Task #2353

Draft of the Terms of Reference for the MIG temporary sub-group on Thematic clusters (MIWP14)

Added by Robert Tomas over 5 years ago. Updated over 5 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:05 Mar 2015
Priority:NormalDue date:19 Mar 2015
Assignee:Robert Tomas% Done:

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Description

It was agreed to setup MIG temorary sub-group on Thematic clusters (MIWP14). Here is the draft of the Terms of Reference for the sub-group.

MIWP14_ToR_draft.docx (118 KB) Robert Tomas, 05 Mar 2015 06:32 pm

MIWP14_ToR_draft.docx (162 KB) Alex Ramage, 11 Mar 2015 09:56 am

MIWP14_ToR_draft.docx - Some additional suggested changes (163 KB) Alex Ramage, 24 Mar 2015 05:40 pm

MIWP14_ToR_final.docx - Final ToR MIWP 14 sub-group (120 KB) Robert Tomas, 30 Apr 2015 12:25 pm

History

#1 Updated by Robert Tomas over 5 years ago

Please, provide you feedback by 19.3. 2015.

#2 Updated by Michael Lutz over 5 years ago

  • Project changed from 2016.4 Theme-specific issues to MIG-T

#3 Updated by Alex Ramage over 5 years ago

Some changes to make scope more explicit.

#4 Updated by Markus Seifert over 5 years ago

The ToR are clear and a good starting point for the further process for updating the data specs. However, just a friendly amendment to the workflow:

ToR (now): “If agreed by majority of members of the sub-group the proposal for follow up actions is sent by the Facilitator of the sub-group to the MIG-T and MIG-P for consideration.

Proposal: It would be feasible to submit change proposals only to MIG-P if the legislation is concerned. The update of the Technical Guidance documents should be considered (decided?) by the MIG-T only. This would speed up the process when only minor technical changes are necessary.

#5 Updated by Alex Ramage over 5 years ago

Markus,

I am sorry I do not agree.  MIWP-14 is a sub-group of the MIG-T and I think that all communication should go through the MIG-T.  The advantage of this is that the proposals get a wider airing than just the sub-group prior to the submission to the MIG-P.  Also the MIG-P have the comfort that the issues have already been considered by the MIG-T.

Alex Ramage

#6 Updated by Marc Leobet over 5 years ago

+1 Alex : that's my understanding of the ToR.

#7 Updated by Markus Seifert over 5 years ago

Alex,

Potentially you have misunderstood my point. Sorry for not expressing this precisely enough.

It is not my intention to bypass the MIG-T. The MIG-T should of course discuss all issues coming from the sub-group. My point was to allow also the decision of minor technical changes by the MIG-T alone, without having the same consideration in the MIG-P again. This would speed up the process for minor technical changes of the data specifications and allow the MIG-P to focus on the “big issues” when the proposed changes have an impact on the legislation.  

Markus

#8 Updated by Alex Ramage over 5 years ago

Markus,

Please do not worry about me not understanding.

I think we are saying the same thing - just in different ways.

Alex Ramage

#9 Updated by Alex Ramage over 5 years ago

#10 Updated by Robert Tomas over 5 years ago

  • File MIWP14_ToR_final.docx added

Dear MIG-T members here are the final Terms of Reference for the MIG temoary sub-group on Thematic clusters (MIWP14). We ahve included all recieved comments and additions.

The ToR should be endorsed during our next MIG-T virtual meeting on 30.4.  

#12 Updated by Robert Tomas over 5 years ago

  • File deleted (MIWP14_ToR_final.docx)

#13 Updated by Michael Lutz over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

The ToR were endorsed in the MIG-T meeting on 30/4/2015.

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