Tuesday's meeting announcements: Energy Department's regulatory panel

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Also on June 27, the board of directors of the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. will meet in Washington to discuss environmental procedures and guidelines. 

The Federal Election Commission is also meeting in Washington on June 27 to review draft rules and an enforcement manual. 

The Commerce Department's panel on first responders' networks is holding its spring meeting via teleconference on June 27. 

The National Marine Fisheries Service is holding a video conference on July 1 to describe its opinion on a hydroelectric project.

The U.S. Access Board will meet on July 9 and 10 to discuss its proposal on passenger vessels and other issues. 

A fisheries science center is holding a workshop webinar on July 15 to go over data issues for upcoming assessments of Pacific coast groundfish. 

The National Archives committee on industrial security programs is meeting in Washington on July 17. 

On July 18 and 19, NASA's advisory panel on unmanned aircraft systems is meeting in Washington. 

The Pentagon's task force on wounded, ill and injured service members is meeting in Arlington, Va., on July 25 and 26 to discuss its annual report. 

On July 26, a juvenile justice coordinating council is meeting to discuss a National Academy of Sciences report. 

Aviation panels on rechargeable lithium batteries, audio systems and unmanned aircraft will be meeting throughout July. 

The Food and Drug Administration's panel on tobacco products is meeting in Silver Spring, Md., on August 16. 

On August 27 and 28, the Bureau of Land Management's advisory council for the Idaho Falls area is meeting in Pocatello, Idaho. 

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