Six INTEGRAL proposals were submitted by the LAT team. All were based on gaining access to the three long Key Project (KP) observations that INTEGRAL has scheduled. Three of the proposals were for blazar monitoring in the KP regions, and the other three proposed searching for INTEGRAL counterparts to LAT unidentified sources. A seventh proposal, for blazar Target of Opportunity observations triggered by LAT or a number of other sources, was submitted with LAT team participation but is not a LAT team proposal.
A productive workshop involving LAT and radio Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) astronomers was held at Goddard on April 23-24. The VLBI community is particularly enthusiastic about blazar studies and has a number of programs already in place to monitor blazars of interest. The program is available at http://glast.gsfc.nasa.gov/science/resources/meetings/lat/agn_april07/. The talks and posters will be posted to this Web site shortly.