Friday's meeting announcements: Advising the Navy secretary

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The Federal Maritime Commission, which regulates transportation on the ocean, is holding a meeting on its strategic plan on May 15

Also on May 15, the board of the Corporation for National and Community Service, which oversees organizations like AmeriCorps, is meeting in Washington, D.C., to consider reports and actions. 

A Department of Health and Human Services council on medical school is holding a webinar on May 20 to finalize a report. 

A Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) panel on digital instrumentation and control will meet in Rockville, Md., on May 21 to review proposed revisions to regulatory guides. 

On May 22, the NRC's board on renewing power plant licenses is gathering to discuss a Missouri plant's application, and a subcommittee on risk assessments will discuss a new development plan. 

The NRC's subcommittee on Fukushima, Japan, will meet on May 23

A National Marine Fisheries Service panel on migratory fish in the Pacific will meet on May 28, 39 and 30 in La Jolla, Calif. 

Fishery management council committees on mackerel and ecosystem science and statistics will meet on May 29 in Tampa, Fla. 

On May 29 and 30, the New England Fishery Management Council's committee on monkfish is meeting in Providence, R.I., to consider actions that would affect fishers in New England. 

From June 3 to 11, the management council for fishing in the North Pacific will gather in Juneau, Alaska, for a series of meetings. 

An advisory council on child health and human development at the National Institutes of Health is meeting on June 6 to review reports of ongoing research and operations. 

The Environmental Protection Agency is holding a workshop on the health effects of nitrogen oxides in Research Triangle Park, N.C., on June 11

On June 19 and 20, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's advisory panel on immunization is meeting in Atlanta, Ga. 

The Food and Drug Administration's advisory committee on anesthetic and analgesic drugs will meet in Silver Spring, Md., on July 18 to discuss recommendations for regulation. 

The Legal Services Corporation, an independent agency, is conducting two workshops to go through potential new rules. The workshops will be streamed online from the agency's board meeting in Denver, Colo., on July 23 and Washington, D.C., on Sept. 17.