Actions from meeting on 16 December: January update (SWG08 and SWG09)

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Posted by APM on 21st Jan 2011

Further to the meeting on 16 December 2010, Adrian Dooley and Peter Simon met at Ibis House in January to provide recommendations on papers 1, 2, and 3 per the action SWG08 and SWG09 (below).

  

Also available as a result of this meeting, is the amended structure.

 

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6.       Papers 1, 2 and 3

There was a discussion on the structure with members of the Structure Working Group raising their queries around placement of topics, names, etc. It was agreed that the refresh programme team collate the original parts list with comments from the 1st draft consultation by the end of week commencing 20th December, along with comments from the Structure Working Group meeting.  AD and PS will review these, along with papers 1, 2 and 3 and provide a recommendation for the remaining members of the Structure Working Group. A meeting on 5th January at Ibis House has been scheduled for AD and PS. 

Action SWG08: Refresh team to collate information and sent it to AD and PS by 24/12/2010.

Action SWG09: AD and PS to review all information and provide recommendation to other Structure Working Group members.

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