William Schneider Jr
William Schneider Jr. is a Visiting Scholar at Policy Exchange and a Senior Fellow of the Hudson Institute in Washington DC. He served as Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology during the Reagan administration. He previously served as Associate Director for National Security and International Affairs at the Office of Management and Budget. He is currently an adviser to the Departments of Defense, Energy, and State as well as the intelligence community. He also serves as a member of the Defense Science Board, which he chaired from 2001 to 2009. He recently served as a member of the Congressional Advisory Panel on the Governance of the Nuclear Security Enterprise. He was awarded the DoD’s Medal for Distinguished Public Service in 2009 and the Fubini Award in 2018. He is the founder and former chairman of the Department of State’s Defense Trade Advisory Group (1992–2018). Previously, he served as chairman of the General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament (1987–1993). He serves as a member of the Board of Visitors of the University of Rochester Laboratory for Laser Energetics. Schneider earned a doctorate from New York University. He is a member of the American Economic Association, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
RT @IPPR 🚨 NEW - IPPR and @Policy_Exchange jointly call for a cross-party social care solution based on the principal that it should be free at the point of use New POLLING reveals growing cross-party support for reforms and funding for social care (Thread👇) ippr.org/blog/ippr-p…
RT @rcsloggett COVID 19 must lead to a change in how we fund and reform #socialcare. That is why @Policy_Exchange and @IPPR with the support of @IndependentAge have come together to show cross party consensus is possible and must be acted upon. Our piece in @Telegraph: bit.ly/2Zu1IA6
NEW: Care after Coronavirus: An Emerging Consensus Policy Exchange and @IPPR call for a cross-party social care solution arguing that care should be free at the point of use Polling suggests growing support for reforms in funding social care policyexchange.org.u…