Difference between revisions of "Partnership"

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==Seven applications are currently posted for review==
==Applications posted for review==
:Please review the following applications by May 1, 2006:
:Please review the following applications by May 14, 2006:
::[[Partnership Applications]]
::[[Partnership Applications]]

Revision as of 15:38, April 27, 2006

Applications posted for review

Please review the following applications by May 14, 2006:
Partnership Applications

Application Form

To apply to become a Partner in the ESIP Federation, please complete the following form and follow the directions in its header:
Partnership Application Form

Becoming a new Partner

Federation Constitution Article III
"Any entity engaged in activities pursuant to the goals and objectives of the ESIP Federation shall be eligible to join. Specifically, ESIP Federation Partners (ESIPs) will be expected to contribute substantively to the provision of improved products and services based on Earth science. ESIP contributions and expertise will include, but will not necessarily be limited to, one or more of the following activities: archiving and distributing remotely sensed and ground based data; the scientific development, provision, and support of data and information products and services; and the development of Earth science applications. In addition, ESIPs may include major financial or in-kind supporters of the ESIP Federation's activities."
"New ESIP's may be added to each ESIP category upon application to the Partnership Committee (see Article VI), review and presentation by the Partnership Committee of candidate qualifications to the ESIP Federation Assembly (see Article IV), and upon receipt of approval by two-thirds vote of the entire ESIP Federation Assembly."

Partnership Committee Members

Howard Burrows
Stefan Falke
Michelle Hall
Annette Schloss
David Skole