Appendix A. Staff Position Descriptions
Appendix B. Staff Contacts by SIG
Appendix C. SIG Participation on Convention Program Committee
Appendix D. Proposing a Named Lecture
Appendix E. Proposing a Tribute Session
Appendix F. Purchasing Guidelines for SIG Giveaways
Appendix G. Sample Work Plan/Progress Report
Appendix H. Program Review Process
Appendix I. Personnel Guidelines
Appendix J. SIG/National Office Collaboration Model
Appendix K. Sample Funding Worksheet [PDF]
Appendix L. Additional Resources
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