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Chemical and Biological Defense: Emphasis Remains Insufficient to Resolve Continuing Problems Testimony. Statement of Mark E. Gebicke, Director, Military Operations and Capabilities Issues, National Security and International Affairs Division Before the House Committee on National Security, Subcommittee on Military Research and Development Unknown author (United States. General Accounting Office, 1996-03-12)
Chemical and Biological Defense: Observations on Actions Taken to Protect Military Forces Statement of Norman J. Rabkin, Director of National Security Preparedness Issues, National Security and International Affairs Division, Before The Subcommittees on Military Procurement and on Military Research and Development, Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives Unknown author (United States. General Accounting Office [GAO], 1999-10-20)
Computer Science Security Research and Human Subjects: Emerging Considerations for Research Ethics Boards Buchanan, Elizabeth; Aycock, John; Dexter, Scott; Dittrich, David; Hvizdak, Erin (2011-06)This paper explores the growing concerns with computer science research, and in particular, computer security research and its relationship with the committees that review human subjects research. It offers cases that ...