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==Upcoming Events==
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The Products and Services Standing Committee holds teleconferences on the fourth Tuesday of every month.
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: Next call Tuesday February 21, 2006
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: 800-508-7631  Access Code: *1297219*
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::[[P&S Minutes from last call|Minutes from last call]]
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::[[P&S Teleconference Archives|Conference call archives]]
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==Issues being addressed by Products and Service Standing Committee==
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==Charge to Standing Committee from Bylaws Section 2==
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V.2.1 The ESIP Federation shall include a Standing Committee on Earth Science Products and Services. Its roles are:
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:a. To encourage the development, use and improvement of best science practices to ensure the quality, usability, and breadth of data and resultant information, products, and services;
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:b. To provide a Federation-wide forum for defining, developing and evaluating requirements for Federation Earth science products; and
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:c. To provide a Federation-wide forum for defining, developing and evaluating requirements for product services and user services.

Revision as of 15:36, January 24, 2006

Upcoming Events

The Products and Services Standing Committee holds teleconferences on the fourth Tuesday of every month.

Next call Tuesday February 21, 2006
800-508-7631 Access Code: *1297219*
Minutes from last call
Conference call archives

Issues being addressed by Products and Service Standing Committee

  • How to deal with metadata records that have been harvested by multiple sources?


Charge to Standing Committee from Bylaws Section 2

V.2.1 The ESIP Federation shall include a Standing Committee on Earth Science Products and Services. Its roles are:

a. To encourage the development, use and improvement of best science practices to ensure the quality, usability, and breadth of data and resultant information, products, and services;
b. To provide a Federation-wide forum for defining, developing and evaluating requirements for Federation Earth science products; and
c. To provide a Federation-wide forum for defining, developing and evaluating requirements for product services and user services.