National Security and International Affairs
The goal of the NSIA Division is to strategically promote the contribution of science and technology to national security, global stability, and economic prosperity. Division activities address science and technology policies in national security, the commerce-security nexus, and international engagement to contribute to the quality and productivity of the U.S. science and technology enterprise and foreign policy goals. National security science and technology policy priorities include nuclear materials security, nuclear arms reduction,non proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, critical infrastructure protection, and counter terrorism. Priorities in the commerce-security nexus include international technology transfer, export controls, information security, and dual-use technology policies. Science and technology priorities to strengthen U.S. goals and capabilities through international engagementinclude science capacity building, science and technology for economic growth and competitiveness, sustainable development and science and technology to address global threats.
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