Omak, WA. While developing and managing over two hundred scientific monitoring and research activities each year, Keith also coordinated all analytical activities for the Annual Program Review (APR). This technical and policy-based symposium included over seventy participants over a four-day period each spring since 2011.

Preparation required five months of data and statistical analysis, presentation preparation, meeting logistics and participant networking. The APR 8 resulted in development of refined predictive planning and productivity modes including the ISIT model using advanced decision-support and annual budget and work-flow software routines.