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The Committee shall:
1. Support and assist the Department in:
(a) Locating, educating and advocating for all women veterans in this State;
(b) Determining the unique needs of women veterans;
(c) Conducting outreach and education through various means, including, without limitation, the Green Zone Network, the organization of statewide women veterans events, the promotion of benefits and superior health care for women veterans and the development of programs that inform pupils, business leaders and educators about the important role women play in the Armed Forces of the United States;
(d) Educating women veterans as to benefits and programs that are available to them;
(e) At least annually, making such recommendations as may be deemed necessary or advisable to the Governor, the Nevada Legislature, the office of the Director of the Department of Veterans Services and such other offices of this State as may be appropriate; and
(f) Advocating on behalf of women veterans to ensure that the programs and policies of this State and of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs remain open to women and mindful of the elements of the experience of a veteran that are unique to women.
2. Work cooperatively with the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs and make recommendations concerning the needs of, and resources available to, women veterans.
3. On or before February 15 of each even-numbered year, submit a report concerning the activities of the Committee during the preceding 2 calendar years and any recommendations of the Committee to the Governor, the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the Legislative Commission. The report must include, without limitation, information pertaining to:
(a) The demographics of women veterans.
(b) The contributions that women veterans have made on behalf of the United States and this State.
(c) The unique needs of the population of women veterans.
(d) Steps taken to reduce misinformation and improve support for programs for women veterans.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 37. Veterans; Privileges, Benefits and Recognition Related to Military Service § 417.330. Duties; biennial report - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-37-veterans-privileges-benefits-and-recognition-related-to-military-service/nv-rev-st-417-330/
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