Kim Hildred, U.S. Congress
Sandy Wise, U.S. Congress
John Kregel, Virginia Commonwealth University
Donna Dye, Department of Labor
Teresa Russell, American Institutes for Research
Gary Kay, Consultant
Dixie Sommers, National O*NET Consortium
Randall Keesling, National O*NET Consortium
Phill Lewis, National O*NET Consortium
David Osborne, Library of Congress
Gerry Hendershot, NCHS
Cynthia Thomas, Westat
Mitchell LaPlante, University of California at San Francisco
Susan Van Hemel, DBSSE
Christine R. Hartel, DBSSE
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