Now averaging almost 20 members per meeting, the LOC has gone from strength to strength since its formation but is not resting on its laurels, as between meetings an executive steering group analyses progress.
What does ESG stand for?
ESG stands for Executive Steering Group
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- Escola Superior de Guerra (Brazil)
- Essential Surfing Gear
- Estate Sun Grown (cigars)
- European Standards and Guidelines (quality assurance)
- European Steering Group (various organizations)
- Everett Smith Group (Milwaukee, WI)
- Everyday Street Gangsta (rapper)
- Executive Staffing Group (Raleigh, NC)
- Exercise Support Group
- Expanding Sphere Generator (Star Trek)
- Expeditionary Sensor Grid (US Navy warfare system)
- Expeditionary Strike Group
- Exploitation Steering Group
- Extended Service Goal (aircraft life expectancy)
- Embryonal Stem Cell Gene 1
- Expeditionary Strike Group/Carrier Strike Group (US DoD)
- Essex School Governors' Association (UK)
- Éveil Sportif Genas Azieu (French basketball club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, Embassy Nairobi has brought the parties involved in diplomacy, development and defense together by, among other strategies, creating an interagency Executive Steering Group and a larger 3D committee that promote communication and coordination.
Executive Steering Group (ESG) meetings are held annually between the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force commanders and their counterparts in the US forces.
In addition, NARA said in a press release that it has established an interagency executive steering group "to develop and implement detailed work plans designed to ensure that agency equities are referred and resolved to allow the maximum feasible declassification" The group also will work to develop common referral standards, reduce redundancies, and ensure that records are accurately reviewed for declassification so that only information critical to national security is withheld.
While the Executive Steering Group cited in joint doctrine has the potential to provide such a mechanism within a country, a JFC's operational area regularly encompasses more than one country.
The plans are being hatched by the Executive Steering Group, whose existence has not been previously disclosed, said the latest issue of U.
The move is being considered by a Scottish Executive steering group, chaired by Justice Minister Jim Wallace, to boost confidence in the criminal justice system among ethnic minorities.
Implemention of the R & D goals set in the vision is guided by industry's Executive Steering Group.