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Bullet policy · Mar 11, 2024

Latest Public Policy Report

The Public Policy Report has been released. The report provides analysis and communication on important issues in the scientific community.

In this issue:

  • Congress Passes Spending Package with Cuts to Science
  • White House Provides Guidance on Ecosystem Services
  • Senate Confirms Assistant Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology
  • EPA Requests Nominations for Science Advisory Panels
  • USGS Seeks Experts for Science Quality and Integrity Panel
  • New White Paper Envisions a Natural History Collections Action Center
  • Deadline Approaching: Apply for the IDEA2 Public Policy Fellowship
  • Short Takes

    • NSF Webinar on Updates to Proposal and Award Policies
    • Nominations Sought for Invasive Species Advisory Committee
    • OSTP Shares Inventory of Sexual Harassment Policies at Research Agencies
    • NSF Appoints Head of Social, Behavioral, Economic Sciences Directorate
  • From the Federal Register

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