on Manufacturers of Critical Medical Supplies Weakens U.S. Capabilities for Pandemic Response. Testimony. U.S. International Trade Commission. Investigation No. 332-580. COVID-19 Related Goods: The U.S. Industry, Market, Trade, and Supply Chain Challenges. September 23, 2020. Prehearing Brief | Technical Report
  • Fuchs, Erica R.H., Testimony. Hearing on Trade, Manufacturing, and Critical Supply Chains: Lessons from COVID-19. House Ways & Means Committee. Subcommittee on trade. July 23, 2020. Written Testimony | Oral Remarks | Video
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  • Ghani, Rayid. 2020. Equitable Algorithms: Examining Ways to Reduce AI Bias in Financial Services Committee on Financial Services Artificial Intelligence Task Force U.S. House of Representatives. February 12, 2020. Testimony
  • Branstetter, Lee. 2018. Congressional Testimony on a Coordinated Policy Response to China’s Technonationalism. June 8, 2018. Hearing | Testimony | Video
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  • Whitacre, Jay. 2015. House Science Committee Hearing: “Innovation in Battery Storage for Renewable Energy.” May 1, 2015. Testimony
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  • Karplus, Valerie. 2014. Hearing on U.S.-China Clean Energy Cooperation. April 25, 2014. Hearing | Testimony
Valerie Karplus

Valerie Karplus provides testimony

For more information about the National Technology Strategy moonshot, please contact Erica Fuchs at erhf@andrew.cmu.edu.