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I think the work of the Executive Steering Committee is a wonderful example of collaboration to recognize and encourage great clinical researchers.
He serves on the executive steering committee of the National Group Piano and Piano Pedagogy Forum (GP3).
For example, Oregon established the Medicaid/CHIP Operations Coordinating Steering Committee (MOCSC) to govern cross programmatic operations and several Executive Steering committees for each IT project.
That's why at Dell we have an executive steering committee for it," Felice said.
The meeting of the Programme's Executive Steering Committee brought together OSCE Centre representatives and officials from the Interior Ministry, the President's Administration and the non-governmental sector.
The bill would also set up a College Campus Task Force under the Federal Executive Steering Committee on Mental Health to discuss mental and behavioral health concerns on college campuses.
The agreement establishes an Executive Steering Committee to oversee initiatives that assure each organization's performance aligns with mutually shared expectations.
The agreement establishes an Executive Steering Committee (ESC), made up of executives from all three organizations, that will direct Joint Working Groups to oversee initiatives that assure each organization's performance aligns with shared expectations.