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The Implementers Group was formed to help better connect the work of the RTF to the implementers across the region. The group aims to provide some tangibility for implementers around the decisions coming out of the RTF and future, anticipated agenda items.

The Implementers Group meets regularly, approximately one week after each RTF monthly meeting. At this time, the group discusses the outcomes from the RTF meetings and develops talking points to explain the technical basis behind the decisions. The group will also help frame the upcoming topics to encourage implementer engagement, as appropriate.

We want your feedback!

RTF staff wants to hear from participants in our Implementers Group. Please take a moment to answer the following questions:

What do you find most useful about the Implementers Group to your work? How can the Implementers Group be improved to provide more value to your organization?

Please leave a comment to the right with your answers. The input provided here will be incredibly valuable to structuring this subcommittee to best suit the needs of the region.

Thank you!

David Bopp Flathead Electric Cooperative Thu, March 9, 2017 11:06 AM

Due to being a voting member I don't participate in these calls to learn about what is happening at the RTF but what other utilities think about the results of the meetings, what they might do, not do, etc. As a result, the more of this type of feedback that is provided during the calls the more benefit for me. If there was a way to promote this type of dialogue I would be happy to listen and discuss.

Reply Replying Greg Kelleher EWEB Fri, March 10, 2017 1:07 PM

1. I find most useful, and essential, the discussion on how RTF decisions, protocols, etc. affect utility programs. It is insightful to hear perspectives from other utilities who may operate different programs or have policies & procedures that are different than ours.
2. The more we can encourage other utilities to participate and share their thoughts on how RTF decisions will affect programs the better.

Reply Replying Greg Kelleher EWEB Mon, April 3, 2017 3:15 PM

For some measures, if not all, it may be helpful to discuss with the implementers group and provide feedbact to the RTF prior to the RTF decision, so there is a better understanding at the RTF of program implications.

Reply Replying Jennifer Light RTF Tue, April 25, 2017 8:41 AM

Thanks for this suggestion Greg. I have heard this from others. Currently, my strategy for making this connection is to inform implementers of what is coming up, so that we can connect interested folks directly to the analysts. I would welcome some specific suggestions about how we can improve this process. What specific information could I convey during these meetings that might solicit input and help improve that connection? Thanks!

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