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Originally published February 3, 2014
Scott Saunders, information security officer for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District in California, will be the public power representative on the Revisions Standard Drafting Team for Version 5 of the Critical Infrastructure Protection standards developed by the North American Electric Reliability Corp. Other members of the team reviewing the Version 5 CIP standards revisions will be Philip Huff, Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp.; Maggy Powell, Exelon; Greg Goodrich, New York Independent System Operator; David Dockery, Associated Electric Cooperative Inc.; Steven Brain, Dominion; Forrest Krigbaum, Bonneville Power Administration; Jay Cribb, Southern Co.; Christine Hasha, Electric Reliability Concil of Texas; David Revill, Georgia Transmission Corp.; and three members of NERC's staff: Ryan Stewart, Marisa Hecht and Scott Mix.
Mason County Public Utility District 3 in Shelton, Wash., received an award from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its 2012 annual report. The utility received the GFOA's Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting. This is the ninth year in a row that Mason PUD 3 has received an award for its financial reporting from the association.
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