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1. Job Title

 Science writer
 (33%) 
 
 Communications Manager
 (33%) 
 
 Media Relations Adviser
 (33%) 
 

Total: 3

2. Brief/high level description of your job

 I write about PNNL research, mostly in the Fundamental and Computational Sciences directorate, and translate the research into English for media.
 (33%) 
 
 Support the Lab Director's Office with all internal and external communication needs
 (33%) 
 
 Raise awareness of the laboratory's research by facilitating interactions with, and responding to requests from, news media.
 (33%) 
 

Total: 3

3. What are the key news/information topics of interest for your job?

 I don't understand this question, but I suspect it has something to do with why we're all meeting with you tomorrow.
 (33%) 
 
 Federal budget, national labs, national lab directors, DOE and key personnel within the Office of Science, any of the major areas of interest for the Lab (key words from the Mission Outcomes, Leadership Positions, Elements of Strategy) so I know what's going on outside of the LAb in those big areas, political elections, executive/corporate commuication
 (33%) 
 
 energy smart grid capturing carbon emissions rare earth minerals rare earth magnets aerospace materials post-combustion technology
 (33%) 
 

Total: 3

4. How do you currently get this information now?

 proactive searching on my own (doesn't happen that often), forwards from other poeple
 (50%) 
 
 Google searches, subscribe to many e-newsletters and publications.
 (50%) 
 

Total: 2

5. How do you want to receive it? For example, pushed to you via email? Go to websites? Use Facebook, twitter, Google+?

 Pushed via e-mail. Just got off of Facebook. Don't check Google+ or Twitter all that much. E-mail is best.
 (100%)  

Total: 1