Ad hoc Groups

Ad hoc groups are convened at the initiative of the Director General to respond to questions posed to them within the sphere of their competence and in support of the Specialist Commissions. The Director General has the mandate to define the Terms of Reference and to select appropriate experts based on their experience and scientific excellence while ensuring geographical balance. The ad hoc group reports are submitted to the relevant Specialist Commission for their information and consideration.

Planned ad hoc Groups

The planned schedule for ad hoc groups can be accessed at the link below. Once the Director General has established the ad hoc Group, the Terms of Reference will be available under the Section ad hoc Group reports.

The terms of reference for future ad hoc groups are attached to the calendar once they have been approved.

Other background documents such as discussion papers or scientific reports will also be attached to the calendar.

Calendar ad hoc groups

Nomination of experts

Delegates wishing to nominate experts for a specific ad hoc group should send the experts CV and the name of the ad hoc group via email to expert_applications@oie.int. This does not guarantee that the expert will be selected but will assist the OIE in establishing a database of internationally recognised experts.

Ad hoc Group reports

Once the report has been considered by the relevant Specialist Commission(s) the ad hoc group reports are now available on the OIE website as stand-alone documents.

To access reports prior to July 2016, please refer to reports of OIE Specialist Commissions available at: http://www.oie.int/en/standard-setting/specialists-commissions-working-ad-hoc-groups/



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