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Published:June 30th, 2006 05:10 EST
Meeting Of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy

Meeting Of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy

By SOP newswire

The Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy (ACIEP) will meet on Monday, July 24, 2006, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 1107 of the Harry S. Truman Building. The meeting will last until approximately 4:30 p.m. and is open to the public.

The meeting will be hosted by Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Daniel S. Sullivan and Committee Chairman R. Michael Gadbaw.

The Committee serves the U.S. Government in a solely advisory capacity concerning current issues and problems in international economic policy. Topics for the meeting include a discussion of international energy issues, U.S. efforts to promote intellectual property rights protection, and subcommittee updates.

The public may attend this meeting as seating capacity allows. Admittance to the State Department building will be by means of a pre-arranged clearance list. In order to be placed on this list, please provide your name, title, company or other affiliation if appropriate, government-issued ID number (i.e., U.S. government ID (agency), U.S. military ID (branch), passport (country), or drivers license (state)), date of birth, and citizenship to the Office of Economic Policy Analysis and Public Diplomacy by fax (202) 647-5936 (Attention: La Keisha Barner), email (BarnerLR@state.gov), or telephone (202) 647-0847 by July 20, 2006.

One of the following forms of valid photo identification will be required for admission to the State Department building: U.S. driver's license, passport, or U. S. Government identification card. Enter the Department of State from the C Street lobby. In view of escorting requirements, non-Government attendees should plan to arrive not less than 15 minutes before the meeting begins.

For further information about the meeting, please contact David Freudenwald, Office of Economic Policy and Public Diplomacy, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, at (202) 647-2231 or FreudenwaldDJ@state.gov.

Source:  DoS