Appendix D Committee Meetings and Other Activities

1. Committee Meeting, October 26-28, 1998, Southfield, Michigan

The following presentations were made to the committee:

Opening Remarks

Trevor Jones, Committee Chair

Bill Powers, Ford Motor Company, for USCAR

George Joy (U.S. Department of Commerce), Chair, PNGV Government Technology


Discussion of Peer Review IV: Comments and Recommendations

PNGV Executive Committee


Affordability

Chris Sloane, General Motors


Systems Analysis, Engineering, and the Decision Process

Mutasim Salman, General Motors


Vehicle Engineering

Bill Todd, General Motors


Materials

Andy Sherman, Ford Motor Company



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