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Published on Jul 11, 2008
The Office of Technology Assessment was established in 1972 to provide Congress with objective, non-partisan advice on science and technology issues. In a controversial move, Congress eliminated funding for OTA in 1995. The Federation of American Scientists recently sat down with Congressman Rush Holt, a former physicist representing the 12th District of New Jersey, to get his perspective on what OTA meant to Congress and the Nation.