Thread Subject: Bulletin: TEITAC Agenda development for Feb.2007 meeting
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From: Creagan Tim
Date: Thu, Dec 21 2006 4:05 PM
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Hello TEITAC Members!
The co-chairs and I wanted to bring you up to date on where we stand
with regard to an agenda for the February 2007 meeting.
Mike, Jim and I will prepare a draft agenda next week, and send it out
to all of you for comments.
A number of people were unable to attend a conference call to discuss
the agenda due to holiday obligations.
Any comments on the agenda must be made before/by January 4, 2007.
Please send them to me, and copy Jim and Mike.
We will then finalize the agenda and plan to announce it in the Federal
Register Notice, which we MUST file by Monday, January 8, 2007.
We appreciate all of your hard work on this committee.
Best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season!
Timothy P. Creagan
Senior Accessibility Specialist
U.S. Access Board
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