Working Group definition

Working Group means representatives of the Applicable Registry Operators and other members of the community that the Registry Stakeholders Group appoints, from time to time, to serve as a working group to consult on amendments to the Applicable Registry Agreements (excluding bilateral amendments pursuant to Section 7.6(i)).
Working Group means the Group constituted by the Reserve Bank for the purpose of considering proposals of export of goods and services on deferred payment terms or in execution of a turnkey project or a civil construction contract;
Working Group means a group established by the Council consisting of Elected Members and / or Officers and / or co-opted Members and / or persons who are not Elected Members, Officers or co-opted Members, for the purpose of providing advice to any decision maker within the Council.

Examples of Working Group in a sentence

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If an Arbitration Notice is sent, the mediator’s definition of issues, along with the Proposed Revisions (be those from ICANN, the Working Group or both) shall be posted for public comment on ICANN’s website for a period of no less than thirty (30) calendar days.

ICANN and the Working Group will consider the public comments submitted on the Proposed Revisions during the Posting Period (including comments submitted by the Applicable Registry Operators), and information regarding such comments and consideration shall be provided to a three (3) person arbitrator panel.

Prior to submitting a Special Amendment for Registry Operator Approval, ICANN shall first consult in good faith with the Working Group regarding the form and substance of such Special Amendment.

In the event that a Mediation Notice is provided, ICANN and the Working Group shall, within fifteen (15) calendar days thereof, simultaneously post the text of their desired version of the Proposed Revisions and a position paper with respect thereto on ICANN’s website.


More Definitions of Working Group

Working Group means representatives of the Applicable Registrars and other members of the community that ICANN appoints from time to time, to serve as a working group to consult on amendments to the Applicable Registrar Agreements (excluding bilateral amendments pursuant to Section 6.5).
Working Group means a body constituted by the Trustee for the purpose of developing a Standard/Specification.
Working Group means a working group of the Association as referred to in Article 35.
Working Group means the Medical Products Working Group comprising representatives of FDA and HSA.
Working Group means the group of representatives appointed by individual Members to implement the Work Plan.
Working Group means the working group established under subsection (2).
Working Group means a joint team composed of representatives of the Parties with appropriate background and experience formed to advise the JSC hereunder on matters of a particular nature, such as those specified herein.