[ASA] Astronomy Governance Options Paper - update to phone number
yeshe.fenner at astronomyaustralia.org.au
Fri Jun 26 13:47:52 AEST 2015
Dear ASA members,
The Department of Industry & Science have requested a change to the contact
phone number for Damian Doyle. If you wish to contact Damian, please call *02
To avoid confusion, I have also updated the phone number in the email
Apologies for the inconvenience.
On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 9:53 AM, Yeshe Fenner <
yeshe.fenner at astronomyaustralia.org.au> wrote:
> Dear ASA members,
> Please find below a message from Ann Bray (General Manager, Science
> Agencies Governance branch, Department of Industry & Science) regarding the *attached
> *Options Paper developed by the astronomy governance working group.
> Kind regards,
> Dr Yeshe Fenner, PhD, PMP
> Executive Officer
> Astronomy Australia Ltd
> T: 03 9214 5520
> M: 0430 708 995
> P: P.O. Box 2100 Hawthorn VIC 3122
> The working group on astronomy governance arrangements, established by the
> Department of Industry and Science in October 2014, has concluded its work
> and developed an Options Paper, ‘Positioning to meet future opportunities
> in astronomy’. A copy of the paper is attached.
> The Options Paper builds on the Discussion Paper released in December 2014
> and consultations with the astronomy community in early 2015. Community
> input has greatly assisted the working group in its consideration of
> potential governance options.
> Ms Ann Bray, the General Manager of the Science Agencies Governance branch
> in the department, and the members of the working group (listed on page 2
> of the paper), welcome your views on the Options Paper and will be happy to
> receive written feedback.
> Ms Bray will attend the Astronomical Society of Australia Annual
> Scientific Meeting including HWWS 2015 on Tuesday 7 July 2015. To make a
> time to meet with Ms Bray, please contact Damian Doyle on *02 6102 9180*
> <02%206276%209180> or Damian.Doyle at industry.gov.au.
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