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working group

A team of individuals who work on a project and disband when it is finished. Working groups may last from a few weeks to several years.
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The DevSecOps Working Group. This working group focuses on creating a transparent and holistic management approach that leverages the synergies between the development, security and operational functions, making way towards a proactive and agile security stance.
The Working Group also reviewed responses from various Governments to prompt intervention letters, general allegations and urgent appeals.
Because the national level working group is the driver of the synchronisation between the government's political platform and rectangular strategy and local administrations.
"We must agree on the rules of procedure, as the working group is established for the entire duration of the Convention, and how the working group will work for decades depends on how we work out these rules," he said.
The working group, headed by Chair-Rapporteur Bernard Duhaime, a Canadian, welcomed the Philippine delegation and the efforts of the Philippine government to engage and prepare detailed documentation, the mission reported.
It is a practice of the Working Group to hold one session per year, apart from regular sessions in Geneva, to learn more about this issue in the UN member states.
Working group members will comprise the government and private sector representatives and its recommendations form part of logistics and transcript policy to be finalized soon.
It is pertinent to mention here that the first meeting of the Working Group on Refugees was held in Kabul on July 22, this year, as part of the inaugural session.
According to the FO statement, the two sides emphasised the importance of the APAPPS to further bilateral relations between the countries and agreed to 'optimally utilise' it to 'deepen engagement, communication and understanding for [the] early return and resettlement of Afghan refugees,' as well as, to promote cooperation under numerous working groups. The first meeting of the working group was held on July 22 while Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua was in Kabul for the inaugural meeting of the APAPPS.
* Working Group #3: Reliability, Resiliency and Cyber Security.
The committee members discussed the recommendations presented by the working group. On this occasion committee member Naeema Kishwar stated that recommendations were being presented from working group not consulted with working group committee members.

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