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The Aging and Adult Dependent Care Committee (AADCC) seeks interested NIH employees to serve as voting members of the AADCC for the 2018-2020 term. The AADCC promotes aging and adult dependent programs for the NIH community.  As a voting member, you will work with liaisons and guests to promote aging and adult dependent care resources, information, and related services that are provided by the Office of Research Services (ORS). You will also help to research and recommend effective actions that meet the needs of the diverse NIH workforce.
The AADCC advises the ORS Director with regard to aging and adult dependent care needs. Members serve for a two-year term and are required to attend quarterly meetings each calendar year. Participation on the AADCC is an official duty, requires supervisor approval, and may be included as a non-critical element on an employee's performance plan.
If you are interested in aging and adult dependent care as a work-life issue at the NIH, please consider this opportunity to make a difference!
The application deadline is November 9. For a description of membership requirements, information about current and past AADCC activities, and an online application, please visit:  
If you would like more information, please contact Ms. Shuntrice Holloman, Division of Amenities and Transportation (DATS), ORS, at, (301) 402-8180, and/or the Federal Relay (1-800-877-8339). 

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