Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy
GCATT Building, Room 120 250 14th Street, NW
Barry Bozeman is Regents’ Professor of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology. He previously served as director of the School of Public Policy and was founding director of the Research Value Mapping Program. Before joining Georgia Tech in 1994, Bozeman was Professor of Public Administration and Affiliate Professor of Engineering at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the L. C. Smith College of Engineering. Bozeman’s research interests have focused on public management and science and technology policy. His two most recent books are Bureaucracy and Red Tape (Prentice-Hall, 2000) and Limited by Design: U.S. R&D Laboratories in the U.S. National Innovation System (Columbia University Press, 1998), written with Michael Crow. He is also the author of a previously published IBM Center report: “Government Management of Information Mega Technology: Lessons from the Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Systems Modernization” (March 2002). Professor Bozeman has served as an advisor to a number of government agencies and worked briefly at the National Science Foundation’s Division of Information Science and Technology and the Japanese government’s National Institute for Science and Technology Policy. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the Ohio State University in 1973.