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What does FEC mean by “policy, directive, memorandum and/or guidance” in some award activities?

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What does FEC mean by “policy, directive, memorandum and/or guidance” in some award activities?

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A number of award activities require Facility Partners to establish or modify existing “policy, directive, memorandum and/or guidance.” This wording was intended to provide opportunities for differing levels of FEC partnership. While an office or department may be able to issue a policy or directive, a field office or laboratory may only be able to send out a memorandum or issue informal guidance. Facility Partners should consider their organizational level and any higher level policy or guidance when completing these activities. If your organization relies on an existing policy, directive, memorandum or guidance, at either the facility or agency level, you must complete some activity during the 2008 calendar year to promote the existing policy, directive, memorandum or guidance among the employees at your organization. Examples of promotion include sending out a mass email message, conducting employee training, or publishing the information in a facility newsletter. Publishing this in

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A number of award activities require Facility Partners to establish or modify existing “policy, directive, memorandum and/or guidance.” This wording was intended to provide opportunities for differing levels of FEC partnership. While an office or department may be able to issue a policy or directive, a field office or laboratory may only be able to send out a memorandum or issue informal guidance. Facility Partners should consider their organizational level and any higher level policy or guidance when completing these activities. If your organization relies on an existing policy, directive, memorandum or guidance, at either the facility or agency level, you must complete some activity during the award year to promote the existing policy, directive, memorandum or guidance among the employees at your organization. Examples of promotion include sending out a mass email message, conducting employee training, or publishing the information in a facility newsletter. Publishing this informatio

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