Agenda of the 159th Meeting of the COST Senior Officials Committee, 27-28 May 2004 (links)

May 20, 2004

Brussels, 19 May 2004

Full text of Document 1931/04

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Agenda Item 5 - Progress Report by the COST Office
Full text of Document 8/04
Suite of documents 8/04

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Agenda Items 11, 12 and 13 - action related items
Full text of Document 1/04
Suite of documents 1/04

Delegations will find attached a list of the Action-related items in view of the 159th CSO meeting on /28 May 2004.

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Agenda Item 14 (a) - Shortening the Lead-Time for the Implementation of New COST Actions
Full text of Document 2/04
Suite of documents 2/04

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Agenda Item 14 (b) - Representation at COST Technical Committees
Full text of Document 3/04
Suite of documents 3/04

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Agenda Item 14 (c) - Using External Experts to Ensure Quality Control in COST
Full text of Document 4/04
Suite of documents 4/04

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Agenda Item 14 (d) - New Activities Within COST Actions
Full text of Document 5/04
Suite of documents 5/04

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Agenda Item 14 (e) - Proposed Budget Allocation 2005 of the Community Financial Support
Full text of Document 6/04
Suite of documents 6/04

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