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Sep 28 - State Dept. Appoints NOAA's Chris Oliver Alternate Commissioner to IPHC


Sep 5 - New U.S. and Canadian IPHC Commissioners Named During Sensitive Negotiations


Mar 29 - Terms Extended for U.S. IPHC Commissioners While Commerce, State, and White House Weigh Appointments


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State Dept. Appoints NOAA's Chris Oliver Alternate Commissioner to IPHC

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] - September 28, 2018

Earlier this month, the State Department announced two new appointments to the three-member U.S. delegation of the Seattle-based International Pacific Halibut Commission. Yesterday, the third new commissioner was announced.

As with the previous announcement, yesterday’s appointment of Chris Oliver, Assistant Administrator for NOAA Fisheries, to replace Dr. Jim Balsiger, regional administrator for NOAA Fisheries in Alaska is being done on a temporary basis until the President's “duly designated” commissioner is appointed.

In all three cases, it is expected President Trump’s designation will ...

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New U.S. and Canadian IPHC Commissioners Named During Sensitive Negotiations

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by Peggy Parker - September 5, 2018
Both the U.S. and Canada have changed their delegation to the International Pacific Halibut Commission, naming relative newcomers to each country’s team during extremely sensitive negotiations on policy issues. For the first time, a member of the recreational sector has been appointed to the U.S.

The changes to the panel, made up of three Canadians and three U.S. residents, comes after a rare impasse in determining catch limits for the 2018 season at the IPHC’s January meeting ...

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Terms Extended for U.S. IPHC Commissioners While Commerce, State, and White House Weigh Appointments

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by Peggy Parker - March 29, 2018

Yesterday Linda Behnken and Bob Alverson, current U.S. Commissioners on the International Pacific Halibut Commission, both received emails from the Department of State extending their current terms to August 31, 2018. 

“This appointment is effective immediately and expires on August 31, 2018, or whenever another Alternate or presidentially-appointed Commissioner is appointed to fulfill the relevant duties, whichever occurs first,” wrote Judith Garber, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs at the State Department.

Although the appointment is a presidential decision, it’s not unusual for reappointments, or extensions of terms as in this case, to be made by the State Department...

 

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