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          Director ?& Under Secretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology

          Walter Copan

          Laboratory Programs

          Associate Director
          James K. Olthoff

          Laboratory Programs

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          Innovation & Industry Services

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          Phillip Singerman

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          Management Resources

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          Delwin Brockett


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          Kevin Kimball

          Created May 27, 2009, Updated November 25, 2019