FNCA


FNCA Coordinators

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The Introduction of the Coordinators

FNCA Coordinators Meeting

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Report
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RECORD-Attachment 2
-FNCA Management and Operation-


1. FNCA Meeting

The FNCA management scheme has been agreed at the First FNCA Meeting in Bangkok. The FNCA Meeting involves participation at the ministerial level and the most senior officials, where views are exchanged on policy issues to enhance regional cooperation on the peaceful utilization of nuclear technology. The Action Plan for projects under the FNCA framework is approved/endorsed as appropriate.
2. Coordinators and Coordinators Meeting

National Coordinators are responsible for coordinated implementation of the FNCA projects in their countries. The role includes ensuring effective project management, linkage to the national program and end-users, assurance of funding for the projects in which the country participates, and understanding the potential complementary with other multilateral and bilateral mechanisms. This requires a senior person with authority. Coordinators Meeting is held once a year to review the performance of existing projects and to discuss future plan including new project initiatives and project termination and to provide clear direction to the projects. The conclusion and recommendation of the Coordinators Meeting should be submitted to the FNCA Meeting for approval or endorsement, as part of Action Plan.
3. Projects and Project Leaders

A project will have clear objectives, milestones, timeframes and work plan including expected outputs and likely outcomes. An overall project report should be presented to the Coordinators Meeting to enable review and subsequent direction. The Project Leader in each participating country is responsible for formulation and local implementations of the project in their own country, and will work with the Project Leaders of other countries to achieve the project objectives. They will interact regularly with their national FNCA Coordinator. Also the Project Leader will network on a frequent basis and meet face to face regularly, normally once a year, to share results of the cooperative project and ensure effective collaboration and future planning.



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