After Keenan briefly discusses his education, he describes the Rosser and Pierce reports that he worked on that spurred National Science Foundation (NSF) activity in relation to computers and a networking grant that he received from NSF while at the Inter-University Communications Council (Educom). He discusses his work with Kent Curtis in the Office of Computing Activities (OCA). Keenan concludes with a brief mention of other NSF personnel who worked in OCA or related areas.
Thomas A. Keenan, OH 217. Oral history interview by William Aspray, 28 September 1990, Washington, D.C. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107401
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