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Interior’s Office of Policy Analysis Seminar Wildland Fire Management—Past, Present, and Future

The Department of the Interior’s (DOI’s) wildland fire program coordinates and provides strategic leadership and oversight that is vital to DOI and the American people. This dynamic program has evolved over the past two decades through its policies, organization, management, and budget.
When Dec 12, 2016
from 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM
Where Rachel Carson Room (Basement Cafeteria of the Main Interior Building, 1849 C St., NW, Washington, DC 20240)
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Jim Douglas is retiring, after more than 20 years of working within, and making major contributions to, the Federal fire organization we know today. Please join the Office of Policy Analysis on December 12, to hear Jim reflect on his experiences and observations at the Department and with our Federal, tribal, state, and local government, and external partners. Bryan Rice, the new Director of the Office of Wildland Fire, will highlight current and future opportunities, and the importance of an integrated fire and resource management program.

To Livestream this event, login to www.doi.gov/events. Please join 5-10 minutes early to avoid technical difficulties. Login is required to ask questions. Please click “join” or “login to chat” and follow instructions. Closed captioning will be available. The recorded event will be posted to the Office of Policy Analysis website: http://www.doi.gov/ppa/seminar_series/video/index.cfm

For Interior Department Registrants Only: This seminar meets one hour of Executive Education training. If you are participating to meet this training requirement, please register through DOI Learn. Direct link to registration (login required):

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