Appendix D
Committee Meetings

FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING, OCTOBER 20-22, 2009, TOOELE AND SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

Objective: To introduce required administrative procedures set forth by the National Research Council, read the committee statement of task and background review with committee sponsor, receive detailed process and equipment briefing presentations, review preliminary report outline and report-writing process, confirm committee writing assignments, and discuss next steps and future meeting dates.


U.S. Army Chemical Weapon Demilitarization 101, Mr. Ted Ryba, Site Project Manager, TOCDF Field Office


Consideration of Statement of Task, Dr. Peter B. Lederman, Chairman, CMA Closure Committee; and Mr. Raj Malhotra, Special Projects Officer, CMA


Final JACADS Closure Lessons Learned, Ms. Carla Heck, Project Manager, URS


CMA’s Site and Programmatic Closure Experience, Ms. Amy Dean, Environmental Engineer, Project Manager for Elimination of Chemical Weapons, Chemical Materials Agency


NECDF Closure Experience, Mr. Jerry Spillane, Closure Engineer, NECDF


Status of Sites’ Closure Planning and Schedules, Mr. Tim Garrett, Site Project Manager for ANCDF, Chemical Materials Agency


Established Infrastructure for Sharing of Lessons, Mr. Raj K. Malhotra, Special Projects Officer, Risk Management Directorate, Chemical Materials Agency


TOCDF and CAMDS Closure Scope, Schedule and Status, Team Partners/Stakeholders and Their Responsibilities, Ms. Elizabeth Lowes, Deputy General Manager, Closure Integration, EG&G

SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING, NOVEMBER 3-4, 2009, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Objective: To review the draft report, produce a preliminary concurrence draft report, determine what is not yet known and how to learn it, and determine the path forward. Only committee members and staff attended.

THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING, JANUARY 26-28, 2010, DESERET CHEMICAL DEPOT, UTAH

Objective: To introduce required administrative procedures set forth by the National Research Council, read the committee statement of task and background review with committee sponsor, receive detailed process and equipment briefing presentations, review preliminary report outline and report-writing process, confirm com-



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appendix d committee meetings FirsT commiTTee meeTiNg, Status of Sites’ Closure Planning and Schedules, Mr. ocToBer 20-22, 2009, Tim Garrett, Site Project Manager for ANCDF, Chemi- Tooele aNd salT laKe ciTy, uTah cal Materials Agency Objective: To introduce required administrative proce- Established Infrastructure for Sharing of Lessons, Mr. dures set forth by the National Research Council, read Raj K. Malhotra, Special Projects Officer, Risk Man- the committee statement of task and background review agement Directorate, Chemical Materials Agency with committee sponsor, receive detailed process and equipment briefing presentations, review preliminary TOCDF and CAMDS Closure Scope, Schedule and report outline and report-writing process, confirm com- Status, Team Partners/Stakeholders and Their Respon- mittee writing assignments, and discuss next steps and sibilities, Ms. Elizabeth Lowes, Deputy General Man- future meeting dates. ager, Closure Integration, EG&G U.S. Army Chemical Weapon Demilitarization 0, Mr. secoNd commiTTee meeTiNg, Ted Ryba, Site Project Manager, TOCDF Field Office NovemBer 3-4, 2009, WashiNgToN, d.c. Consideration of Statement of Task, Dr. Peter B. Leder- Objective: To review the draft report, produce a pre- man, Chairman, CMA Closure Committee; and Mr. Raj liminary concurrence draft report, determine what Malhotra, Special Projects Officer, CMA is not yet known and how to learn it, and determine the path forward. Only committee members and staff Final JACADS Closure Lessons Learned, Ms. Carla attended. Heck, Project Manager, URS Third commiTTee meeTiNg, CMA’s Site and Programmatic Closure Experience, JaNuary 26-28, 2010, Ms. Amy Dean, Environmental Engineer, Project Man- desereT chemical dePoT, uTah ager for Elimination of Chemical Weapons, Chemical Materials Agency Objective: To introduce required administrative proce- dures set forth by the National Research Council, read NECDF Closure Experience, Mr. Jerry Spillane, Clo- the committee statement of task and background review sure Engineer, NECDF with committee sponsor, receive detailed process and equipment briefing presentations, review preliminary report outline and report-writing process, confirm com- 

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 REVIEW OF CLOSURE PLANS FOR THE BASELINE INCINERATION CHEMICAL AGENT DISPOSAL FACILITIES virTual meeTiNg, mittee writing assignments, and discuss next steps and may 17, 2010 future meeting dates. Objective: To discuss portions of the report draft, U.S. Army Chemical Weapon Demilitarization 0, Mr. resolve remaining issues, and generate a document that Ted Ryba, Site Project Manager, TOCDF Field Office is ready for concurrence. This meeting was conducted over the Web, with document editing carried out online Consideration of Statement of Task, Dr. Peter B. Leder- and in real time and an accompanying teleconference. man, Chairman, CMA Closure Committee; Mr. Raj Malhotra, Special Projects Officer, CMA virTual meeTiNg, may 18, 2010 Response to Letter Report on Review and Assessment of Closure Plan, TOCDF Staff Objective: To discuss portions of the report draft, resolve remaining issues, and generate a document that Programmatic Closure Strategy Document Develop- is ready for concurrence. This meeting was conducted ment and Status of Sites’ Closure Planning and Sched- over the Web, with document editing carried out online ules, Ms. Carla Heck, Closure Manager, URS and in real time and an accompanying teleconference. Regulatory Challenges, Ms. Amy Dean, Team Leader, sixTh commiTTee meeTiNg, Closure and Secondary Waste, HQ, CMA JuNe 2-4, 2010, WashiNgToN, d.c. FourTh commiTTee meeTiNg, Objective: To review the draft report, produce a concur- march 1-3, 2010, edgeWood, marylaNd rence draft, reach concurrence, and determine a path forward. Objective: To review and revise the report concept draft, determine what is not yet known and how to learn urs closure collaBoraTioN aNd it, and a path forward. aligNmeNT Team meeTiNg, JuNe 15-17, 2010, deNver, colorado Status of Overall Closure Planning, Ms. Amy Dean, Team Leader, Closure and Secondary Waste, HQ, Objective: To observe the quarterly meeting of the CMA baseline incineration chemical agent disposal facility closure managers and teams. FiFTh commiTTee meeTiNg, aPril 22-23, 2010, WashiNgToN, d.c. Site Team Objective: To review the draft report, produce a pre- Peter B. Lederman, committee chair liminary concurrence draft, determine what is not yet W. Leigh Short, committee member known and how to learn it, and a path forward. Nancy T. Schulte, study director