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RE: [802SEC] FW: +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Get IEEE 802(tm) progr am motion:


As Bob points out, voting yes shows good faith on 802's part to ensure the
program continues and the details of the agreement can be tweaked
appropriately at the July plenary session.  A no vote will probaly terminate
the program.  Use your best judgement in casting your vote.


-----Original Message-----
From: Rigsbee, Everett O []
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 3:24 PM
To: 'Grow, Bob'; ''; 'IEEE802'
Subject: RE: [802SEC] FW: +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Get IEEE 802(tm)
progr am motion:

Bob,  I'm just saying I'd feel a lot more comfortable approving the release
of funds when we have a mutually agreeable statement of the program.  Once
the money is released, the incentive to accept necessary changes may go down
significantly.  Let's get it right up front and everything will go smoothly
in July.

Thanx, Buzz
Dr. Everett O. (Buzz) Rigsbee
Boeing SSG
PO Box 3707, M/S: 7M-FM
Seattle, WA  98124-2207
Ph: 425 865-2443
Fx: 425 865-6721

-----Original Message-----
From: Grow, Bob []
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 10:14 AM
To: ''; 'IEEE802'
Subject: RE: [802SEC] FW: +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Get IEEE 802(tm)
progr am motion:


In reply to Buzz's rationale for voting no.  This motion is not an approval
of the Agreement.  That will have to be voted separately at the July
meeting.  I have recommended a minor change, and am open to Buzz's
suggestions for tightening up the language on the wait period.

I believe though it is appropriate as a measure of good faith to release the
funds escrowed from the March meeting.

--Bob Grow

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Nikolich []
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 3:44 AM
To: 'IEEE802'
Subject: [802SEC] FW: +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Get IEEE 802(tm) program

Dear SEC,

Attached below is an email ballot on the Get IEEE802 program.  The original
version of it was privately sent to SEC members yesterday with a file
attachment on financial data that must remain confidential.

This copy is identical except for the removal of the confidential file so
that I could post it on the public SEC reflector.  SEC members--please do
not discuss  the details of the confidential information on the SEC
reflector.  All other discussion on this motion can and should take place on
the reflector to observe our policy of openess.  I also included a copy of
the background FAQ.


--Paul Nikolich

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Paul Nikolich []
Sent:	Tuesday, June 04, 2002 6:05 PM
To:	'Grow, Bob'; 'Thompson, Geoff'; 'Frazier, Howard'; 'O'Hara, Bob';
'Kerry, Stuart'; 'Heile, Bob'; 'Jeffree, Tony'; 'Stevenson, Carl'; 'Marks,
Roger'; 'Rigsbee, Everett O'; 'Takefman, Mike'; 'Sherman, Matthew';
'Quackenbush, Bill'
Cc:	'Walker, Jerry'
Subject:	 +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Get IEEE 802(tm) program motion:

Dear SEC,

This is an SEC email ballot on an action to be taken by the IEEE 802 SEC on
the Get IEEE 802(tm) program as moved by Roger Marks, seconded by Bob Grow.

As you have all seen, representatives of the SEC, SA and BoG have been
working hard to try to keep the program in place.  Please keep in mind we
are at a critical juncture at this point.  If this motion passes, the
program will stay in place.  If not, the program will most likely terminate.
Please also remember that the attached document describing the financial
data is confidential to the SEC and should not be shared beyond this group.

The email ballot opens on Tuesday June 4th 6PM EDT and closes Tuesday June
11th 6PM EDT.


--Paul Nikolich
Chair, IEEE 802

802 SEC Motion
Moved by:       Roger Marks
Second by:      Bob Grow

"To immediately release the March 2002 LMSC funds held in escrow for
the 'Get IEEE 802' program, with the understanding that the SEC will
consider approval, at its July 2002 meeting, of an agreement with the
IEEE-SA based on the terms outlined in the document 'Get IEEE 802
Program Agreement' (revision 2 dated June 4, 2002)."