Board for Operational Government Meteorologists Pursues Goals through Partnerships Ken Carey Chair, AMS Board for Operational Government Meteorologists About 10 years ago, the AMS created the Board identified session topics and chairs and have success- for Operational Government Meteorologists to serve fully lobbied to feature AWIPS during the morning an important constituency and a national asset—the weather briefings at the conference. operational forecasters and meteorologists of the Na- To provide a service for our operational, research, tional Weather Service (NWS) and Department of public, and private sector professionals, our chapter Defense (DoD). Our board's continuing vision is to is hosting a regional weather conference planned in leverage the broad constituency of the AMS to help November 2002 on "Mid-Atlantic Winter Storms." you—all operational government meteorologists, to This will also enhance local chapter, AMS, and Na- include those with the National Oceanic and Atmo- tional Weather Association collaboration. spheric Administration, and state and local govern- ment—do your jobs better. Over the last couple of b. Build rapport between public and private sector years we've broadened our scope to promote opera- operational meteorologists tions in related fields such as hydrology and other We need to foster trust, understand the respective environmental
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2001
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