All agencies and organizations that engage in joint decision making with federal agencies in planning and conducting fire management projects and activities.
Partners are representatives of local organisations that have a policy development as well as a delivery role. Partners should be involved in all stages of the accessibility planning process and actively involved in the accessibility assessment relevant for their sector / interests. Examples of partners that are likely to have a role in accessibility planning include Local Education Authorities, Primary Care Trusts and local planning authorities.
Other natural resource agencies and organizations in Virginia that have a vested interest in the ecological health of the state and/or maintain large holdings of land.
Those parties with interests in transportation facilities and services, including the public, local governments, metropolitan planning organizations, public and private sector users and providers, Native American Nations, the Florida Department of Transportation, and other federal and state agencies.
The term partners is used to describe the range of organisations that we might work with to improve the breadth and quality of learning provision for users. Partners might include: other museums, galleries, libraries and archives other departments within your parent organisation funders; statutory bodies; regional bodies eg: regional development agencies education authorities; lifelong learning departments; youth services community, voluntary and special interest groups residential establishments arts organisations tourism forums commercial organisations national and local media learning and skills councils; business links prison services environmental groups; health trusts, health authorities, hospices people with specific talents and skills such as artists, freelance education workers, IT specialists, writers, craftspeople, academics, actors.