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OSAC Publishes Inaugural OSAC Newsletter

The Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science (OSAC) is launching a monthly newsletter to communicate OSAC program status, activities, accomplishments, and opportunities for public input with internal and external audiences. Newsletter columns will include OSAC Accomplishments, OSAC Vacancies, Upcoming Meetings, Upcoming Public Comment Periods for Standards/Guidelines under Consideration for the OSAC Registry, OSAC Activities with Standards Development Organizations (SDOs), and other critical relevant OSAC and forensic science-related information.

Click here to access the August 2015 newsletter.

The OSAC Affairs Program Office at NIST welcomes any feedback and contributions related to the OSAC and OSAC Newsletter. Please send feedback and inquiries to forensics@nist.gov.

If you would like to receive this monthly newsletter and be notified of upcoming public comment periods and other OSAC news, please visit the OSAC homepage at www.nist.gov/forensics/osac and insert your e-mail address in the brown box on the left side of the screen.

 

Released August 13, 2015, Updated March 30, 2017