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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
7.2.2
Assigning the Convened Group
The Agreement Parties will establish the Convened Group to provide leadership and to serve as
the focal point for decision making authority for the Process. To properly support the Process
Leader, the Convened Group members should be knowledgeable and effective personnel who
can provide advice and guidance on a timely basis. The Convened Group is fully responsible
and accountable for the entire Process and the resulting set of WSS, and its members should
understand and accept this role. In general, members of the Convened Group should be
selected from the managers responsible for allocating resources and managing the affected
work. The personnel selected must be capable and designated to make commitments on behalf
of the management of their parent organizations. Members to be assigned to the Convened
Group should be individuals who fully support and will become fully engaged in the N&S
Process. Should it be necessary to provide an alternate for these personnel during the
Process, this substitution should only be considered if the replacement is adequately trained,
experienced, and empowered. All Convened Group members should have sufficient knowledge
and the appropriate authority if they are to make a significant contribution.
Typical members of the Convened Group include representatives from the Agreement Parties,
Resource Authorities, and other appropriate Federal organizations. In support of the
requirement that the proposed WSS set be feasible, a range of key function managers in the
affected contractor organizations should be included in the Convened Group. The Convened
Group may be chaired by the Process Leader who is the catalyst for ensuring that the Process
is formally developed and approved.
7.2.3
Identifying the Resource Authorities
Resource Authorities are organizations or individuals who control the equipment, facilities,
personnel, and budget necessary to accomplish work. Line managers, including program and
project managers, are typical Resource Authorities. Some organizations may have multiple
resource managers and some of these may be independent of programs and projects. Without
the proper recognition and active participation of the Resource Authorities, the Process will fail.
This does not mean, however, that each Resource Authority must be a member of the
Convened Group.
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