COST Reports: Establishing the Office, Developing Synergies, Financial and Operational Matters, External Experts in Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation, Technical Committees - Renewal of Mandates an

November 26, 2003

Brussels, 25 Nov 2003

Full text of Document 297/03
Suite of documents 297/03

Subject: Establishing the COST Office
- Progress Report

Delegations will find attached a document for Item 8 of the Agenda of the Senior Officials Committee, which will take place on 4-5 December 2003.

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Developing Synergies
Full text of Document 293/1/03 Revision 01
Suite of documents 293/1/03

Delegations will find attached a document for Item 11 of the Agenda of the Senior Officials Committee, which will take place on 4-5 December 2003.

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Financial and Operational Matters
Full text of Document 300/03
Suite of documents 300/03

Delegations will find attached a document for Item 9 of the Agenda of the Senior Officials Committee, which will take place on 4-5 December 2003.

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Use of External Experts in Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation
Full text of Document 298/03
Suite of documents 298/03

Delegations will find attached a document for Item 10 of the Agenda of the Senior Officials Committee, which will take place on 4-5 December 2003.

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Technical Committees - Renewal of Mandates and Domain Reviews
Full text of Document 299/03
Suite of documents 299/03

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CSO Rules of Procedure
Full text of Document 295/1/03 Revision 01
Suite of documents 295/1/03

Following the JAF and Bureau meetings on 17/18 November 2003 delegations will find attached a revised proposal from the Chair for CSO Rules of Procedure in view of the 157th CSO meeting on 4-5 December 2003.

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