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The Scientific Advisory Committee is composed of one representative of a higher scientific management level from each of SLGO's active member organizations, the SLGO's chief executive and/or SLGO's Web development coordinator. Each designated representative must know the clientele and be able to effectively communicate the organization's priorities and objectives.
He/she must have a solid understanding of SLGO's mission as well as the areas of interest of its members' community in order to collaborate efficiently with these organizations, contribute to developing a common strategic vision and participate in the elaboration of informed recommendations destined to SLGO's Board of Directors.
[Updated : 2016.07.26]
The Committee must hold at least two meetings per year. A planning meeting must take place before the annual business cycle. A minimum presence of two members (or substitutes) is mandatory to validate any decision. The Chairman or any other member of the Board may participate in all of the Committee meetings.