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APPENDIX S:15 AM 8:50 AM 10: 30 AM 10:45 AM A February 20, 2003 Washington, DC Final Agenda Welcome and Introductions William H. Hooke, NDR Chair, American Meteorological Society Perspectives of NEHRP Agencies Moderated discussion with key policy makers in the four NEHRP agencies. Issues to be addressed in this session include how the program fits into agencies' missions, their most significant program accomplishments and challenges faced during the past 25 years, and the greatest future challenge for the overall program. Moderator: Richard Sylres, University of Delaware 8:55 AM Anthony S. Lowe, Administrator, Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, Federal Emergency Management Agency 9:15 AM Charles G. Groat, Director, U.S. Geological Survey 9:35 AM Peter Freeman, Assistant Director, Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering Directorate, National Science Foundatio 9:55 AM Orders L. Bement, fr., Director, National Institute of Standards and Technology 10:15 AM Questions and Discussion BREAI; Putting NEHRP to Use Moderated discussion on the accomplishments and challenges of implementing NEHRP from the perspective of private sector and government stakeholders. Moderator: Sedan T~bbes~ng, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute 10:50 AM Ellis M. Stanley, Sr., City of Los Angeles 12

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11:10 AM Lloyd Clad; Pacific Gas and Electric 11:30 AM Card D. Poland, Degenkolb Engineers 11:50 AM Cli~Roblee, California Department of Transportation 12:10 PM Questions and Discussion 12:25 PM 1:35 PM 3:10 PM LUNCH Past, Present, & Future Frontiers in Research Moderated discussion on research issues with perspectives from the science, engineering, and social science communities. Moderator: David Applegate, American Geological Institute 1:40 PM Earthquake Science Tom Jordan, University of Southern California 2:00 PM Earthquake Engineering Thomas D. O'Rourke, Cornell University 2:20 PM Social Science and Planning DarlielJ. Clench, Unirersiy of Wisconsirl-Green Bay 2:40 PM Questions and Discussion 2:55 PM BREAI; NEHRP CHALLENGES AND PRIORITIES Moderated discussion with the program principals from the four NEHRP agencies focusing on such issues as the high priority challenges they see for their individual agencies and the program as a whole, including coordination, and the key messages they are taking away from the day. Moderator: Rose Corotis, University of Colorado Craig Wingo, FEMA Bohr Filson, USGS Priscilla Nelson, NSF Shyam Smolder, NIST 4:15 PM (questions and Discussion 13

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4:45 PM Wrap-Up: Reflections on NEHRP Robert Olson, Robert Olson Associates 5:15 PM Adjourn to Reception in Great Hall 14