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Fisheries Information System Training
Midwest Region, February 21, 2007
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Columbia FRO biologist Jennifer Johnson completed Fisheries Information System (FIS) training at the National Conservation Training Center,n February 21-22.

 

This year’s course included 10 participants representing eight regions.

 

The FIS web-based database simplifies data entry, retrieval and reporting, and provides “real time” data access to the Fisheries Program. The course included both lectures and “hands-on” learning in the computer lab.

 

Objectives of the course included: describing the connection between FIS data, the Fisheries Strategic Plan, performance measures, and the budget formulation process; explaining the connectivity of the modules within FIS; writing relevant, accurate, and concise FIS projects; and creating summary reports relevant to field station, regional and Washington reporting requirements.

This training will help the Columbia FRO produce accurate needs and accomplishment modules in a timely manner.

Contact Info: Larry Dean, 612-713-5312, Larry_Dean@fws.gov



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