How NADP Handles Initiatives
Results from this special study will provide information for members to evaluate how well this network is performing, and for the process of determining whether this network will become a formal NADP network.
This process is set forth in the NADP Quality Management Plan, and includes a guide (Appendix D) for the presentation of new initiatives. This guide requires a plan that addresses 12 specific points covering purpose, operations, staffing needs and costs, funding, appropriateness to the NADP mission, etc. The NADP Executive Committee evaluates these plans and approves or rejects initiatives. A 12-point plan will be drafted for this proposed Ammonia Monitoring Network initiative.
The plan has not been finalized and comments and suggestions are welcome (contact David Gay: email@example.com or 217-244-0462).