APPENDIX B LIST OF PRESENTATIONS

Environmental Management Science Program: Background and History, Carol Henry (DOE-EM), May 11, 1996.

Environmental Management Science Program: Current Process, Michelle Broido (DOE-ER), May 11, 1996.

Panel Discussion on EM Science Program/Opportunities and Challenges, Sally Benson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Gregory Choppin (Florida State University), Donald DePaolo (University of California), A. J. Francis (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Remy Hennet (S.S. Papadopulos & Associates), Terry Surles (Argonne National Laboratory), May 11, 1996.

Reflections on the First Committee Meeting, Carol Henry (DOE-EM) and Ari Patrinos (DOE-ER), June 15, 1996.

EM Science: Challenges and Opportunities, Judy Bostock (DOE Savannah River), June 15, 1996.

Reflections on the First Report, Mark Gilbertson (DOE-EM) and Ari Patrinos (DOE-ER), July 22, 1996.

FY 1996 Proposal Competition: Initial Assessment, Carol Henry (DOEEM) and Ari Patrinos (DOE-ER), July 22, 1996.

Short Report on Cleanup Challenges at the Hanford Site, Steve Blush (independent), July 22, 1996.

Briefings on Related Research Programs, Cliff Dahm (NSF), Jay Grimes (DOE), and Dorothy Patton (EPA), July 22, 1996.

Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges and Research Needs at the Hanford Site, Billy Shipp and Roy Gephart (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Frank Parker (Vanderbilt University), and Deborah Trader (Richland-DOE), July 23, 1996.

Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges and Research Needs at the Savannah River Site, Lou Papouchado (Savannah River Technology Center), Joe Rossabi (Savannah River Technology Center), and Jim Brown (Savannah River Site), July 23, 1996.

Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges at the Rocky Flats Site, Richard Bateman (Kaiser Hill) and Joyce Schroeder (Los Alamos National Laboratory), July 23, 1996.



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Building an Effective Environmental Management Science Program: Final Assessment APPENDIX B LIST OF PRESENTATIONS Environmental Management Science Program: Background and History, Carol Henry (DOE-EM), May 11, 1996. Environmental Management Science Program: Current Process, Michelle Broido (DOE-ER), May 11, 1996. Panel Discussion on EM Science Program/Opportunities and Challenges, Sally Benson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Gregory Choppin (Florida State University), Donald DePaolo (University of California), A. J. Francis (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Remy Hennet (S.S. Papadopulos & Associates), Terry Surles (Argonne National Laboratory), May 11, 1996. Reflections on the First Committee Meeting, Carol Henry (DOE-EM) and Ari Patrinos (DOE-ER), June 15, 1996. EM Science: Challenges and Opportunities, Judy Bostock (DOE Savannah River), June 15, 1996. Reflections on the First Report, Mark Gilbertson (DOE-EM) and Ari Patrinos (DOE-ER), July 22, 1996. FY 1996 Proposal Competition: Initial Assessment, Carol Henry (DOEEM) and Ari Patrinos (DOE-ER), July 22, 1996. Short Report on Cleanup Challenges at the Hanford Site, Steve Blush (independent), July 22, 1996. Briefings on Related Research Programs, Cliff Dahm (NSF), Jay Grimes (DOE), and Dorothy Patton (EPA), July 22, 1996. Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges and Research Needs at the Hanford Site, Billy Shipp and Roy Gephart (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Frank Parker (Vanderbilt University), and Deborah Trader (Richland-DOE), July 23, 1996. Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges and Research Needs at the Savannah River Site, Lou Papouchado (Savannah River Technology Center), Joe Rossabi (Savannah River Technology Center), and Jim Brown (Savannah River Site), July 23, 1996. Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges at the Rocky Flats Site, Richard Bateman (Kaiser Hill) and Joyce Schroeder (Los Alamos National Laboratory), July 23, 1996.

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Building an Effective Environmental Management Science Program: Final Assessment Briefings on Research Management at National Laboratories, Philip Thullen (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) and Thomas Dunning (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), July 23, 1996. Briefings on Corporate R&D Management, Margaret Gruzca (Industrial Research Institute), July 23, 1996. Building Partnerships with Government, Universities, and Industry, Thomas Moss (National Research Council), July 23, 1996. Briefing on the Lab Coordinating Council, William Schertz (DOE), July 23, 1996. Briefings on Federal Research Programs, Constance Atwell (National Institutes of Health) and Ronald Kostoff (Office of Naval Research), July 23 and 24, 1996. Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges and Research Needs at the Idaho Site, John Beller (Idaho National Engineering Laboratory) and Tom Williams (DOE-Idaho), July 24, 1996. Selected Views on Cleanup Challenges and Research Needs at the Oak Ridge Site, Sharon Robinson (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), July 24, 1996. GPRA (Government Performance and Results Act), Jack Fellows (Office of Management and Budget), July 24, 1996. Briefings on Department of Defense Research Programs, Jeff Marqusee (DOE), July 24, 1996. Lessons Learned from FY96 Proposal Competition; Plans for FY97 Program Announcement; and Expectations for the Letter Report, Steve Domotor (DOE-EM), Mark Gilbertson (DOE-EM), and Bill Luth (DOE-ER), August 21, 1996. Selected Views of Research Needs from Focus Groups: Landfills and Plumes, Brian Looney (Plumes/Landfills Focus Area, Savannah River Site); Tanks, Rod Quinn and John LaFemina (Tanks Focus Area, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory); Mixed Waste, John Kolts (Mixed Waste Focus Area, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory); Decontamination and Decommissioning, Steve Bossart (Decontamination and Decommissioning Focus Area, DOEM organtown Energy Technology Center); August 22, 1996. Presentations and Discussions on Program Management, Chris Parkinson (PA Consulting Group), Al Sattelberger (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Steve Domotor (DOE-EM), August 22, 1996.

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Building an Effective Environmental Management Science Program: Final Assessment Committee-DOE Discussions on the Following Issues: Reflections on the Last Committee Meeting, Program Management Plans for the EMSP in FY 1997, FY 1997 Financial Plan for the EMSP, Current Science and Technology Integration Efforts in EM-50, Plans for Assessing the Impact of the EMSP on Technology Development and Cleanup, Coordination of EMSP with ER Programs, Full Funding for National Laboratory Proposals; Carol Henry and Mark Gilbertson (DOEEM), Michelle Broido (DOE-ER); September 27, 1996. Management of R&D to Application: Experiences from EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) and GRI (Gas Research Institute), Bob Bell (Consolidated Edison), September 27, 1996. Management of Mission-Directed Basic Research: Two Examples from ORNL, Janet Cushman (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) and Stan Auerbach (retired, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), September 27, 1996. Committee-DOE Discussions on the Following Topics: Reflections on the Letter Report, Issues to Be Addressed in the Final Report: Program Management, Financial Plan, Integration of Science into Technology Development, Assessing the Effectiveness of the EMSP, Coordination with Other Research Programs; Carol Henry (DOE-EM), Ari Patrinos, Jean Morrow, and Bill Millman (DOE-ER), October 22, 1996. Comments from EM and ER on the Final Report, Mark Gilbertson (DOEEM) and Roland Hirsch (DOE-ER), November 18, 1996.