Speaker(s): Timothy P. Clancy
...Timothy P. ClancyProject Director, Committee on ScienceUnited States House of Representatives In his second stint on the House Science Committee staff, Tim Clancy serves as the Project Director on the majority staff of the House Committee on Science-responsible for coordinating science and technology (S&T) issues relating to Committee Chairman Sherwood Boehlert's home district and the State of New York, oversight over state-federal S&T partnerships and international S&T policy.He
is also responsible for outreach to all majority members of the Committee.In the 107th and 108th Congresses, Tim served as coordinator for Committee efforts in cybersecurity R&D, resulting in the drafting of H.R. 3394 (P.L. 107-305), the Cybersecurity Research and Development Act, signed by President Bush on November 27, 2002.He
also helped draft provisions of 21st Century National Nanotechnology Research and Development Act (P.L. 108-153), legislation that originated in the Science Committee
.In the 109th Congress
will continue to advise Chairman Boehlert
on nanotechnology, information technology and Homeland Security technology issues generally as the Committee continues oversight over both the implementation the Cybersecurity R&D Act and the Nanotechnology R&D Act, other IT research and development programs and the S&T
programs of the Department of Homeland Security.Mr. Clancy previously served as a Professional Staff Member on the minority staff of the then-Science Subcommittee of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee from 1993-1994 with oversight responsibility over the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy.Between his tours on the Science Committee, Mr. Clancy served from 1994-2001 as Senior Legislative Policy Analyst in the Office of Legislative & Public Affairs at the National Science Foundation.In this position Mr. Clancy served as liaison to the U.S. House of Representatives and the United States Senate for the NSF Director and the Deputy Director, focusing on research and education policy across all disciplines of science and engineering.Tim earned a B.A. in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA and a J.D. from Western New England School of Law in Springfield, MA where he was a member of the Law Review.
Originally from Rome, New York, he
currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.