Committees and technical advisory groups (TAGs) are one of the most important NAPIPM functions. These groups work one-on-one with state experts and with representatives from federal agencies. They help develop positions, propose changes to federal procedures, and analyze and comment on proposed federal changes. How much time does it take to be active on a TAG or Committee? That depends on the size of the issue. Typically the work includes commenting on drafted position papers or making phone calls to colleagues in other states to share or obtain information. The EAC understands that each member's primary commitment is to their employer, and works to keep NAPIPM tasks manageable.
For further information, please e-mail any of the EAC members by clicking on their names in the Executive Advisory Council list.