- Analyzing the Workforce Requirements of the Department of the Navy
- Toward Energy Security: Stimulating U.S.-Israeli Cooperation in Advanced Biofuels
- A Model for International Cooperation
- Accelerating Science and Technology at the Department of Energy to Meet Critical National Needs
- Building a STEM Pipeline for the Future of Naval S&T
- Assessment of Federal Programs for Research, Development, Demonstration and Deployment of Solar Power Systems
- Riding the Rising Tide: An Innovation Action Agenda
Alliance for Science &Technology Research in America
- Assessment of Federal Programs for Research, Development, Demonstration and Deployment of Marine Energy Systems
- Analysis of Federal R&D Opportunities for New York in Materials and Alternative Energy
New York Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research
- Washington Gets Serious About Alternative Energy
- Building Engineering and Science Talent
Review of Army Education and Outreach Program
- Ensuring Excellence
Action Steps to Increase Return on Investment from Office of Naval Research and Naval Research Enterprise Education Programs
BEST: Building Engineering and Science Talent
- Within Our Reach
Report of the National Task Force on Technology and Disability
- Best Practices in Science & Engineering Workforce Diversity
BEST: Building Engineering & Science Talent
- Are You Ready for Internet Regulation?
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
- The Digital Work Force Challenge
Information Impact Magazine, April 2000
- The Globalization of Industrial Research and Development
- Women Need Support Too
Issues in Science and Technology
National Academy of Science, April 2000
- Is Your Child Ready for Tomorrow’s Best Jobs? (PDF Format)
Scientific American’s Explorations, April 1999
At the Commerce Department, Ms. Carnes directed the research, writing and publication of more than 25 reports on innovation, technology and competitiveness issues, including:
The Digital Work Force: Building Infotech Skills at the Speed of Innovation (PDF Format) (June 1999) and America’s New Deficit (September 1997): these highly influential reports describe the nation’s challenge in developing a world class digital work force, and recommend actions key stakeholders must take to address the challenge.
The Globalizing Research and Development (PDF Format) (1999 and 1996): ground-breaking reports describing the scope of foreign R&D investments in the U. S. and American investments abroad, and assessing the impact of these investments on America’s technological leadership.
The Technology in the National Interest (PDF Format) a statement by President Clinton on America’s technology policy for economic growth, exploring the history and economic results of U.S. policy, and articulating the Clinton Administration’s framework, plans and policies.
The Tech Transfer 2000 and Effective Partnering (1996) (PDF Format) reports to Congress assessing the effectiveness of the federal government’s technology transfer policies and research partnerships, and making recommendations for improving the effectiveness of technology development and transfer mechanisms.