What is working group?

  • (noun): A group of people working together temporarily until some goal is achieved.
    Example: "The working group was supposed to report back in two weeks"
    Synonyms: working party

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CIBIL - History and Origin
... A Working Group with representatives from select public sector banks, IDBI, ICICI, Indian Banks' Association and Reserve Bank was constituted by the Reserve Bank in the year 1999, to explore the ... The Working Group had recommended setting up a CIB under the Companies Act, 1956 with equity participation from commercial banks, FIs and NBFCs registered with the Reserve ... As per the recommendations made by the Working Group, Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd ...
Scotland Malawi Partnership - Activities and Impacts - School Partnerships Working Group
... In November 2006 the Scotland Malawi Partnership formed a School Partnership Working Group to coordinate requests from Scottish schools to create partnerships ... This working group brings together numerous organisations involved in school partnerships, including the Scottish Government, Scottish International Relief, UNICEF, Link Community Development ...
Multicore Association - Active Working Groups
... The Tools Infrastructure (TIWG) working group is defining a common data format and creating standards-based mechanisms to share data across diverse and non-interoperab ... TIWG is working on specification of multicore clocks to enable correlation (covers voltage and frequency scaling, multicore, multiple time sources) that will apply to many ... This working group is chaired by Brian Cruickshank of Texas Instruments and Aaron Spear of VMware ...
Working Group - See Also
... The WORK Group, a pseudonym used in reference to the defunct record label known as Work Records ...

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