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The actors of Co-ordination

The actors of co-ordination are the Co-ordinated Organisations, the Co-ordination committees and their technical support service, the ISRP.

The Co-ordination Committees

Three committees meet separately, as well as in bilateral and tripartite meetings:

    • The Co-ordinating Committee on Remuneration (CCR),
    • The Committee of Representatives of the Secretaries/ Directors General (CRSG),
    • The Committee of Staff Representatives (CRP).

 

The Co-ordinating Committee on Remuneration (CCR)

The main role of the CCR is advisory and is to make recommendations on remuneration and pension-related matters to Councils of the Co-ordinated Organisations.

Although all member countries of each organisation may participate in the Committee, many choose for different reasons not to do so.  Representatives generally come from the respective governments' Finance, Interior or Foreign Ministries, or from national delegations to one of the Co-ordinated Organisations.

The Committee of Representatives of the Secretaries/ Directors General (CRSG)

The CRSG is composed of the Heads of Administration of the different organisations or of their representatives in charge of remuneration matters. The CRSG prepares, with the assistance of the ISRP, proposals and documents on remuneration and pensions for discussion in tripartite, bilateral or individual meetings of the committees.  

The Committee of Staff Representatives (CRP)

Staff of the different organisations are represented at tripartite meetings with the CCR and the CRSG. The CRP has a consultative role.


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