1. Observatories’ Governance Structure

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  • Description of typical Steering Committee, Technical Committee

 

  • Typical existing agreements

 

  • Estimates of staff number/skills needed (in-house/external consultants) and budget required

 

  • Key funding sources

 

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2. Observatories’ Legal Structure

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