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The World Around Us. How to provide technical counsel and advice, in a fully ethical and professional manner, to those governmental bodies making decisions in which engineering knowledge is required or engineering judgment exercised, has long been a matter of concern to many engineers. While realizing that political factors are often present, these engineers fear that proper and unbiased engineering fact and information have not always been made available. It should be pointed out that this concern seems to center on the lack of an appropriate and professional channel, rather than on the lack of good will among the agencies able to provide the service and those requiring it.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 5 )