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Vol. 24, No. 5
September 2002


IUPAC Projects

Information for Task Group Chairmen

The project-based structure of IUPAC makes Task Groups a key mode for implementation of the IUPAC mandate to enhance and improve communication worldwide among scientists in the chemical sciences. The Task Group chairman, in turn, is responsible for the implementation of the project and, subject to approval by the Division Committee, for the appointment of the Task Group Members. He/she also decides how the budget will be spent and reports periodically to the monitoring body as to progress toward the stated goals. A new, comprehensive online document is now available on the IUPAC web site that will help chairmen navigate their Task Groups through issues of accountability, budgeting, outcomes, dissemination of findings, and evaluations. The document describes in detail what is expected in terms of publications and workshops and it tells how to compile a Standard Measures Report and a Final Status Report. The report is available in either HTML or Adobe Acrobat PDF at the address below.



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