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Fact Sheet CESU Roles and Responsibilities Overview


June 2015As a collaborative partnership the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units CESU Network includes tribes federal agencies and partner institutions such as universities tribal colleges state and lo

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1 Fact Sheet: CESU Roles and Responsibilit
Fact Sheet: CESU Roles and Responsibilities Overview June 2015 As a collaborative partnership, the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (CESU) Network includes tribes, federal agencies, and partner institutions such as universities, tribal colleges, state and local government entities, and non-government organizations (NGOs). Each of these fulfill certain responsibilities to ensure the success of the CESU Network. At the national level, the CESU Network Council estab - lishes policies guiding the activities of all partners. Each federal agency assigns a CESU Network Council Repre - sentative and Alternate. The CESU Network Council appoints the CESU Network National Coordinator . The National Park Service is the administrative host to the CESU Network National Office, which coordinates communication among the CESU Directors and the CESU Network Council, manages the seventeen CESU Cooperative and Joint Venture Agree - ments, advises the CESU Network Council on administra - tive policy, and assists partners with ongoing implementa - tion of CESU projects. At the local level, the is responsible for coordinating and administering CESU activi - ties on behalf of their tribal, federal, and nonfederal partners. The CESU Directors are senior adminis - trators and officials at the seventeen host universi - ties. The CESU Technical Representatives form a core group of CESU participants who collaborate on stra - tegic and annual planning, review and vote on poten - tial partners, and promote the CESU by relaying information and opportunities to others within their bureau or organization. CESU Administrative Representatives provide guidance on bureau and institution policies as they relate to CESU activities. Principal Investigators from tribes and nonfederal institutions work collaboratively with bureau Key Officials or project managers to complete projects. Principal investigators at universities and tribal colleges often have students assist on CESU projects, providing real world land management experience. www.cesu.org. CESU Director and staff h o s t u n i v e r s i t y CESU Network Council Representa - tives f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s CESU Network National Coordinator and Staff f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s N E T W O R K technical representatives n o n f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s principal investigators and project participants o n f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s adminis - trators and sponsored programs n o n f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s grants and agreements f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s technical representatives f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s and project participants f e d e r a l p a r t n e r s administrative representatives OOPERATIVE 1201 I Street NW Room #844 • Washington, DC 20240 • 202.354.1825 • www.cesu.org r i b a l p a r t n e r s principal investigators and project participants t r i b a l p a r t n e r s administrative representatives t r i b a l p a r t n e r s