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A Policy Framework for the 21st Century Grid - A Progress Report - February 2013
An update to the original report (published June 2011), this new report summarizes recent federal government actions to deliver on the promise of a 21st century grid while fostering job growth, innovation, and consumer savings. The Subcommittee on Smart Grid of the National Science and Technology Council's Committee on Technology prepared the report.
The Best of Backscatter from IEEE-USA Today's Engineer (Vol. 4)
The fourth volume in this series by former Editor of IEEE Spectrum, Don Christiansen, is based on a selection of his columns related to engineering design and development, the engineering workplace, digital issues, the history of the profession, and public recognition of engineers.
Employment Network Grants Report
The purpose of this IEEE-USA report is to review the effectiveness of IEEE-USA's employment network strategy in assisting unemployed IEEE members in finding work. This report will showcase best practices, as well as dos and dont's in implementing an Employment Network in a local IEEE Section. After reading this report, IEEE-USA believes IEEE Regions and Sections will have a more clear idea about how they can put their own employment network strategy into place. IEEE-USA also believes this report will provide Regions and Sections with some advice on how to start and organize an effective Employment Network.