Treat your friends as you do your pictures, and place them in their best light. - Jennie Jerome Churchill
Below are the sections of the NaukaNet proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation.

The original National Science Foundation's High Performance International Internet Services Program Solicitation is available for reading.

  • Section A - Executive Summary

  • Section C.1 - Proposed Services

  • Section C.2 - Organization Description

  • Section C.3 - C.4 - Engineering & Operations

  • Section C.5 - C.7 - Implementation Plan & Reporting

  • Section D - References

  • Section E - Biographical Sketches

  • Section F - Budget

  • Note Regarding Ameritech and Teleglobe

  • * Note that Section B (a Table of Contents NSF form) is not included.


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    The National Science Foundation (http://www.nsf.gov) is sponsoring the NaukaNet project with the Ministry for Science and Technology of the Russian Federation.

    The NSF is an independent federal agency in the United States responsible for fundamental research in all fields of science and engineering, with an annual budget of about $3.3 billion.

    Please visit our MirNET page on NSF for more information and additional links.

    The NaukaNet team expresses its gratitude to the NSF for sponsoring this project and, in particular, to Steve Goldstein whose efforts over the years have been largely responsible for the Internet's evolution into a global network - as well as our program/office team of Chip Cox, Tom Greene and Aubrey Bush of the ANIR Division of NSF CISE.