Putting in your two-cents worth.Judging from our recent survey results, most attendees were very satisfied with this year's NDTA NDTA National Defense Transportation Association
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Area, 31,055 sq mi (80,432 sq km). Pop. (2000) 4,012,012, a 15. . Even so, we hear comments like, "I wish they'd they'd
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they'd have ~would have talked about ..." or, "I wonder how they came up with the theme?" and "How did they decide on that speaker?"
If given a chance, most folks would like the opportunity to provide input--to "put in their two-cents worth." Did you know that all NDTA members have that option? Every year in the late January or early February timeframe, NDTA convenes a Forum Planning Committee planning committee n (in local government) → comité m de planificación Meeting for that year's event.
The Planning Committee meets to discuss the overall Forum theme, subjects for panel discussions, roundtables, industry tours, educational sessions, speakers, panelists, keynote keynote /key·note/ (ke´not) in homeopathy, the characteristic property of a drug that indicates its use in treating a similar symptom of disease. speakers, and Forum Co-chairs. In short, just about everything you hear and see at the annual Forum has its nucleus nucleus, in physics
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in the Committee.
NDTA goes to great lengths to ensure that the profile of the Committee members is closely aligned with the Association itself. Military, government, industry, young members, life members, all modes, passenger and freight, large and small exhibitors, sponsors, chapter members, and at-large members are some of the many segments represented in a typical Forum Planning Committee session. These NDTAers, numbering around 30 to 40 members, will meet in the Washington, DC area for the better part of a day to plan our 2008 Reno/Tahoe Forum.
The good news is that NDTA wants your "two-cents worth;" they need your input to plan a successful Forum. If you would like to represent one of NDTA's constituencies, please email me at Denise.Bailey@yellowcorp.com. Or, if you don't have a full day to devote to the meeting, but have good ideas that you would like to put on the table, send them along also. The more input we have, the more next year's Forum can reflect viewpoints and issues that interest our membership the most.
Denise A. Bailey
Director, Government Sales