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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
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The now-terminated '''Advanced Technology Program''' ('''ATP'''), established by the [[Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988]], provided [[seed funding]], matched by private-sector investment, to companies or consortia of universities, industries, and government laboratories to accelerate the development of generic technologies that had broad application across industries.<ref>''See'' Wendy H. Schacht, "The Advanced Technology Program (CRS Report 95-36).</ref> The first awards were made in 1991. By the end of the program in 2007, 824 projects had been funded representing approximately $1.6 billion in federal dollars matched by $1.5 billion in financing from the private sector. Approximately 28% of awards (227) were made for [[joint venture]]s.<ref>[[National Institute of Standards and Technology]], Historical Statistics on ATP Awards/Winners.[http://www.atp.nist.gov/eao/statistics.htm]</ref>
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The now-terminated '''Advanced Technology Program''' ('''ATP'''), established by the [[Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988]], provided [[seed funding]], matched by private-sector investment, to companies or consortia of universities, industries, and government laboratories to accelerate the development of generic technologies that had broad application across industries.<ref>''See'' Wendy H. Schacht, "The Advanced Technology Program (CRS Report 95-36).</ref> The first awards were made in 1991. By the end of the program in 2007, 824 projects had been funded representing approximately $1.6 billion in federal dollars matched by $1.5 billion in financing from the private sector. Approximately 28% of awards (227) were made for [[joint venture]]s.<ref>[[National Institute of Standards & Technology]], Historical Statistics on ATP Awards/Winners.[http://www.atp.nist.gov/eao/statistics.htm]</ref>
   
 
== Competitions ==
 
== Competitions ==

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