Wednesday's meeting announcements: Possible swaps rules

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The Department of Justice's commission on paroles will meet May 7 in Washington, D.C., to receive reports and comments.

The Postal Service's board of governors will meet before the public on May 10 to discuss quarterly performance. 

On behalf of two dozen agencies, the National Science Foundation is holding a meeting from May 14 to 17 to seek input on expanding the results of federally funded research and development projects. 

A Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation advisory committee will meet May 16 to discuss ways to expand bank service to undeserved populations.

The Department of Health and Services is establishing a new panel on inheritable diseases among young children. The advisory committee will hold its first meeting via webinar on May 16 and 17

National Defense University's board of visitors will hold one of its biannual meetings on May 20 and 21 on the university's campus in Washington, D.C. 

An Environmental Protection Agency committee on state environmental quality issues will meet on May 20 and 21 in Arlington, Va., to discuss pesticides, herbicides and the endangered species program. 

An interagency committee on diabetes will meet on the National Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Md., on May 23

On June 5, the Department of Justice's review board on public safety medals of valor is holding a conference call to discuss a range of issues. 

The Fish and Wildlife Service's council on wildlife and hunting all meet June 5 and 6 in Bismark, N.D., to review a ten-year implementation plan and issues in the farm bill.