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Our chapter includes the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area and members from all over North Texas. Our monthly meetings are typically on the first Thursday of each month. This gives all of our members a chance to network and enjoy professional presentations from some of the best industry professionals in Texas.
The technologies utilized by our members are often similar but sometimes vastly unique. This gives our members a chance to learn a great deal from each other and from the very talented professionals that provide products and services in our region.
The presentation will cover the Oncer 20119 Basic and Custom SOP incentives programs. The presentation will cover who iseligibl
The presentation will cover the Oncer 20119 Basic and Custom SOP incentives programs. The presentation will cover who iseligible for Commercial Incentives, how to participate in the program.The presentation will also cover changes to the 2019 programs compared to the 2018 programs. Including equipment eligibility and baseline changes for different measures.The presentation will also list the incentive levels for the different measures. The presentation will be focused on opportunities for school facilities.
This presentation will be an open discussion about the challenges we all face with all of the information we are being inundated with daily and how
This presentation will be an open discussion about the challenges we all face with all of the information we are being inundated with daily and how best to organize and process it.
Being provided or exposed to more information than a person is able to process or use in order to make sensible decisions.
Let’s face it! The amount of waste that is generated in our average K-12 school cafeteria is appalling. Not only does it impact t
Let’s face it! The amount of waste that is generated in our average K-12 school cafeteria is appalling. Not only does it impact the environment, but hits those ever-shrinking M & O budgets. See how three north Texas School Districts are tackling the issue through best practices that have been proven effective and sustainable.Topic will cover the stages in implementing a program from inception to delivery including the administrative “buy in” stage, the research stage, the planning stage, the implementation stage and the sustainability stage.
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