The Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise provides the strategic linkage between the public and private sector to develop and improve solutions to increasingly complex problems associated with the delivery of public services—a responsibility increasingly shared by both sectors. Operating at the nexus of public and private interests, the Center researches, develops, and promotes best practices; develops policy recommendations; and strives to influence senior decision-makers toward improved government and industry results.
The Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise (CPPPE) in the Maryland School of Public Policy seeks a graduate student for a summer internship supporting the Lockheed Martin Corporation. During the internship the student will conduct research and write a case study. Responsibilities The...
Two defense behemoths, Lockheed Martin Corp. and Boeing Co., created the industry's version of a dream team when they announced plans last week to collaborate on the Air Force's next-generation bomber.
Researchers at the Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise (CPPPE) recently released their report examining the challenges surrounding the Department of Defense's (DoD) Independent Research and Development (IR&D) policies.
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