Re: [802SEC] Get802 program has been restored to former terms and conditions through May 15
Since a motion was passed by the SEC to escrow the 802 funds for the
Get802 program, I move the following:
Now that the IEEE-SA has reinstated the Get802 program according to the
original agreement with IEEE 802, 802 funds for the Get802 program that
were escrowed at the March SEC meetings are hereby released from escrow
for payment to the IEEE-SA according to the terms of the Get 802 program agreement.
Word smithing is welcomed.
Paul Nikolich wrote:
> Yes it does IMPLY that a check should be cut, but the SEC will have to
> formally vote on it before that action is taken. Bob, by your comments I
> assume you and Bill would be willing to Move/Second such a motion? If yes,
> will one of you please prepare a motion for SEC email ballot?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Grow, Bob [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 8:59 PM
> To: Bill Quackenbush (E-mail)
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [802SEC] Get802 program has been restored to former terms
> and conditions through May 15
> Does this resolution imply that a check should be cut to IEEE-SA?
> I'll support your request for an SEC email ballot to release the funds if
> you feel it is nessary, or equally support a decision to proceed on the
> restoration of the program.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Nikolich [mailto:Paul.firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 10:07 AM
> To: 'IEEE802'
> Cc: 'Walker, Jerry'; email@example.com
> Subject: [802SEC] Get802 program has been restored to former terms and
> conditions through May 15
> I just received a note from Jerry Walker/Karen Rupp that the Get802 program
> has been restored by the BoG with unanimous approval (see below).
> Please note that IEEE 802 and IEEE-SA have much work ahead to figure out how
> to keep the program operating under the current terms and conditions. Geoff
> Thompson, Howard Frazier and myself are actively engaged with Jerry Walker
> to identify alternatives to ensure adequate funds are in place to maintain
> the program.
> --Paul Nikolich
> Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Project
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> Karen Rupp
> To: email@example.com 04/01/2002
> cc: Jerome Walker/STDS/STAFF/US/IEEE@IEEE
> Subject: Ballot Approved
> As an FYI, the motion below was approved with100% unanimous approval/
> return as of today, 1 April.
> Thank you for your quick response,
> Move to delay implementing the above motion until May 15, which is the
> one-year anniversary date for the program. Additionally, the newly formed
> 802 Task Force shall provide by 30 April 2002, a mutually agreed upon
> proposal for proceeding with the program, to the BOG for their
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