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Nominate Candidates for the CASAC, the Chartered SAB, and SAB Standing Committees

Nominate Candidate Experts for the CASAC, the Chartered SAB, and SAB Standing Committees

The SAB Staff Office annually makes recommendations to the EPA Administrator regarding membership of the CASAC, the Chartered SAB, and SAB standing committees.

The Staff Office published a Federal Register Notice on April 27, 2015 requesting public nominations of candidate experts to serve on the Chartered SAB and the following standing SAB committees: Chemical Assessment Advisory Committee, Drinking Water Committee, Ecological Processes and Effects Committee, Environmental Economics Advisory Committee, Environmental Engineering Committee, and Radiation Advisory Committee. The notice describes the functions of and expertise needed for the Chartered SAB and the six SAB committees. The Staff Office published a Federal Register Notice on April 2, 2015 requesting public nominations of candidate experts to serve on the CASAC. The notice describes the functions of and expertise needed for the CASAC.

If you wish to nominate yourself or another candidate expert to one of these committees, please follow the instructions below:

  1. If you wish to nominate a candidate expert currently or recently serving on the SAB, CASAC, or one of their committees or panels, review this reference list (which opens as a pop-up) and complete and submit the Nomination to Panel or Committee Being Formed information, which will prompt you to identify a committee.

  2. If you wish to nominate a candidate expert who is NOT currently or has NOT recently served on the SAB, CASAC, or one of their committees or panels, complete and submit the requested New Expert Information. After completing the New Expert Information, you will be presented with the Nomination to Panel or Committee Being Formed form to complete and submit.

Opportunities for Input on Candidate Experts to Serve on the CASAC, the Chartered SAB, and SAB Standing Committees

The SAB Staff Office invites comments on Lists of Candidates as they became available.



Background information on the 2014 nomination process, 2013 nomination process, and 2012 nomination process is available as reference.


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