Presentation on theme: "Spare Equipment Database Task Force"— Presentation transcript:
1 Spare Equipment Database Task Force SEDTF UpdateSpare Equipment DatabaseTask Force
2 SEDTF Status Chair and Vice Chair have been appointed: Chair: Dale Burmester – American Transmission CompanyVice Chair: Mark Westendorf – Midwest ISOTask Group Membership (43) includes experts from across the North American Electric Industry, US Government Agencies, and Transformer ManufacturersContent and Function Subgroups initiated to focus on SED efforts and scope milestones/activities.No slack in schedule to accommodate unforeseen project delays and complicationsWebinars schedule twice a month (1st & 3rd Tuesday each month), plus quarterly Face to Face meetings.First Face-to-Face held Dec. 8-9, next Face-to-Face meeting: March 7-8, Phoenix, AZ.ESCC Update
3 SEDTF Deliverables 2011 Deliverables 1st Quarter Whitepaper (draft) defining SED objectives and assessing options/alternatives for a centralized database; including specification of what that database might contain, criteria for participation and identification of communication features that might be incorporated. Complete Whitepaper in Q4.2nd QuarterExpand Whitepaper to discuss SED confidentiality, definitions for long-lead time and spare definitions, state/provincial and federal support possibilities, and appropriate ‘streamlined’ processes to access SED equipment information and communication same among entities responding to HILF events.3rd QuarterExpand Whitepaper to define a process for evaluating the performance and readiness to implement the SED program.4th QuarterComplete final whitepaper/report incorporating the findings of the whitepapers.SED will provide recommendations, but not build or implement technology solutions.ESCC Update
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