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    Below is C16's chart from DC. I left the names and such so you know who to contact if you have questions on their topic.

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    EDLT 721 Policy and Development
    Potential DC Meetings
    Net Neutrality, White Space
    1. (National Broadband Plan)
    2. Office of Native Affairs and Policy
    Native American Considerations and offering my assistance based upon my view and place in the BIA and BIE
    In Progress
    Attempting to Contact -
    Geoffrey Blackwell (Director ONAP)
    NEA - National Education Association
    Union perspective on NCLB, Race to the Top
    Rolin, An, Rod
    Confirmed. 3/29 at 11AM with Matt Finucane. Address TBA.
    President Barack Obama
    Because he's President
    Request made on our behalf, fingers crossed,
    not expecting a response. [I am definitely going if he responds :).] Angel
    PCRM (Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine)
    Fights to reform federal nutrition policy
    Haven't contacted yet...assuming I will be the only one interested?
    EWG (Environmental Working Group)
    Advocates for health protection and change in subsidy focus
    Same as above
    Access Board
    Request made
    Smithsonian - contact is Claudine Brown
    How can mobile technology/AR be utilized in educative means and across various museums
    Meeting with Michael Edson, the Director of Web & New Media Development at the Smithsonian - CONFIRMED for 3/29 at 10am.
    National Gallery of Art - contact is Lynn Russell
    How does the National Gallery promote art education through AR/mobile tech?
    no dice.
    American Association of Museums - contact is Elizabeth Merritt, Director of Center for Future Museums
    Look at future not only via AR/mobile tech, but funding, memberships, organizational structure
    Left message for Gusel duChateau, associate director. I hate answering machines.
    National Endowment for the Arts - contact is Daniel Beattie, Director of Arts Education
    How does a national funding arm promote education, and how do they use tech in those efforts?
    Have a contact.
    Library of Congress - Digital Preservation (contact is Martha Anderson)
    Copyright issues / open access in a digital world. Also, how to exemplify items and use tech to promote access
    Left message for Ms. Anderson. If you think my forum postings are long, wait until I leave you a voice mail.
    Congressman Polis
    Co-sponsor of Race To The Top (2011) bill
    Confirmed for 3/27 at 10:20
    Congressman Lamar Smith
    Architect of SOPA
    Confirmed for 3/27 at 11:30
    Congressman Kline
    Chair, education and workforce committee
    Confirmed for 3/27 at 1:00
    Staff of Science and Technology Committee
    Informs congress on science and technology
    Confirmed for 3/27 at 2:00
    Congresman Lankford
    Chair, subcommittee on technology, information policy, intergovernmental relations and procurement reform
    3/28 at 3:00. Pending confirmation of conflict with Apple meeting. Congressman has requested this day/time
    AAUW (American Association of University Women)
    AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. Asked specifically about STEM-related policies.
    CONFIRMED: 3/30 at 10:30am
    ASTD - American Society for Training and Development
    Association focusing on education in corporations.
    CONFIRMED: 3/29 at 2:00PM, 1HR,
    At ASTD, Jennifer and Justin speaking on social media.
    Rep. John Mica (R - FL)
    Rep. Mica is an advocate for arts and museums, specifically federal museums like the NGA and the Smithsonian. He recently proposed legislation for expanding the NGA
    Contacted Gerry Lynam, Rep. Mica's point person on arts and museums. No dice.
    The National Crime Prevention Council
    2001 Jefferson Davis Highway
    Suite 901
    Arlington, VA 22202-4801
    Unconfirmed -
    request sent via web contact form. Follow up phone call attempt to reach Ann M. Harkins President CEO.
    National Association of Secondary School Principals
    1904 Association Drive,
    Reston, VA 20191-1537
    Unconfirmed -
    request sent directly to executive director JoAnn Bartoletti.
    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20201
    Unconfirmed -
    request sent to Madam Secretary
    The Honorable Kathleen Sebelius.
    The U.S. Department of Education Press Office,
    400 Maryland Avenue, SW, 7E-247,
    Washington, DC 20202.
    Unconfirmed -
    request sent to Press Office (all educators are directed to them) Has any one tried Honrable Arne Duncan? Also did I hear that Paul arranged for time with Director of OET Karen Cator?
    The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
    Pew Research Center
    1615 L Street, NW
    Suite 700
    Washington, DC 20036
    request sent to Amanda Lenhart, Senior Research Specialist Pew Internet and American Life Project.
    - Heard back and Ms. Lenhart and her immediate colleagues will be out of town.
    Institute of Museums and Library Services
    This is the group that provides government funding for museums and libraries to go digital.
    CONFIRMED, but not sure who we will meet. Christopher Reich, the deputy director for museums, is out of town, but has assured me someone from his office would be happy to speak with us.

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