In a message dated 1/18/01 8:42:42 PM Central Standard Time,
> 3a) We obtain funding (private foundations or individuals) to hire some
> number of highly intelligent engineers;
> 3b) We find highly intelligent engineers who are willing to be hired;
> 4) Engineers are hired and work starts.
How will you compete with the lucrative private sector for the best talent?
My apologies for the throw-away question . . . but it seems like a real issue.
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