By Julian Hattem - 08/08/13 02:27 PM EDT
The National Institutes of Health will host a conference call on Aug. 27 for an interagency committee on autism research and policy.
On Aug. 29, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, which is part of the Commerce Department, is holding a meeting to discuss its first privacy multi-stakeholder process.
Regulators for South Atlantic fishing will hold a webinar on Sept. 3 to discuss a proposal for assessing wreckfish stock.
From Sept. 4 to 6, the Army Corps of Engineers board on coastal engineering research is meeting in Long Branch, N.J., to examine the lingering impacts of Hurricane Sandy.
On Sept. 6, the Justice Department’s advisory board for the National Institute of Corrections is meeting in Washington to develop plans and programs for the institute.
Additionally, the National Marine Fisheries Service is holding a webinar on Sept. 6 to discuss the assessment of red hind fish in the Caribbean.
On Sept. 10, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is holding a meeting to provide information on drug product development.
Also on Sept. 10, the State Department’s international telecommunications advisory committee is holding a meeting to plan for an upcoming conference.
The board of visitors for Defense Acquisition University will meet at the training institution’s headquarters in Fort Belvoir, Va., on Sept. 11.
The FDA’s oncology drugs committee is meeting on Sept. 12 to discuss a new drug application.
A Forest Service local resource panel is scheduled to meet in Pueblo, Colo., on Sept. 18.
On Oct. 1, a Forest Service committee will meet in Forest, Miss.
The FDA committee on anti-infective drugs is meeting in Silver Spring, Md., on Oct. 18.
On Oct. 23 and 24, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is holding a meeting for its integrated risk information system to review three chemicals.
The EPA is holding a three-day meeting of its advisory panel on insecticide and fungicide in Arlington, Va., from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1.