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1998 Congressional Hearings

CURRENT AND PROJECTED NATIONAL SECURITY THREATS TOTHE UNITED STATES AND ITS INTERESTS ABROAD
28 January 1997 - Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Threats to US National Interests
February 12, 1998, House National Security Committee

Radio Frequency Weapons and Proliferation: Potential Impact on the Economy
February 25, 1998 Joint Economic Committee United States Congress

  • Jim Saxton Chairman, Joint Economic Committee
  • R. Alan Kehs Army Research Lab
  • Ira W. Merritt Chief, Concepts Identification and Applications Analysis Division Advanced Technology Directorate, Missile Defense and Space Technology Center U. S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command
  • James F. O'Bryon Deputy Director, Operational Test and Evaluation Live Fire Testing Office of the Secretary of Defense
  • David Schriner Principal Engineer, Directed Energy Studies, Electronic Warfare Associates

Biological Weapons: The Threat Posed by Terrorists March 4, 1998 Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Technology, Terrorism and Government Information

  • Colonel David R. Franz, Deputy Commander U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command
  • W. Seth Carus, Center for Counterproliferation Research National Defense University
  • Stephen Ostroff, Associate Director National Center for Infectious Diseases

THE COMMERCIALIZATION OF SPACE 
MARCH 5, 1998 SENATE COMMERCE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & SPACE SUBCOMMITTEE

21ST CENTURY SECURITY THREATS 
MARCH 5, 1998 SENATE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE

STATUS OF MONTAGNARDS IN VIETNAM 
March 10, 1998 - Senate Foreign Relations Committee

  • Stanley Roth Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs

U.S. national security space programs
March 11, 1998 Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Strategic Forces

Allegations of Connections Between CIA and The Contras in drug trafficking to the United States
16 March 1998 HOUSE PERMANENT SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE

The Government Secrecy Act of 1997
March 25, 1998, Committee on Governmental Affairs

  • Edmund Cohen Director, Information Management Central Intelligence Agency
  • Bill Leonard Director, Security Programs Department of Defense
  • Bryan Siebert Director, Office of Declassification Department of Energy
  • Steven Garfinkel Director, Information Security Oversight Office National Archives and Records Administration
  • Jeremy Gunn Executive Director John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board
  • Steven Aftergood Senior Research Analyst Federation of American Scientists

INTERNET PRIVACY AND ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS
March 26, 1998 HOUSE JUDICIARY SUBCOMMITTEE ON COURTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

  • THE HONORABLE HOWARD COBLE Opening Statement
  • DAVID L. AARON UNDER SECRETARY, THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
  • David Medine, Associate Director for Credit Practices, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission
  • Fred H. Cate Director, Information Law and Commerce Institute, Indiana University School of Law
  • Deirdre Mulligan Staff Counsel, Center for Democracy and Technology
  • Marc Rotenberg Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center
  • Gary Shapiro, President, Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association

Chemical and Biological Weapons Threats to America: Are We Prepared?
April 22, 1998 Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Technology, Terrorism,and Government Information  and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

  • Janet Reno Attorney General Department of Justice
  • Louis J. Freeh Director Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • R. James Woolsey Former Director of Central Intelligence
  • Donald C. Latham Member, Defense Science Board
  • Richard Preston Author of The Bioweaponeers and The Hot Zone
  • Christine Gosden Professor of Medical Genetics University of Liverpool
  • CDR James K. Campbell (USN) Author of Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism

Chemical and Biological Weapons Threats to America: Are We Prepared?
22 April 1998 - Senate Judiciary Subcommittee and Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Terrorism and Intelligence Operations
May 20, 1998 Joint Economic Committee

Future threats to the Department of Defense information systems, including the year 2000 problems and the sale of the frequency spectrum
June 4, 1998 - SENATE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE

  • John J. Hamre Deputy Secretary of Defense
  • LTG Kenneth A. Minihan, Director, National Security Agency

H.R. 3829: The Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act of 1998
June 10, 1998 House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Commission to Assess the Ballistic Missile Threat to the United States
July 16, 1998 House National Security Committee

North Korea's ballistic missile and weapons of mass destruction programs
September 23,1998 -SENATE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE
CLOSED - Staff Attendance Restricted

  • George J. Tenet, Director of Central Intelligence
  • Lieutenant General Patrick M. Hughes, USA Director, Defense Intelligence Agency

Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism And U.S. Preparedness
2 October 1998 - House Government Reform and Oversight Committee
Subcommittee on National Security, International Affairs, and Criminal Justice

Worldwide Threats Facing the United States 
6 OCTOBER 1998 - SENATE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE

  • William S. Cohen, Secretary of Defense (No statement available)
  • GENERAL H. SHELTON, CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF

Department of Energy's Foreign Visitor Program
October 6, 1998 House National Security Military Procurement Subcommittee

  • Keith O. Fultz, US General Accounting Office
  • John C. Browne Director Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • C. Paul Robinson, Director, Sandia National Laboratories
  • Elizabeth Moler , Deputy Secretary of Energy, Department of Energy
  • C. Bruce Tarter, Director, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory




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