Arnold Levine was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1945. He studied at Brooklyn College and the University of Wisconsin; from the latter he holds a doctorate in European history. Dr. Levine has taught at the City University of New York, served as project manager for a Washington-based research firm, and is a senior associate within a division of a major management services firm in Arlington, Va. In addition to Managing NASA in the Apollo Era, Dr. Levine has written articles on the relations of technical education to economic development and has delivered papers before the Sixth International Congress on Economic History and the American Historical Association. He is currently investigating the acquisition of automated data processing systems in selected Federal agencies.