|Last Name||First Name||Institution||Role||Since||Until|
|Trehu||Anne||Oregon State University||Member||2017||2019|
|Wolfe||Cecily||US Geological Survey, Reston||Ex Officio||2016||2018|
|Okaya||David||University of Southern California||Member||2017||2019|
|Park||Jeffrey||Yale University||Ex Officio||2017||Present|
|West||Michael||University of Alaska, Fairbanks||Board Liaison||2016||2018|
|Schwartz||Susan||University of California, Santa Cruz||Ex Officio||2018||2020|
|Lekic||Vedran||University of Maryland||Member||2016||2018|
The Instrumentation Services Standing Committee is charged with providing advice to the IRIS Board of Directors, IRIS President, and the Director of Instrumentation Services on IRIS Instrumentation Services activities. The Committee will identify crosscutting instrumentation needs and services, develop activities and initiatives across Instrumentation Services programs, and ensure effective and efficient use of resources. The committee will undertake strategic planning to ensure the best use of existing resources and to identify future needs and opportunities. The committee will work with the Data Services, Education and Public Outreach, and International Development to coordinate instrumentation services activities and efforts with other components of IRIS.
The Committee will meet as needed, but no less than twice per year, and will provide an annual written report to the IRIS President and Board of Directors. Additionally, the Committee may be charged with reviewing special topics and questions requiring prompt action. Members of the Committee are appointed by the Board of Directors and serve renewable three-‐year terms. The chair will be chosen from members of IS SC having served at least one year during the past three years.