By Julian Hattem - 09/23/13 03:40 PM EDT
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is holding a meeting on Oct. 2 to discuss safety planning and procedures.
The Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission is meeting Oct. 1 to act on a case involving the Department of Labor.
The National Science Foundation is holding a workshop in Arlington, Va., on Oct. 8 and 9 to review research findings.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is hosting a meeting for its advisory panel on economic inclusion in Washington on October 9.
Fishing regulators will hold a data workshop in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, Oct. 9-11.
On Oct. 10 and 11, an advisory panel will meet in Silver Spring, Md., to discuss recommendations for an upcoming meeting on Atlantic tuna.
The Defense Department’s advisory board on environmental research and development is meeting in Arlington, Va., on Oct. 15.
The Commerce Department’s advisory committee on construction safety is meeting on Oct. 15 and 16 in Gaithersburg, Md.
The Veterans Affairs Department’s advisory committee for its genomic medicine program is meeting to discuss ways to optimize medical care on Oct. 16.
The Health and Human Services Department’s advisory board on radiation and worker health is holding public meetings on Oct. 16 and 17 in Westminster, Colo.
On Oct. 22, the Consumer Product Safety Commission will hear comments from the public about a proposed standard to reduce children’s risk of injury when they ingest magnets.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a public meeting to discuss new water quality standards on Oct. 23. The agency is also holding two webinars in September and November.
On Oct. 29, the Bureau of Land Management is holding a meeting at its Las Vegas office to discuss proposed land rules.
The State Department’s coordinating committee on shipping is holding a meeting on Nov. 6 in Washington.
On Dec. 16, 17 and 18, the EPA is holding a meeting in Washington to review its draft report on the way streams and wetlands connect to larger bodies of water. The report outlines the agency’s belief that it has the authority to regulate the smaller water sources, which connect to larger bodies.