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Presentations to the Committee

Presentations May 23–24, 2000

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Sponsor)

William C. Apgar, Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner

Susan M. Wachter, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research

Ayse Can Talen, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research, Evaluation, and Monitoring

David Engel, Director, Affordable Housing Research and Technology Division

Executive Office of the President

Henry Kelly, Office of Science and Technology Policy,

Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH) Program

Diane Dorius, Senior Financial Advisor, PATH Program

National Association of Home Builders Research Center, Inc.

G. Robert Fuller, Senior Engineer, and PATH Field Evaluation Coordinator

Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Joel Zingeser, Manager, Standards and Codes Services, BFRL

U. S. Department of Energy

John Talbott, Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs

Steven Winter Associates, Inc.

Steven Winter, President

PATH Roadmapping Strategy

Scott Hassell, Science and Technology Policy Institute, RAND Corporation

David Dacquisto, NAHB Research Center

PATH Performance Measure Development

Rick Nevins, ICF Consulting, Inc.

Presentations August 29–30, 2000

HUD Housing Technology: Policy and Research Directions

Susan M. Wachter, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, HUD

Status and Direction of the PATH Program

Elizabeth Burdock, PATH Executive Director



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Page 52 B Presentations to the Committee Presentations May 23–24, 2000 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Sponsor) William C. Apgar, Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner Susan M. Wachter, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research Ayse Can Talen, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research, Evaluation, and Monitoring David Engel, Director, Affordable Housing Research and Technology Division Executive Office of the President Henry Kelly, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH) Program Diane Dorius, Senior Financial Advisor, PATH Program National Association of Home Builders Research Center, Inc. G. Robert Fuller, Senior Engineer, and PATH Field Evaluation Coordinator Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Joel Zingeser, Manager, Standards and Codes Services, BFRL U. S. Department of Energy John Talbott, Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs Steven Winter Associates, Inc. Steven Winter, President PATH Roadmapping Strategy Scott Hassell, Science and Technology Policy Institute, RAND Corporation David Dacquisto, NAHB Research Center PATH Performance Measure Development Rick Nevins, ICF Consulting, Inc. Presentations August 29–30, 2000 HUD Housing Technology: Policy and Research Directions Susan M. Wachter, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, HUD Status and Direction of the PATH Program Elizabeth Burdock, PATH Executive Director

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Page 53 Program Perspective From an Industry Steering Committee Member & PATH Demonstration Site Builder Mike Chapman, Chapman Homes, Santa Fe, NM Overview of the Village Green PATH National Pilot Project & Partnership Jay Starke, Lee Homes, Marina Del Ray, CA Program Perspective From a PATH Cooperative Partner/Organization with Multiple PATH Evaluated Technologies Deborah Weintraub, Southern California Edison