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IMPACT ON USERS 3.1 The impact on users if the 'LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' was to be removed is considered to be minimal: • Only 5 users in the 6 months ending 26 July 2015 downloaded the file. (...) This will give sufficient notice to those users who – on the evidence – access this data on rare occasions. 4. CONCLUSION 4.1 Removal of the ' LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' file from Secure SADIS FTP. 4.1.1 In light of the foregoing information the meeting is invited to formulate the following draft Conclusion; Conclusion 1/xx Removal of the ' LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' file from Secure SADIS FTP That, the SADIS Provider be invited to remove the 'LAST_18_HOURS_DATA' file from Secure SADIS FTP, to be effective 1200 UTC 12 August 2016. (...) ACTION BY THE METP-WG/MOG 5.1 The METP-WG/MOG is invited to: METP-WG/MOG/1-WP/3 - 3 - a) note the information contained in this paper; and b) decide on the draft conclusion proposed for the group's consideration. — END —
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Score: 893560.2 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...val_Last_18Hours_Data_File.pdf
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The Committee decided to set up informal, in-session consultations with the aim of facilitating the drafting of conclusions and entrusted two Vice-Chairs, H.E. Mr. (...) On 16 May, after consideration of a draft conclusion on the programme and budgets, 2020–2021 submitted by the Chair (PBC.35/L.6), the Committee adopted the following conclusion: Conclusion 2019/3 The Programme and Budget Committee: (a) Took note of the proposal of the Director General for the programme and budgets, 2020–2021; (b) Requested the Chair of the Programme and Budget Committee to organize further consultations with Member States to reach a consensus. (...) On 16 May, after consideration of a draft conclusion on the date of the thirty-sixth session, submitted by the Chair (PBC.35/L.5), the Committee adopted the following conclusion: Conclusion 2019/7 The Programme and Budget Committee decided to hold its thirty-sixth session from 15 to 16 June 2020.
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Score: 893335.45 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/16396924/unido-file-16396924
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The main objective of this cooperation should be to minimize the detrimental effects of the globalization of the economy. (...) Conclusions concerning tripartite consultation at the national level on economic and social policy 1. (...) See appendix for the text of the resolution and conclusions. 2. Adopted on 19 June 1996. Updated by VC.
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Score: 892101.5 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb267/esp-3-1.htm
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The main objective of this cooperation should be to minimize the detrimental effects of the globalization of the economy. (...) Conclusions concerning tripartite consultation at the national level on economic and social policy 1. (...) See appendix for the text of the resolution and conclusions. 2. Adopted on 19 June 1996. Updated by VC.
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Score: 892101.5 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...relm/gb/docs/gb267/esp-3-1.htm
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The following draft conclusion was formulated Conclusion IIM-E/01: Alignment of Regional Priorities Targets and Plans with the provision of the 5th edition of the GANP That: APIRG States, Service providers and airspace users should update their Priorities, Targets and related implementation plans consistent with the GANP objectives as well as the needs of the AFI region. 11 The Secretariat reminded the ICAO Aviation Systems Block Upgrades (ASBU) Methodology as described in the GANP. (...) The following conclusion was formulated Draft Conclusion IIM-E/10: Finalization of the Establishment of IIM/ SG That; The Secretariat pursue the consultation with the AAO/SG and States in order to ensure an appointment of the Chairs and Vice Chairs of the two APIRG Sub Groups. 4.10 The meeting addressed the linkages between projects (IIM/IIM & IIM/AAO projects). In this regard the Secretariat submitted to the meeting a template aiming to identifying the linkage amongst IIM projects in order to ensure a proper coordination and minimize duplication. 15 The following conclusion was formulated: Draft Conclusion IIM-E/11: Coordination of Projects That: In order to ensure a proper coordination and minimize duplication, the Secretariat finalize and circulate the draft template attached at Appendix F summarizing the linkage amongst IIM/SG Project and between them and AAO/SG Projects Agenda Item 5: Review of APIRG Procedural Handbook provisions pertaining to IIM/SG 5.1 Under this agenda item the meeting noted that the draft APIRG procedural Handbook, as attached in Appendix G was still ‘work in progress ’ and proposed new deadlines for circulation of the draft to States, receiving comments and publishing of the finalized document.
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Score: 891608.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...eport/IIM-E.Draft%20Report.pdf
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ECA 35/08/2 ECA 36/10/INF/3 May 2010 This document is printed in limited numbers to minimize the environmental impact of FAO's processes and contribute to climate neutrality. (...) Date and Place of the Thirty-seventh Session Mixed Competence – MS Vote 13. Summary of conclusions presented by the Rapporteur2 14. Closure of the Session 2 In line with para. 32 of the Report of the 33rd Session, the drafting of the final report is entrusted to the Secretariat and the Rapporteur. The Rapporteur will make an oral presentation of the outcome of the session to the 27th FAO Regional Conference for Europe and main conclusions and recommendations on Items 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 will be submitted to the Regional Conference as LIM documents for endorsement.
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Score: 891303.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...A_36/en/ECA_36_10_INF_3_en.pdf
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. • A Brief Case Study – The World Wide Web • A Few High-Level Conclusions 1. Or some combination of past, present, and/or future. (...) The IA has simplicity as a guiding principle • With that background, let’s take a look at some of the principles underlying the Internet Architecture (IA) Principles of the IA • Simplicity – Past, Present, Future: Things should be as simple as possible, but no simpler • Multiplexing – Past, Present, Future: The current Internet uses variable length packets as the universal approach to multiplexing data streams. – Present, Future: Circuit Oriented Packet Switched (co-ps), e.g., MPLS • Transparency – Past: In the absence of transmission errors, user data that is delivered to the intended receiver is delivered w/o modification (“principle of minimum intervention”) • Present, Future: Must account for middle boxes, DPI engines, caches,… Principles of the IA • Universal connectivity – Past, Present, Future: A host can send data directly to any other host except when intentionally prohibited – Present, Future: Continuing development of DoS prevention and mitigation tools (e.g., GTSM) • Immediate Delivery – Past, Present, Future: Connectivity is continuous – Past, Present, Future: In the absence of failure or overload, data is delivered immediately Principles of the IA • Subnet Heterogeneity – Past, Present, Future: The Internet makes minimal assumptions about link layer functionality • Common Bearer Service – Past, Present, Future: The Internet provides a connectionless, end-to- end service • Must account for co-ps mode (e.g., MPLS) – Past, Present, Future: The common bearer service provides at least the minimal common service, i.e., the best effort service • Present, Future: Diffserv, Diffserv Aware MPLS-TE, NSIS,… – Past: There is no access protocol for end-systems (hosts) • Present, Future: SIP based signaling, NSIS, RSVP Principles of the IA • Connectionless Network – Past: The inter-network packet delivery mechanism is connectionless – Present, Future: Explicit path/source routing (MPLS) • Minimal Dependency – Past: A minimum of network services and services is required to support end-to-end communication • Present, Future: Must account for IMS, DPI engines, Services Control Planes, … – Past, Present, Future: The host/network interface is symmetric and there is no specific network access protocol, so that two Internet hosts can communicate directly without an intermediary • Future: SIP-based signaling, NSIS…. (...) In particular, it contains no defense against DDoS attacks. – Past, Present: The Internet does not include an architectural approach to protect its own elements from attack. – Past: Link encryption is sufficient and efficient for Internet security – Present: IPSec, GTSM, Identity/Mobility, lots of active work (sbgp, …) – Future: Active work in many IETF areas Principles of the IA • Network Resource Allocation – Past, Present, Future: A transport protocol in an end node is responsible for sensing congestion and slowing its transmission when appropriate – Past, Present, Future: Transport protocols should be no more aggressive than TCP in the presence of congestion – Past, Present, Future: The Internet contains sufficient buffering to allow a host to operate a congestion adaptation algorithm with a round-trip of control latency – Present, Future: Diffserv, Diffserv-aware MPLS-TE, NSIS, RSVP,… Case study • World Wide Web – Not invented within the IETF or any other standards organization – No proposal lead through a gated review process for broad-scale deployment – By contrast, it succeeded by deployment in an open environment that allowed incremental buy-in, achieved critical mass, and took off • Engineering – Successive refinements of underlying HTTP protocol within the IETF • Architecture – Generation of applications identifier architecture (URIs) Conclusions (1) • The IETF, as an organization – Aims to be as neutral as possible about business models – Engineers for the common, open Internet – Weighs impact of deployment drivers and hurdles • IETF participants – Often necessarily have a specific business model behind their technical perspective (drivers or hurdles) • Almost by definition, creative tension and tradeoffs will ensue Conclusions (2) • The Internet is evolving to support diverse and emerging requirements sets – Including many of the requirements that are beginning to be specified by projects such as the ITU’s NGN – Note this kind of “evolvability” is a fundamental property of the IA (deriving from its “minimalist semantics”) • So where are the architectural misalignments?
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Score: 888527.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...505/presentations/s1-meyer.pdf
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Compounding the issue is the demand to achieve minimized turnaround and stand occupancy times, which also increases the concentration of simultaneous ground handling operations and more ground support equipment. (...) RGS WG/3-WP/3 - 4 - 2.9 Based on the above, the meeting is invited to agree on the following Draft Conclusion: DRAFT CONCLUSION 3/XX: ADOPTION OF ISAGO AND IGOM FOR GROUND HANDLING SERVICE PROVIDERS That, The MID states are encouraged to: a) adopt IGOM as a standardized procedure for Ground Handling Service Providers; b) adopt ISAGO as an acceptable means of compliance to requirements for Locally Registered Air Operator oversight of ground handling operations; and c) endorse the implementation of standardized oversight of ground handling operations through the adoption of ISAGO by International Civil Aerodromes Operators. 3. ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to: a) note the information in this working paper; and b) endorse the Draft Conclusion in para. 2.9. - END -
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Score: 887669.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...S%20WG3/RGS%20WG3-WP3-IATA.pdf
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Introduction The Working Paper presents the status of implementation of the Conclusions and Decisions adopted by the CNMC/7th Meeting held in Paris, France from 05 to 06 June 2017. (...) Action Required The meeting is invited to: a) Review and up-date the status of implementation of CNMC/7 Conclusions and Decisions as attached in Appendix to this paper. b) Agree on any other follow-up action thereon. — E N D — CNMC/8– WP/02 Appendix Follow up of the implementation of Conclusions and Decision of CNMC/7 Meeting CNMC/8– WP/02 Title Status Implementation Remarks Agenda Item 1: Review of the status of implementation of the Conclusions/Decisions of the fifth meeting of CNMC/7 meeting Conclusions 7/01: Implementation of the outstanding Conclusions and Decisions of CNMC/6 Meeting That; CNMC Administrations/Organizations endeavor to implement the outstanding Conclusions/Decisions of the Sixth and previous meetings of CNMC. (...) Still valid Agenda Item 7: Review of the Terms of Reference and Working Arrangements of CNMC Decision 7/13: Terms of Reference and Working Arrangements of CNMC That; The Terms of Reference and Working Arrangements of CNMC are adopted as presented in Appendix D Implemented Agenda Item 8: Adoption of the draft Conclusions/Decisions of CNMC/7 Meeting NIL Agenda Item 9: Any other business Conclusion 7/14: Follow up of the implementation of CNMC Conclusions and Decisions That; a) CNMC members quarterly report on the status of implementation of the CNMC Conclusions and Decisions; b) The coordinator trough teleconferences organize regular common assessment of the level of implementation of CNMC Conclusions and Decisions Still valid
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Score: 885570.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...p%20CNMC%207%20Conc.%20Dec.pdf
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Contribution to Rapporteur's Meeting for Questions in WP2 ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector Document Q1-D13 Study Group 16 Q.1/16 Rapporteur Meeting Biel-Bienne, Switzerland 19-20 May 2005 Source*: RADVISION Title: Capability Preferences – Suggested behavior Purpose: Proposal ___________________ Introduction This document proposes to add clarifications to H.324 recommendation which would minimize the probability of occurrence of the problem specified in the “Capability Preferences” proposal. (...) The slave which receives the OpenLogicalChannelReject message with the masterSlaveConflict reason should retry to open logical channel with the most preferred media type by the master. Conclusion This document proposes a solution to the media type conflict problem as described in the “Capability Preferences” document.
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Score: 882862.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../2005-2008/0505_Biel/q1d13.doc
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