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Choose priority recommendations for Spring CFSAC meeting

Discussion in 'Action Alerts and Advocacy' started by Sasha, May 7, 2013.

  1. Sasha

    Sasha Fine, thank you

    This on Jennie Spotila's blog (always good value):

    As I’ve reviewed elsewhere in great detail, the CFS Advisory Committee will be discussing which recommendations should be designated “high priority” at their meeting on May 22-23rd. We now have the opportunity to voice our own views about which recommendations are most important. I’ve saved you the trouble of reviewing all 77 recommendations yourself, and have selected the recommendations that are incomplete and still relevant. The full text of those 17 recommendations are listed below for your convenience. [...]

    Read the whole thing here:
    I'm not familiar with how these things work and I don't know what people should do to get their recommendations in. I've posted a question on Jennie's post which is currently held in moderation. Quite possibly she already discussed it - I can't remember! o_O
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  2. jspotila

    jspotila Senior Member

    I strongly recommend that people sign up for public comment, or at least send written comments in. I suggest identifying your personal top 3 from among that list of recommendations, and ask CFSAC to make those the high priority recommendations.

    PR is publishing an article from me this week about the upcoming meeting and how to participate. Hopefully Mark won't mind if I copy the participation instructions here:

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