Appendix B
Committee Meetings and Other Activities

WORKSHOP—TECHNOLOGIES FOR CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTION

August 24, 2004
Washington, D.C.
Attendees

Charles Kolb, Chair, National Research Council (NRC) Monitoring Committee

Margaret Novack, NRC Study Director

FIRST MEETING

September 7-8, 2004
Washington, D.C.
Objectives

Give National Research Council introduction; complete administrative actions, including committee introductions and composition/balance/bias discussions for members, and committee and report procedures; discuss statement of task with sponsor; receive presentations from U.S. Army and other government agencies relevant to statement of task; discuss draft report outline; discuss project plan and report realization; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, locations, and dates for the next two committee meetings.

Presenters

David Cullin, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense

Cheryl Maggio, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency

Raj Malhotra, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency

Kirkman Phelps, U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command—Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

Donald Siebenaler, Study Director, Committee on Chemical Demilitarization

Colleen Weese, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine

SECOND MEETING

October 5-6, 2004
Edgewood, Maryland
Objectives

Complete composition/balance/bias discussions for members; receive presentations from U.S. Army; discuss draft report outline; develop concept draft; discuss project plan and report realization; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, locations, and dates for the next two committee meetings.

Presenters

Robert Durgin, Chief, Monitoring Team, Chemical Materials Agency (CMA)

Jeffrey M. Kiley, Monitoring Office, Risk Management Directorate, CMA

Drew A. Lyle, Environment Office, Risk Management Directorate, CMA

Cheryl L. Maggio, Senior Project Engineer, Operations Division, CMA

Robert Schrengost, General Physics Corporation



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Monitoring at Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities Appendix B Committee Meetings and Other Activities WORKSHOP—TECHNOLOGIES FOR CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTION August 24, 2004 Washington, D.C. Attendees Charles Kolb, Chair, National Research Council (NRC) Monitoring Committee Margaret Novack, NRC Study Director FIRST MEETING September 7-8, 2004 Washington, D.C. Objectives Give National Research Council introduction; complete administrative actions, including committee introductions and composition/balance/bias discussions for members, and committee and report procedures; discuss statement of task with sponsor; receive presentations from U.S. Army and other government agencies relevant to statement of task; discuss draft report outline; discuss project plan and report realization; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, locations, and dates for the next two committee meetings. Presenters David Cullin, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Cheryl Maggio, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency Raj Malhotra, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency Kirkman Phelps, U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command—Edgewood Chemical Biological Center Donald Siebenaler, Study Director, Committee on Chemical Demilitarization Colleen Weese, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine SECOND MEETING October 5-6, 2004 Edgewood, Maryland Objectives Complete composition/balance/bias discussions for members; receive presentations from U.S. Army; discuss draft report outline; develop concept draft; discuss project plan and report realization; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, locations, and dates for the next two committee meetings. Presenters Robert Durgin, Chief, Monitoring Team, Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) Jeffrey M. Kiley, Monitoring Office, Risk Management Directorate, CMA Drew A. Lyle, Environment Office, Risk Management Directorate, CMA Cheryl L. Maggio, Senior Project Engineer, Operations Division, CMA Robert Schrengost, General Physics Corporation

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Monitoring at Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities THIRD MEETING November 22-23, 2004 Washington, D.C. Objectives Receive presentations from U.S. Army; discuss draft report outline; develop first full message draft; discuss project plan and report realization; discuss site visit; make writing assignments; confirm objectives, locations, and dates for the next committee meeting. Presenters Tommy Adams, Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant David Bradley, Senior Engineer, Science Applications International Corporation Robert Durgin, Chief, Monitoring Team, CMA Jeffrey M. Kiley, Monitoring Office, Risk Management Directorate, CMA Raj Malhotra, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency Craig Myler, Battelle Gregory St. Pierre, Chief, Risk Management Directorate, CMA SITE VISIT December 20-22, 2004 Pine Bluff, Arkansas Attendees Charles Kolb, Chair, NRC Monitoring Committee Gary Sides, Member, NRC Monitoring Committee Margaret Novack, NRC Study Director FOURTH MEETING January 11-12, 2005 Irvine, California Objectives Discuss pre-concurrence draft report; develop concurrence draft; discuss project plan and report realization; make writing assignments, if necessary. Presenters None