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Scientific Committees

Future of Scientific Advice

Recently, DG XXIV asked three eminent Professors, members of the Scientific Committees of the European Commission, to reflect on the current system for the provision of scientific advice to the Commission, in the light of the first year and a half of operations within the new structure of DG XXIV.

The mandate for this mission foresees three main tasks, namely to reflect on the purposes of the EC scientific advice system, to analyse the generation of scientific advice and to present options and recommendations for the organisation of scientific advice in the future.

The three Professors, Prof. W. P. T. James, Prof. F. H. Kemper and Prof. G. Pascal, will work entirely independently of DG XXIV. However, DG XXIV will provide them with secretarial assistance to fulfil their mandate and will cover expenditure linked to its completion.

The Professors have been requested to deliver a final report by November 1999. The report will be made publicly available at that time.

- Mandate
- Public Hearing - 4 and 5 November 1999
- A European Food and Public Health Authority

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