|Other U.S. Government-Sponsored Studies||3|
|Organization of the Report||9|
|NATIONAL INTERESTS AND STAKEHOLDERS IN GPS POLICY||11|
|GPS Policy Affects Diverse National Interests||12|
|National Security and Public Safety||12|
|Viewpoints Within the U.S. Government||20|
|Department of Transportation||23|
|The Executive Office of the President||31|
|Viewpoints in U.S. Industry||32|
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Book title: The Global Positioning System:Assessing National Policies.
Contributors: Scott Pace - Author, Gerald Frost - Author, Irving Lachow - Author, David Frelinger - Author, Donna Fossum - Author, Donald K. Wassem - Author, Monica Pinto - Author.
Place of publication: Santa Monica, CA.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: v.
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