Scholars say new outreach program, with only one-fifth of funding, being designed for quick consulting.
Carl Meyer Published: Wednesday, 09/21/2011 12:00 am EDT
The Department of National Defence is changing how it pays for public research on the military, cutting funding by 80 per cent and moving to a new "agile" model that would mimic private consulting, according to scholars involved.
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