DBCP Executive Board (DBCP-EB)

The DBCP Executive Board shall:
  1. Seek guidance from the Panel at its regular sessions regarding specific issues to be addressed by the Executive Board and the Tasks Teams during the intersessional period;
  2. Act promptly to deal with any administrative, financial and planning issues and opportunities that might arise, within the guidelines established and reviewed regularly by the Panel;
  3. Authorise the Chairperson to commit any expenditure necessary for the resolution of these issues and the promotion of the Panel’s aims and objectives, up to the maximum amounts that might be agreed in advance by the Panel at its regular session;
  4. Review the DBCP Implementation Strategy to ensure that it is kept up-to-date and complies with ongoing activities and users\' requirements;
  5. Set working priorities for the Technical Co-ordinator according to the DBCP recommendations at its regular sessions, and provide further guidance during the DBCP intersessional period;
  6. Confer primarily regularly by e-mail, and exploit opportunities afforded by attendance at other meetings (e.g., the JCOMM OCG meeting) for face-to-face meetings;
  7. Conduct meetings annually, following an agenda drawn up by the DBCP Chairperson;
  8. Consult with Panel members and the Chairpersons of the DBCP Task Teams during the intersessional period if required;
  9. Report its activities to the DBCP at its regular Session, and throughout the intersessional period as appropriate.
Member Role Country
Pattabhi Rama Rao Eluri
Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services
International Cooperation and Partnership India
Ting Yu
ex officio (IOC) France
Nelly Riama
Chair Indonesia
Champika Gallage
World Meteorological Organization - Observing System and Information Department
ex officio (WMO) Switzerland
Long Jiang
ex officio (DBCP TC) France
Lancelot Braasch
University of California, San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Vice-Chair & Technology Innovation United States of America
Karen Grissom
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Environmental Stewardship United States of America
Rita Esteves
Instituto Hidrográfico Lisboa
Scientific Excellence Portugal
Marc Lucas
Collecte et Localisation par Satellite (CLS/Service Argos)
Buoy Data Value and Impact France
Qiu Jiang
National Center for Ocean Standards and Metrology
Diversity and Inclusivity China
Andri Purwandani
Badan Pengkajian dan Penerapan Teknologi
Operational Excellence Indonesia
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