APPENDIX D

Symposium Agenda

MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1999

9:00

WELCOMING REMARKS

E. William Colglazier

Executive Officer, National Research Council

9:15

RISKS AND BENEFITS OF INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION FOR NATIONAL SECURITY

Richard Meserve

Partner, Covington & Burling

Chair, Committee on National Security and Scientific Openness

9:45

THE NATIONAL LABORATORIES TODAY: NEW CHALLENGES AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES

Robert Galvin

Chairman of Executive Committee, Motorola, Inc.

11:00

PANEL 1: BASIC SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AT THE LABS

Moderator: Michael May

James F. Jackson

Former Deputy Director, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Burton Richter

Director, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center



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Balancing Scientific Openness and National Security Controls at the Nation's Nuclear Weapons Laboratories APPENDIX D Symposium Agenda MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1999 9:00 WELCOMING REMARKS E. William Colglazier Executive Officer, National Research Council 9:15 RISKS AND BENEFITS OF INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION FOR NATIONAL SECURITY Richard Meserve Partner, Covington & Burling Chair, Committee on National Security and Scientific Openness 9:45 THE NATIONAL LABORATORIES TODAY: NEW CHALLENGES AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES Robert Galvin Chairman of Executive Committee, Motorola, Inc. 11:00 PANEL 1: BASIC SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AT THE LABS Moderator: Michael May James F. Jackson Former Deputy Director, Los Alamos National Laboratory Burton Richter Director, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

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Balancing Scientific Openness and National Security Controls at the Nation's Nuclear Weapons Laboratories   Gilbert G. Weigand Deputy Assistant Secretary for Strategic Computing and Simulation U.S. Department of Energy 1:30 PANEL 2: RESEARCH AND PROGRAMS RELATED TO NATIONAL SECURITY Moderator: John P. Holdren Rose Gottemoeller Assistant Secretary, Nonproliferation and National Security U.S. Department of Energy Roy Schwitters Professor of Physics, University of Texas 3:30 PANEL 3: THE CURRENT CHALLENGE—ENSURING SECURITY AT THE DOE LABORATORIES Moderator: John McTague William Fenzel Assistant Director, Energy Audits U.S. General Accounting Office Ernest J. Moniz Under Secretary U.S. Department of Energy Harlan Watson Staff Director of the House Energy and Environment Science Subcommittee House Science Committee 5:00 ADJOURN TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1999 9:00 PANEL 4: POLICY OPTIONS—MAXIMIZING SECURITY BY BALANCING SECRECY AND OPENNESS Moderator: Richard Meserve William Happer Professor, Princeton University

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Balancing Scientific Openness and National Security Controls at the Nation's Nuclear Weapons Laboratories   Alvin Trivelpiece Director, Oak Ridge National Laboratory President, Lockheed Martin Energy Research Corp. R. James Woolsey, Jr. Shea and Gardner Former Director of Central Intelligence 11:00 PUBLIC COMMENT AND DISCUSSION WITH THE PANEL 12:00 CLOSING REMARKS 12:15 ADJOURN