[802SEC] BoG and SA Call for Candidates - 2004 for 2005
I made an error in my prior message, that Call for Candidates was for the
IEEE-SA. The below Call for Candidates is for the IEEE-SA President-elect
and members-at-large for the IEEE SA Board of Govenors for the year 2005.
You, or one of your WG/TAG members may want consider applying for one of
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Subject: Call for Candidates - 2004 for 2005
> The IEEE Standards Association Nominations & Appointments Committee is
> for candidates for the positions of IEEE-SA President-elect, and
> members-at-large for the IEEE SA Board of Governors (IEEE SA BoG) for
> the year 2005.
> The offices to be filled for the year are:
> 1) President-Elect, who serves for 3 years: as President Elect,
> President, then Past President.
> 2) Members-At-Large, who serve for two years. The 2004 election will
> fill the following profiles for a term of two years:
> Profile 2 - Telecommunications
> Profile 3 - Power
> Profile 7 - Transportation Industries
> Profile 8 - Electron devices or instrumentation and measurement or
> microwave theory and techniques or reliability
> If appropriate candidates cannot be found from the designated profiles
> above, the alternate profiles, 1, 4, 5, and 6, can be utilized. These
> Profile 1 - Electrotechnical
> Profile 4 - Information Technology
> Profile 5 - Antennas and Propagation or broadcast technology or circuits
> and systems or ultrasonics, ferroelectric, and frequency industries
> Profile 6 - Electromagnetic radiation or nulcear and plasma sciences or
> medical technologies
> The IEEE-SA BOG consists of voting members of Member, Senior Member, or
> Fellow grade who reflect the technical standards activity of the
> Institute. IEEE-SA membership is a requirement for membership on the
> IEEE-SA BOG.
> The Nominations and Appointments Committee shall examine the industrial
> or governmental experience, knowledge of and involvement in standards
> development activities, and proven leadership in his or her profession
> of candidates for IEEE-SA president-elect. The candidates for
> president-elect shall be Senior Members or higher of the IEEE.
> All candidates shall have had recent experience within industry or
> government. "Recent" is defined as within three years of association
> with industry or government as an employee, consultant, or another
> demonstrable relationship that provides an understanding of the
> standards needs of industry or government.
> All candidates for member-at-large of the IEEE-SA BOG shall declare
> themselves as representing one of the eight membership profiles given
> in the IEEE SA-Operations Manual, section 5.4.3. Candidates will then
> run for that membership profile position on the IEEE-SA BOG.
> For more detailed information on duties, qualifications and the
> election process, including a timetable, you can look at the IEEE-SA
> Operations Manual
> sections 5.4-5.4.3 on our website:
> The names and credentials (bio/CV) of all candidates are to be
> submitted to Rona Gertz at the IEEE Standards Office
> no later than 30 June. It is to be noted that travel expenses are
> not included as a part of the IEEE SA-BOG membership.
> All IEEE-SA BOG members are encouraged to bring a laptop computer to the
> IEEE Standards Association Nominations and Appointments Committee
> Rona I. Gertz
> Manager, IEEE-SA Governance
> IEEE Standards Activities
> +1 732 562 3808 (phone); +1 732 562 1571 (fax)
> IEEE Standards web site:http://standards.ieee.org/