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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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Centrify will make contributions to CSA working groups to help define and communicate best practices for securing privileged access to cloud workloads.
An orientation session under the chairmanship of special secretary local government Farrukh Saqlain was held on Friday to sensitise various departments on the terms of reference for working groups being notified to frame rules of business for the tehsil local governments and village and neighborhood councils, according to a statement issued here.
Next meeting of the APAPPS Working Group on Refugees will be held in Kabul at a mutually convenient date.
The next meeting of the APAPPS working group is to be held in Kabul at a date that is convenient for both sides.
* Working Group #1: New Technology Deployment and Grid Integration.
* Awards Working Group--Under the leadership of Working Group Chair Henry Paul, this group oversaw the entire process leading up to the selection of all three major professionalism award recipients, including the William M.
A working group would look into the issues relating to reactivation of banned organizations under another name.
The remaining working groups are expected to finish and submit their final reports in the coming days, in time for the NDC final general session.
The tasks of each working group were clearly defined to make each group work within the areas of its jurisdiction and specialisation.
Both countries had earlier agreed to form different working groups to discuss cooperation in various sectors.
After considering and debating various issues that are important to the administration of ERISA, the Council forms a number of working groups to focus on such issues.

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