Are you a State or Territorial government employee looking to get more involved with the governance of the Exchange Network? If so, you’re in luck because the Network Partnership and Resources Group (NPRG) is looking for two new members. The NPRG provides planning, analysis, recommendations, and implementation support to the Network Operations Board (NOB) and the Exchange Network Leadership Council (ENLC). Members of the NPRG create and contribute to Exchange Network communication materials, perform outreach in the Exchange Network community, and help educate and inform Partners about the benefits of participating in the Exchange Network. The NPRG also helps coordinate efforts to identify and develop Exchange Network data standards.
NPRG members meet via conference call every month and in person once a year. Funding is available to cover travel costs to NPRG meetings. New members are asked to commit to serving for at least two years and participate in as many calls and meetings as possible.
If you would like to join the NPRG, please email Darcy Peth at dpeth [at] rossstrategic.com with a few sentences explaining why you are interested in serving on the NPRG and what you feel you can contribute to the Group. If you do not have a wealth of Exchange Network experience, fear not. The NPRG is interested in attracting fresh perspectives!
Visit Network Governance for more information on Exchange Network Governance. Should you have additional questions about the NPRG, please contact NPRG Co-Chairs Chris Simmers (chris.simmers [at] des.state.nh.us) and Jonathan Jacobson (jacobson.jonathan [at] epa.gov), or Exchange Network Coordinator Kurt Rakouskas (kurt [at] exchangenetwork.net).
E: dpeth [at] rossstrategic.com