Michael Mendelson and Delbert Smith look at the attempts of the US Government to stimulate the development of the US remote sensing industry
On 25 April, 2003, the US President issued a new national policy on remote sensing which supercedes the 9 March, 1994 Presidential Decision Directive on US Policy on Foreign Access to Remote Sensing Space Capabilities. The new policy assigns primary responsibility for civil remote sensing to the Department of Commerce, Nasa and the Department of the Interior, part of an effort by the Executive Office of the President to stimulate the development of the US remote sensing industry.
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