ACRP Seeking Experts for 2014 Projects

The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) is seeking nominations for FY2014 project panels. Project panelists are subject matter experts that help to develop project requests for proposals, provide project oversight, and review interim and final project documentation. They are critical components of the ACRP process.

A full listing of the projects selected for inclusion in the FY2014 program is available here.

Although ACRP is a U.S.-based research program, both U.S. and Canadian nominees are welcome.

If you would like to nominate a colleague or yourself for one of these projects' panels please visit the ACRP Practioner Panel at  http://www.trb.org/ACRP/Portal.aspx.  If you're new to the portal, you will be prompted for a set of basic contact information and will then be able to submit panelist nominations for specific projects.

Please note that ACRP is also soliciting topics for its FY2014 Legal Research and Synthesis programs until September 18. For more information about these programs and instructions regarding how to submit topic proposals please visit the following links:

If you have any questions, please contact Mike Salamone at ACRP (msalamone@nas.edu).


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