Q. Why are there so many parts to the steering committee?

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Aug 8, 2012 No Comments ›› Phil Wolff

Why are there so many parts to the steering committee? 

The strategy calls for a steering committee In sticking with that terminology, those at the National Program Office for NSTIC decided to have two main parts.

The first part is the plenary, a group of all those who sign up to participate. 

The second part is a Management Council made up of 14 representatives, one from each of 14 designated categories, attempting to represent diverse interests and stakeholders.

Planners defined several standing committees and the possibility of many working groups.