Science Reviews. DanaBalser reported that all SRP reviewers have been assigned. There are six proposals with only 3 reviewers and 1 Large proposals with only 4 reviewers. The GWT SRP chair requested that the three proposals with only three reviewers be assigned an additional reviewer in the PCO SRP. This request has been accommodated and we will perform these reviews offline (including the normalization).
SRP Telecons. DanaBalser reported that once JessicaUtley receives information about the data analyst that will help with the administrative support she will send around an update of the SRP telecon schedule. DanaBalser will send an update of the introduction/guidelines and gender presentation (from LewisBall) to AmyMioduszewski and MarkClaussen.
PHT. RickLively noted that there will be resources to update the Any configuration in the prioritizer before the TAC meeting; he will confirm that this can be done within about 2 weeks of the TAC meeting. AmyMioduszewski requested an additional item to be able to edit the number of semesters in the UI; she will write up a new ticket. The DDT/Sponsored ticket to handle these in the PHT will be worked on as resources become available.
Gender Update. LewisBall summarized the goal of updating the gender memo to include semesters up to 19A and providing the SRP members with a link to the addendum to this memo. GarethHunt is working on the text and will also include gender stats on the SRP members. He noted that we should be more careful with duplicate accounts for reviewers since he discovered quite a few. DanaBalser will attach the HST results that include Cycle 26 to the TTA meeting minutes email.
X-proposals. LewisBall summarized the plans for X-proposals. A short article will go out with the next ENews that includes a list of the projects (PIs and titles) that also points to a web page. The plan is to implement something at the end of the year.
my.nrao.edu Server:RickLively reported that the server lost a disk over the weekend. This caused problems with PST, OPT, OST, etc. The server was rebooted and came back to life. MarkClaussen noted that we received helpdesk tickets on this issue. The IT folks are thinking about a backup plan. We briefly discussed if webtest could act as a reasonable backup.