Stephen J. Lukasik Papers
Identifier: CBI 254
The collection includes reports and research files related to his professional endevors, and personal papers reflecting his scholastic training and personal interests. The records reflect his involvement in researching the Shroud of Turin, Information and Cyber security, Infrastructure and terrorism, and records related to his professional positions and research. The records are grouped roughly by topic, and is currently unprocessed.
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35 Linear Feet (35 record cartons)
Stephen J. Lukasik Papers reflect Mr. Lukasik's long career in the field of national security. The collection includes reports and research files related to his professional endevors, and personal papers reflecting his scholastic training and personal interests.
Biographical / Historical
Stephen J. Lukasik began his career in the field of national security in 1952. He has served in numerous professional positions, including the Director of the Advanced Research Projects Agency, Chief Scientist at the RAND Corporation and the Federal Communications Commission, and Vice President at Xerox Corporation, Northrop Corporation, and TRW, Inc.
- Stephen J. Lukasik papers
- Mitchell Iverson
- December 2017
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