The S&T Policy Division consists of the six academic centers at the Institute as well as develops meaningful science and technology policy recommendations for the federal government. Currently, the S&T Policy Division includes the Center for Revolutionary Scientific Thought, Center for Adaptation and Innovation, International Center for Terrorism Studies, Regulatory Science and Engineering Center, Center for Neurotechnology Studies and a center on Cyber Readiness. Contracts covered in this center include strategic planning for the Defense Microelectronics Activity, policy, research and outreach for the Corrosion Policy and Oversight office, and technology trends and acquisition strategy for the Rapid Reaction Technology Office. The work in these centers and contracts covers a range of topics and products. More information can be found on the websites for each center.