Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) wants your input

18 Jun

The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee creates the Strategic Plan for the US Government’s research efforts in autism. They update this every year. They are seeking input from the public.

What do you think should autism research should focus on in the future? Now’s your chance to let your voice be heard. Public comments can be entered here:

The website will take you through the entire Strategic Plan, section by section. You don’t have to respond to everything. If you just have a few short messages for the IACC, go ahead and let them know.

IACC Issues New RFI to Solicit Public Input to Inform the 2011 Update of the Strategic Plan

The IACC has issued a formal Request for Information (RFI) to solicit public input to inform the 2011 update of the IACC Strategic Plan for Autism Spectrum Disorder Research. During the six-week public comment period (June 18 – July 20, 2010), members of the public are asked to provide input to the committee on what has been learned in the past year about the issues covered in each of the seven chapters of the IACC Strategic Plan, and on what are the remaining gaps in the subject area covered by each chapter. In addition, the committee is seeking input on the introductory chapter and other general comments about the Strategic Plan. Comments collected through this RFI will be posted to the IACC web site after the closing date.

To access the RFI, please go to:

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