GOOD GOING: Commerce Undersecretary for Technology Mary Good is returning to private life after serving a little more than one term.
The Clinton administration lost another key technology official when Mary L. Good, Undersecretary for Technology in the Department of Commerce, stepped down on June 3 to return to private life in Little Rock, Ark. Good, who was unavailable for comment, had served in the department since the beginning of Bill Clinton's first term. She was known as a strong advocate for public-private technology partnerships, particularly the Advanced Technology Program, which fosters relationships among universities, industry, and government. "She was visionary in seeing the incredible economic benefits of technology partnerships," comments ATP director Lura J. Powell. Adds Kathleen Kingscott, public policy director for science and technology at IBM Corp. in Armonk, N.Y.: "Few women have the depth of experience in government, industry, and academe that she brought to the job."...

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