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Chair: Clayton Kirking
Lamia Doumato L-DOUMATO@NGA.GOV
Jeff Ross firstname.lastname@example.org
Polly Trump email@example.com
Eric Schwab firstname.lastname@example.org
Kitty Chibnik email@example.com
Nensi Brailo firstname.lastname@example.org
Paula Epstein email@example.com
Claire Eike firstname.lastname@example.org
Committee met as a whole during the Baltimore conference.
At that general meeting President Allen Townsend explained his
reorganization of the awards committee structure.
That is, sub-committees would report to an overall awards chair.
Since its implementation at that meeting, the new structure seems to have
functioned well. As each
sub-committee functions independently, the sub-chair determines the workflow.
Problems or issues can be directed to the Awards Chair, who can solve or
refer these as necessary. This
system provides a more efficient use of the sub-committees’ time and effort.
The Distinguished Service Award structure varied during the past year, as
President Townsend acted as liaison with the sub-chair.
Awards were all
placed and annual reports submitted by sub-chairs.
The meeting at the 2004 New York conference will consist of a short
general session after which sub-committees will meet, eliminating the need for
six individually scheduled meetings.
subcommittees as needed.
Discussion is needed regarding two topics:
Timing of international awards deadlines, e.g., solicitations and notification
Across-the-board standardization of subcommittee deadlines for inclusion in the management calendar