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Working Group

Persons gathered together to solve a common problem or to set a particular goal. For example, a working group may be gathered to set standards for a nascent industry. A working group is expected to complete its task within a certain amount of time, usually with the publication of a paper or report. While working groups are founded as temporary, ad hoc committees, many go on to become semi-permanent bodies.
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CSA working groups are the go-to source for best practices, research and tools for providing security assurance and privacy in the cloud.
During the meeting, DOJ's State Counsel Maria Theresa Sindico-Guillaume provided the working group with information on the cases where perpetrators had been tried and convicted or acquitted; where victims had been compensated through RA 10368; where the whereabouts or fate of disappeared persons have been reported; and where cases were erroneous duplicates, possibly fictitious, or had been closed.
The working group would present its recommendations for for upgrading the present fleet of transport.
The study is comprised of seven Working Groups that are providing research, technical information, discussion and feedback for the study.
TRA's director of technical and operations Mohamed Al Noaimi said: "The working group will consider the commercial sector needs of the spectrum required for establishing the 5G networks in co-operation with all the concerned government entities and will prepare an evacuation plan accordingly in light of the agreement with the working group team."
I would particularly like to thank Koos Timmermans, Chief Financial Officer of ING Group and Vice-Chairman of ING Bank, for agreeing to chair the working group. I am convinced that the group will benefit from his extensive experience in European banking and financial markets.
The Policy Issuance Working Group has completed its work and referred the proposed standards enhancements to ACORD.
* Education and Resources Working Group--This working group, with Renee Brant as chair, has been supplying the center with numerous articles and personal submissions for use in The Professional, the center's tri-annual newsletter and on the newly published Henry Latimer Professionalism Library Guide.
President's Administration Head Nurkhanbek Momunaliyev signed a decree on the formation of an interdepartmental working group to study the Korean model of development "New Village Movement".
The Sa'ada Working Group's final report was discussed on Monday, and the Good Governance Working Group reached a consensus on their report later Monday night.
The group had voted on controversial articles reviewed and resubmitted to the working group by the NDC Consensus Committee.
In related news, Long-Term Care Actuarial Working Group, an arm of the Health Actuarial Task Force, talked at the spring meeting about plans to require insurers to send it LTCI experience data.

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