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The Science & Technology Action Committee does not collect any information about your visit to The Science & Technology Action Committee website unless it is specifically and explicitly provided by you for use by The Science & Technology Action Committee. The Science & Technology Action Committee registers the number of visits to its website, but does not collect e-mail addresses or Internet Protocol addresses and does not install cookies on your computer’s hard drive.

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The Science & Technology Action Committee reserves the right to amend this policy at any time. The Science & Technology Action Committee will post a notice of changes on its Web site, when and if the terms of this policy are amended.

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The Science & Technology Action Committee is a group of 22 non-profit, academic, foundation, and corporate leaders working to dramatically strengthen U.S. science and technology. The Committee is co-chaired by: Keith Yamamoto, Vice Chancellor for Science Policy & Strategy UCSF, Sudip Parikh, CEO, The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and Mary Woolley, President & CEO, Research!America.