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   - Who is financially responsible for bills incurred, including any penalties if hotel registrations do not meet the expected target?\\ //The Host Committee is responsible for all finances. The person who signs the hotel contract (generally the Host Committee Chair) is personally responsible for any hotel charges.// \\ \\    - Who is financially responsible for bills incurred, including any penalties if hotel registrations do not meet the expected target?\\ //The Host Committee is responsible for all finances. The person who signs the hotel contract (generally the Host Committee Chair) is personally responsible for any hotel charges.// \\ \\ 
   - Who decides which area wins the bidding process?\\ //The NAAAW Board makes this decision at their meeting in May.// \\ \\    - Who decides which area wins the bidding process?\\ //The NAAAW Board makes this decision at their meeting in May.// \\ \\ 
-  - Can we reimburse presenters and/or speakers for their travel expenses? The [[http://​www.aanationalarchivesworkshop.com/​pdf/​guidelines.pdf|NAAAW Workshop Guidelines]] allow for up to $1000 to be spent for this purpose. +  - Can we reimburse presenters and/or speakers for their travel expenses?\\ // The [[http://​www.aanationalarchivesworkshop.com/​pdf/​guidelines.pdf|NAAAW Workshop Guidelines]] allow for up to $1000 to be spent for this purpose.// \\ \\  
-  - How much should we expect to budget for various expenses? You can check the [[workshop_final_financial_reports|previous Workshops'​ financial reports]] for some ideas of what has been spent in the past.+  - How much should we expect to budget for various expenses?\\ // You can check the [[workshop_final_financial_reports|previous Workshops'​ financial reports]] for some ideas of what has been spent in the past.// \\ \\ 
   - What are the most significant criteria in bidding for a workshop?\\ //The Board considers first whether the proposed location will be in an area not previously served by a workshop - see the map of [[map_of_past_workshop_locations|Past Workshop Locations]]. Transportation and room costs, proximity to sites of A.A. historical interest, the presence of an active A.A. Archives, and the preparation and energy of the bidding committee are also important.//​ \\ \\    - What are the most significant criteria in bidding for a workshop?\\ //The Board considers first whether the proposed location will be in an area not previously served by a workshop - see the map of [[map_of_past_workshop_locations|Past Workshop Locations]]. Transportation and room costs, proximity to sites of A.A. historical interest, the presence of an active A.A. Archives, and the preparation and energy of the bidding committee are also important.//​ \\ \\ 
   - What topics are suggested or required for the workshop sessions?\\ //See the [[http://​www.aanationalarchivesworkshop.com/​pdf/​guidelines.pdf|NAAAW Workshop Guidelines]] for a suggested schedule. Conservation/​preservation techniques should always be covered in a hands-on session; other topics may include: classifying and indexing, digital archives, persons and locations of local A.A. history, the 12 Traditions and ethics for archivists, creating archives displays to carry the A.A. message, research methods and potential sources, recruiting and training archives volunteers and disaster recovery.// \\ \\    - What topics are suggested or required for the workshop sessions?\\ //See the [[http://​www.aanationalarchivesworkshop.com/​pdf/​guidelines.pdf|NAAAW Workshop Guidelines]] for a suggested schedule. Conservation/​preservation techniques should always be covered in a hands-on session; other topics may include: classifying and indexing, digital archives, persons and locations of local A.A. history, the 12 Traditions and ethics for archivists, creating archives displays to carry the A.A. message, research methods and potential sources, recruiting and training archives volunteers and disaster recovery.// \\ \\ 
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