New items – Fall 2014 -01

Biological Weapons

House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Assessing the Biological Weapons Threat: Russia and Beyond.
Y 4.F 76/1:113-142

House Committee on Homeland Security.
Bioterrorism: Assessing the Threat.
Y 4.H 75:113-51

China

Congressional-Executive Commission on China.
Prospects for Democracy and Press Freedom in Hong Kong.
Y 4.C 44:P 92

Cybersecurity

Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
The Partnership between NIST and the Private Sector: Improving Cybersecurity.
Y 4.C 73/7:S.HRG. 113-285

Drug Abuse and Policy

House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Mixed Signals: The Administration’s Policy on Marijuana, Part III.
Y 4.G 74/7:113-111

Economic Recovery and Policy

Joint Economic Committee.
Unwinding Quantitative Easing: How the Fed Should Promote Stable Prices, Economic Growth, and Job Creation.
Y 4.EC 7:S.HRG. 113-304

Energy Policy

House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
The North American Energy Infrastructure Act.
Y 4.C 73/8:113-88

Senate Committee eon Energy and Natural Resources.
Electric Grid Reliability.
Y 4.EN 2:S.HRG. 113-271

Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
The Deepwater Drilling Moratorium: A Review of the Obama Administration’s Economic Impact Analysis on U.S. Small Businesses.
Y 4.SM 1/2:S.HRG. 111-172

Environmental Policy

House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.
Background Check: Achievability of New Ozone Standards.
Y 4.SCI 2:113-35

Health Care Reform and Policy

House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Unaffordable: Impact of Obamacare on Americans’ Health Insurance Premiums.
Y 4.C 73/8:113-17

House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Health Information Technologies: Harnessing Wireless Innovation.
Y 4.C 73/8:113-20

Senate Committee eon Finance.
Health Insurance Exchanges: Progress Report.
Y 4.F 49:S.HRG. 113-276

International Relations

House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
U.S. Disengagement from Latin America: Compromised Security and Economic Interests.
Y 4.F 76/1:113-136

House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Assessing U.S. Foreign Assistance Priorities in South Asia.
Y 4.F 76/1:113-139

Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
Syria.
Y 4.F 76/2:S.HRG. 113-201

Military Affairs

Office of Army Reserve History.
The Indispensable Force: The Post-Cold War Operational Army Reserve, 1990-2010.
D 101.2:P 74/5

Department of the Army.
Weapons Systems Book -PEO Missiles and Space, 2014/2015.
D 101.2:W 37/6/2014-2015

Center of Military History.
The Regular Army Before the Civil War 1845-1860.
D 114.2:C 49/2/REGULAR

United States Navy.
Naval Documents of the American Revolution, volume 12 (1778).
D 207.12:12

United States Marine Corps.
U.S. Marines in Battle – Fallujah November-December 2004.
D 214.13:F 19

United States Marine Corps.
The Path to War: U.S. Marine Corps Operations in Southeast Asia 1961 to 1965.
D 214.13:V 67/4/PATH
Marines in the Vietnam War Commemorative Series.

House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
DC Navy Yard Shooting: Fixing the Security Clearance Process.
Y 4.G 74/7:113-105

Militarization of Police Forces

House Committee eon Armed Services.
Military Resale Program Overview.
Y 4.AR 5/2 A:2013-2014/70

South Carolina Politicians

United States Senate.
Jim DeMint U.S. Senator from South Carolina Tributes in the Congress of the United States.
Y 1.1/3:113-7 Senate Document 113th Congress, no. 7.

Telecommunications

House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
The Future of Video.
Y 4.C 73/8:112-155

Veterans’ Affairs

United States House of Representative.
Proceedings of the 114th National Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Y 1.1/7:113-114
House Documents 113th Congress, no. 114

House Committee on Small Business.
Military to Entrepreneurship: Private Sector Initiatives to Help Veterans Pursue Business Opportunities.
Y 4.SM 1:113-067

House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
Expediting Claims or Exploiting Statistics?: An Examination of VA’s Special Initiative to process Rating Claims Pending ¬†over Two Years.
Y 4.V 64/3:113-20

House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
Making a Difference: Shattering Barriers to Effective Mental Health care for Veterans.
Y 4.V 64/3:113-36

 

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