appropriate, other public and private sector organizations that have an interest in the DOE coal program. The meeting will be directed at a critical assessment of the current DOE coal program and areas in EPACT identified above for which the DOE is seeking programmatic objectives and priorities.

The committee will hold additional deliberative meetings to formulate its conclusions and recommendations and prepare its report.

It is anticipated that the study will begin about August 1, 1993, and the committee's report would be available by July 31, 1994.

ANTICIPATED RESULTS:

The study will result in a final report to the Department of Energy responsive to the charge outlined in this proposal. The committee's report will be subject to NRC review procedures and be made available to the public without restrictions. The report will be prepared in sufficient quantity to ensure adequate distribution.



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