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RE: +++ Ballot: Purchase two additional LCD Projectorsl

Though I have concerns about our geometrically expanding equipment
inventory, I vote YES.

--Bob Grow

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Carlo []
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 7:26 AM
To: IEEE802
Subject: +++ Ballot: Purchase two additional LCD Projectorsl
Importance: High

Issue Date: 16Oct2000 Closing Date: 23Oct2000
Moved By: Buzz Rigsbee
Move: Approve the purchase of two additional LCD projectors (not to exceed a
total of $6K) in time for the Tampa meeting.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: []
> On Behalf Of Rigsbee, Everett O
> Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2000 5:43 PM
> To: 802 Exec
> Cc: 802 @F2F Dawn S; 802 @F2F Darcel Moro
> Subject: 802 LCD Projector Shortfall
> To:   802 SEC
> I'm in the process of finalizing the purchase of the 2 LCD projectors
> we authorized at La Jolla (one large, one small).
> This will bring our set of owned projectors up to 14 total.
> However in reviewing the agenda requests from our WG chairs for Tampa, we
> have outstanding requests for  TWENTY (20)  projectors, which means
> WG break-out meetings will NOT get projectors or will have to timeshare
> other WGs.
> It is not too late to add 2 more small projectors (we already have the
> shipping case space to handle them) but we will need a fast turn around
> electronic ballot to approve the additional expenditure (~$6K).  This
> reduce the shortfall by 33% and make the
> possibility of timesharing much less arduous.  If we have to rent
> projectors, we will pay about $2K per projector for the week.
> I need a final go/no-go on the additional purchase by Monday, October 23
> order to complete the purchase and get them to the meeting on time.
> move fast on this one, if possible.
> The ball is in your court, gentleman.  I await your decision and submit my
> vote to approve in advance.
> Sorry for late notice but we are just getting the meeting agenda data
> out to the point where we could see the problem.
> Growth is always a painful process.
> Thanx,  Buzz
> Everett O. (Buzz) Rigsbee
> Boeing SSG
> PO Box 3707, M/S: 7M-FM
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