The Institute of
Electrical & Electronics Engineers
fifth-annual Congressional Science, Engineering & Tecnology Visits Day (CVD) was a
tremendous success, as a score of IEEE U.S. members, including IEEE President Bruce
Eisenstein, IEEE-USA President Merill Buckley, and IEEE-USA President-Elect Ned Sauthoff
participated in the annual event on April 4-5 in Washington, D.C.
Over 300 science and business leaders from more than 60 organizations were present - the highest turnout in the event's history.
Congressional Visits Day (CVD) is a two-day event that brings scientists, engineers, researchers, educators and technology executives to Washington to meet with congressional decision-makers.
Sponsored by the Science, Engineering, Technology Work Group, CVD aims to raise visibility and support for the science, engineering and technology fields.
IEEE-USA staffers Debbie Rudolph and Raymond Paul helped to organize the event and also participated.
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Updated: 12 April 2000
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