National Coordination Office for Networking and Information Technology Research and Development

1999-2001 PITAC Reports to the President - Archive

(Updated July 2004)

bullet Report to the President on Digital Libraries: Universal Access to Human Knowledge pdf file
(February 9, 2001)
--  Transmittal Letter to the President
--  Media Advisory

bullet Report to the President on Transforming Health Care Through Information Technology pdf file
(February 9, 2001)
--  Transmittal Letter to the President
--  Media Advisory

bullet Report to the President on Using Information Technology to Transform the Way We Learn pdf file
(February 9, 2001)
--  Transmittal Letter to the President
--  Media Advisory

bullet Report to the President on Developing Open Source Software for High End Computing pdf file
(September 11, 2000)
--  Transmittal Letter

bullet Report to the President on Transforming Access to Government pdf file
(August 31, 2000)
--  Transmittal Letter
--  Media Advisory

bullet Resolving the Digital Divide:  Information, Access and Opportunity
Conference Report pdf file (February 2000)
-- Transmittal Letter
-- Summary of Recommendations
   
  Talks given at the Conference (October 19,1999)
 
bullet Societal Transformations Across Diverse Communitiespdf file
Irving Wladawsky-Berger
bullet National Urban League: Towards Bridging the Digital Divide: Challenges and Solutions to Access for Allpdf file
B. Keith Fulton
bullet Challenges and Solutions to Access for Allpdf file
Paula Y. Bagasao
bullet Resolving for Digital Divide for Native Communities: Defining the Approachpdf file
James A. Casey
   
bullet PITAC Review of the Information Technology for the Twenty-First Century Initiative pdf file
(September 8, 1999)
--  Transmittal Letter
--  Transmittal Letter to Members of Congress pdf file
bullet Distribution list
 
- Information Technology Research: Investing in Our Future
On February 24, 1999, the PITAC released, "Information Technology Research:  Investing in Our Future" on future directions for Federal support of research and development for information technology.