Tuesday's meeting announcements: How to make do with less

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is holding a meeting on May 8 around Palm Springs, Calif., to discuss overlapping jurisdiction on a nearby hydroelectric project. 

The National Transportation Safety Board is meeting on May 14 to discuss a safety report and a boat accident report. 

The National Science Foundation is visiting a Maryland quantum physics institute on May 14 and 15.

A board of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Fire Academy is holding a teleconference on May 15 to receive reports and give feedback on the academy's work. 

Also on May 15, the National Marine Fisheries Service's panel on pelagic fish will meet in Tampa, Fla.

On May 16, the Department of Health and Human Services' advisory committee on minority health will hold a videoconference. 

Committees on ground fish and habitats in New England will meet May 17 in Portsmouth, N.H. 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is holding a briefing on human capital and equal opportunity employment on May 20.

On May 20 and 21, the National Science Foundation's advisory panel on social, behavioral and economic sciences will meet in Arlington, Va., to discuss recommendations on major goals and policies.

A Health and Human Services Department panel on chronic fatigue will meet on May 22 at the department's headquarters in Washington. 

On May 29, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold a briefing on a previous agency review. 

From June 12 to 14, the Commerce Department's board on information security will meet in Washington, D.C., to discuss a range of cybersecurity issues.

The Environmental Protection Agency's commission on ozone transportation is meeting June 13 in New Haven, Conn. 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is holding a teleconference on June 18 to discuss the medical use of microparticles.