Registration deadline approaching for 2013 Joint Action Workshop
Originally published December 7, 2012
Friday, December 14 is the early registration deadline for the 2013 Joint Action Workshop. Participants who register before Dec. 14 can register for $445; after that, the registration fee will increase by $50.
The Joint Action Workshop is an annual event for joint action agencies and their members to meet informally and discuss emerging policy, regulatory and power supply issues, and other topics related to the governance and management of joint action agencies.
Topics to be covered at the 2013 Joint Action Workshop include:
• Natural Gas/Electricity Interdependence Issues
• Cyber Security: The Leadership Role for Joint Action Agencies
• Developing Performance Measures to Evaluate Agency and CEO Performance
• What to Do When One of Your Members is Approached with a Buyout Offer
• Helping Your Members Perform at the Highest Level
• Roundtable of Services Provided to JAA Distribution System Members
Attendees will also be able to attend a special Q&A session, led by representatives from Moody’s Investors Service, to discuss their methodology for assigning credit ratings to joint action agencies.
The Joint Action Workshop will be held Jan. 6-8, 2013, at the Sundial Beach & Golf Resort in Sanibel Island, Fla. The Joint Action Workshop is open exclusively to CEOs and senior management of joint action agencies, their board and commission members, and APPA utility members who are members of joint action agencies.
Visit www.publicpower.org/JointActionWorkshop for complete program information and to register.
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