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Executive Board

The ICP Executive Board is the decision-making and strategic body of the ICP. As such, it is responsible for ensuring that the program is completed on time and within budget, and that it provides high-quality PPP data for dissemination.

 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and determine strategic priorities
  • Promulgate ICP standards
  • Approve annual work programs and budgets
  • Play a role in resource mobilization
  • Oversee activities of the Global Office on the basis of timely progress reports
  • Commission evaluations of the ICP
  • Define the dissemination policy for ICP results and provide guidance on outreach activities
  • Resolve any conflicts within the program – and between the program and its external environment
  • Approve the membership of the Technical Advisory Group and the selection of the Chair

Members:  The Executive Board members are eminent economists/statisticians and experienced statistical managers. Many are Chief Statisticians or managers of statistical operations with skills and experience of direct relevance to ICP. The members of the Executive Board serve as representatives of their organizations. These are representatives from the Eurostat, OECD, International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the United Nations Statistics Division. Each regional coordinating agency holds a seat on the Executive Board. The membership also includes representatives of countries participating in the ICP. They are selected to provide a balance across the regions and to provide representation of those with different economic structures and statistical capacity. Countries providing assistance to the regional and global programs are also included on the Board.




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