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date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 15:04:45 -0500
from: "Peter.M.Steurer" <Peter.M.SteureratXYZxyza.gov>
subject: Fwd: Invitation to Dec 2 NOAA Strategic Plan Stakeholder Workshop
to: _NOAA SAB DAARWG <DAARWG.NCDCatXYZxyza.gov>

All,
Below is an invitation from the NOAA Administrator to attend a strategic plan stakeholder
workshop.
Pte
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Subject: Invitation to Dec 2 NOAA Strategic Plan Stakeholder Workshop
Date: Wed, 04 Nov 2009 17:06:07 -0500
From: John Longenecker [1]<John.K.LongeneckeratXYZxyza.gov>
To: [2]Cynthia.DeckeratXYZxyza.gov
CC: [3]laura.furgioneatXYZxyza.gov, 'Edward Johnson' [4]<Edward.Johnson@noaa.gov>

Cynthia:

In order to ensure all the NOAA Stakeholders are properly invited and given
the opportunity to participate in the NGSP for NOAA, would it be possible
for you to forward the imbedded message to the SAB members as well as
working group members? Unfortunately, there may be some duplication of
notification, but in the attempt notify all constituents, resending to your
distribution list would alleviate any gaps. Thanks for your help.

John


Subject: Invitation to Dec 2 NOAA Strategic Plan Stakeholder Workshop
Date: Wed, 04 Nov 2009 15:08:01 -0500
From: Dr. Jane Lubchenco [5]<AnnouncementatXYZxyza.gov>
To: [6]HDQ.NOAA.ConstituentsatXYZxyza.gov

Dear NOAA Stakeholder:

Since assuming the position of NOAA Administrator, I have had the privilege
of leading an agency of talented and dedicated employees committed to our
overarching goals of science, services, and stewardship, and to interact
with hundreds of NOAA's constituents who are dedicated to working with us to
improve our nation's environment and economy. As I wrote earlier this year,
"Now is the time.for NOAA to spur the creation of new jobs and industries,
revive our fisheries and the economies and communities they support, improve
weather forecasting and disaster warnings, provide credible information
about climate change and ocean acidification to Americans, and protect and
restore our coastal waters and ecosystems."

These are lofty goals, but President Obama has challenged all of us to aim
high as we seek to address the pressing issues of our times. NOAA is
committed to meeting the President's challenge, and we need your help to do
so.

In an effort to refine its strategic priorities, NOAA has worked for the
past several months on developing its Next Generation Strategic Plan (NGSP).
To date, NOAA has reached out to stakeholders across the country seeking
input, and we are now prepared to build upon this work as we finalize the
NGSP.

Because you are an important NOAA stakeholder, I now seek your participation
in our NGSP Stakeholder Forum. This meeting builds upon a series of regional
roundtables and will help us create a plan that will guide the agency into
the future. Please join me on December 2, 2009, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
at the George Washington University Marvin Center (Cafritz Conference
Center-3rd floor), Washington, D.C.; Foggy Bottom Station on the Blue and
Orange Lines. Details on the NGSP, registration, and an agenda are available
at [7]www.noaa.gov/ngsp. Please register for the forum by November 20, 2009, if
you or a representative of your organization can attend.

Thank you for your past support of NOAA. I look forward to seeing you on
December 2.

Sincerely,

Jane Lubchenco, Ph.D.
Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere


______________________________________________________________
This message was generated for the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans
and Atmosphere and NOAA Administrator by the NOAA Information Technology
Center/Financial and Administrative Computing Division


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Cynthia J. Decker, Ph.D
Executive Director
NOAA Science Advisory Board
SSMC3, Room 11230
1315 East-West Hwy.
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Ph. 301-734-1156
Fax 301-734-1459
Email: [8]cynthia.deckeratXYZxyza.gov
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Thomas R. Karl, L.H.D.

Director, NOAA's National Climatic Data Center

Lead, NOAA Climate Services

Veach-Baley Federal Building

151 Patton Avenue

Asheville, NC 28801-5001

Tel: (828) 271-4476

Fax: (828) 271-4246

[9]Thomas.R.KarlatXYZxyza.gov

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