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EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT Directorate B - European mobility network 16/797-DV02 Version EN01 RISC 76 Origin EN 11.10.2016 Status I Railway Interoperability and Safety Committee Draft work programme 2016-2019 The rolling programme in annex fixes the indicative dates for the coming meetings of the Railway Interoperability and Safety Committee and provides an overview of the Committee’s activities, in particular in relation to legislative initiatives on which the Committee’s opinion will be required.
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In paragraph 6 of its report contained in document A/57/639/Add.1 — which was submitted under agenda item 110, entitled “Financial reports and audited financial statements, and reports of the Board of auditors”, the Committee recommends to the General Assembly the adoption of a draft resolution adopted by the Committee without a vote.
‐ ‐ ‐ The first phase is the triggering of the update by stakeholders’ feedback. The second is the preparation of the draft Guidelines by the Office. This phase produces the draft Guidelines after a three‐step internal process (ANALYSE, DRAFT and DISCUSS). OHIM President Users Final Guidelines OHIM Analyze AB IP NOs Users Draft OHIM draft Guidelines The third phase leads to the OHIM Translate discuss adoption of the Guidelines in four steps: TRANSLATE, CONSULT (the users associations, the EU National IP Offices and the Office’s Administrative Board) and ADOPT, where the President of the Office adopts the new Guidelines. The figure on the right illustrates these phases and steps. As new issues constantly emerge from case‐law regarding operational or stakeholder needs, the process for revising the Guidelines re‐starts immediately after their adoption. In order to balance the work evenly over the year, we have divided the Office’s practice into two working packages (see table in Annex 1): • the process for reviewing practice items included in work package 1 (WP1) starts every January with a view to having (partially) updated Guidelines by December of the same year; • the process for reviewing items in work package 2 (WP2) starts every July in order to have (partially) updated Guidelines by June of the following year. Since these work packages will be known to all our stakeholders and, in particular, to our users, they can arrange well in advance to submit their feedback and/or comments to the Office in order to have their issues dealt with during the revision process. 2 3. THE PHASES IN DETAIL Users OHIM President Users Final Guidelines OHIM Analyze AB IP NOs Users OHIM draft Draft Guidelines 3.1. Phase one: User’s feedback Translate OHIM discuss As outlined above, the Office will inform our users of the plan to revise our practice by making public (a) the subject of future revisions (i.e. the two work packages in Annex 1) and (b) the timing (i.e. by indicating that WP1 will be revised as of January and WP2 as of July). The Office will thus invite its external stakeholders to send us their comments or feedback before January (for WP1) and July (for WP2) respectively. Even if the comments or feedback are not received “on time” (before January/July respectively), they will still be taken on board in the next cycle. In fact, users’ comments and feedback are welcome at any moment without being subject to any time constraints because this is a cyclical process. Regardless of when the comments reach us, we will take them on board in the next iteration. Further, regular exchanges of views between the Office and the users’ associations over the year will ensure that users’ positions are fed into process on a regular basis but without unnecessary time constraints. Finally, as the draft Guidelines will also be submitted to the Administrative Board, users can also present their positions at the Administrative Board. Draft Guidelines OHIM President Users Users Final Guidelines OHIM Analyze AB IP NOs Users OHIM draft Draft Guidelines 3.2. Phase two: preparation of the draft Guidelines Translate OHIM discuss The process for updating the Office’s practice starts each year in January and July with WP1 and WP2 respectively. Feedback and comments received from the users submitted in advance will be considered. Every January (for WP1 items) and July (for WP2 items), OHIM’s cross‐departmental teams (the so‐called Knowledge Circles) will produce the new draft Guidelines. In order to make that possible, different steps must be completed in a timely manner, these are: ANALYSE, DRAFT and DISCUSS. In the first phase, ANALYSE, the Knowledge Circles will extract trends from the case‐law of the General Court, the Court of Justice and the Boards of Appeal of the previous years, analyse the results of the convergence projects between OHIM and the EU IP Offices and consider any feedback or comments received from our users and internal stakeholders. 3 On the basis of this analysis, we will launch the second phase, DRAFT, where the Knowledge Circles will produce a number of updated sections of the Guidelines. Normally, these two phases, ANALYSE and DRAFT, should be completed in eight weeks. The third phase, DISCUSS, is an internal discussion: the new texts will be sent for consultation between the different units and departments affected by the updates. Meetings and presentations will be held and discussions will take place. The goal is that any department affected by the update expresses its views. As a consequence of these discussions, the original texts will usually be revised and, sometimes, even sent for an additional round of discussions. This may take up to eight additional weeks. At the end of this process, the Knowledge Circles will have produced new draft Guidelines by June (for WP1 items) and December (for WP2 items) these draft Guidelines will be published on the Office’s website. OHIM President Users Guidelines adopted Final Guidelines OHIM Analyze AB IP NOs Users OHIM draft Draft Guidelines 3.3. Phase three: adoption of the updated Guidelines Translate OHIM discuss The draft Guidelines will then be sent for translation into the five languages of the Office. Once the translations are ready, they will be circulated amongst the user associations, the EU IP offices and the BOIP with a view to getting their feedback for the next meeting of the Administrative Board (AB). After consulting the AB, the President will adopt the updated Guidelines.
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« CCAB » Building – Meeting Room – 4B Rue Froissart 36, Brussels Draft CONSOLIDATED AGENDA JOINT RISC MEETING AND RADIO SPECTRUM COMMITTEE Tuesday 4 July 2017 (from 14:30 to 17:30) 1.
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United Nations Development Programme Office of Audit and Investigations UN RIAS/ RIAS 2016 Programme preparation June 2016 1 UN RIAS- Programme (Draft) Day 0 Monday 05 September 2016 17:00 – 19:00 Day 1 Welcoming cocktail Tuesday 06 September 2016 08:00 - 09:00 Registration for UNRIAS 09:00 - 09:25 Introductions and welcome to UN RIAS meeting 09:30 – 10:00 Key note speaker 10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break 1 &
United Nations Development Programme Office of Audit and Investigations UN RIAS/ RIAS 2016 Programme preparation May 2016 1 UN RIAS- Programme (Draft) Day 0 Monday 05 September 2016 17:00 – 19:00 Day 1 Welcoming cocktail Tuesday 06 September 2016 08:00 - 09:00 Registration for UNRIAS 09:00 - 09:25 Introductions and welcome to UN RIAS meeting 09:30 – 10:00 Key note speaker 10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break 1 &
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United Nations Development Programme Office of Audit and Investigations UN RIAS/ RIAS 2016 Programme (draft) 22 August 2016 1 UN RIAS Programme (Draft) Day 1 Tuesday 06 September 2016 Main Speaker Moderator* Panelists Main Room:
COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORT AND TOURISM THE SECRETARIAT 31.05.2016 REVISED PROVISIONAL TIMING Meeting of 15 June 2016, Brussels JAN 6Q2 15.06.2016 Chairman/WG 1 Adoption of draft agenda 2 Approval of minutes of 25-26 April, 12 and 23-24 May meetings 3 Announcement by the Chair 4 Exchange of views on professional qualification in inland navigation 09.10-10.30 Meissner/DRJ 5 Scrutiny of Commission implementing powers:
21-24 November Presentation of draft report on Parliament's guidelines in BUDG committee Deadline for amendments to the EP guidelines report Adoption by the Council of conclusions on the 2016 budget guidelines Adoption of EP Guidelines in BUDG committee Adoption by the EP of the resolution on the general guidelines for the 2017 budget (Section III) in Plenary Trilogue ahead of the presentation of the Draft Budget Deadline for tabling indicative pilot projects and preparatory actions (PP-PAs) proposals for pre-assessment by the Commission Presentation of the Commission's Statement of estimates 2017 in the BUDG Committee Deadline for opinions from other committees to the mandate report Presentation of the recommendation for the trilogue during BUDG coordinators meeting Exchange of views on PP-PAs in BUDG Adoption of Council’s position on DB in Coreper Presentation of WD on Council position in BUDG committee Trilogue in Council’s premises Deadline for tabling budgetary amendments:
United Nations Development Programme Office of Audit and Investigations UN RIAS/ RIAS 2016 Programme (draft) 28 August 2016 1 UN RIAS Programme (Draft) Day 1 Tuesday 06 September 2016 Main Speaker Moderator* Panelists Main Room:
United Nations Development Programme Office of Audit and Investigations UN RIAS/ RIAS 2016 Programme (draft) 26 August 2016 1 UN RIAS Programme (Draft) Day 1 Tuesday 06 September 2016 Main Speaker Moderator* Panelists Main Room:
United Nations Development Programme Office of Audit and Investigations UN RIAS/ RIAS 2016 Programme (draft) 29 August 2016 1 UN RIAS Programme (Draft) Day 1 Tuesday 06 September 2016 Main Speaker Moderator* Panelists Main Room: