This paper responds to a request to the ISPC from the CGIAR Fund Council and Consortium to identify the major routes through which agricultural research can address the four high-level goals, called System-Level Outcomes (SLOs), of the CGIAR and the potential linkages between research and impact pathways.
This report examines processes and methods for priority setting to underpin a future revision of the SRF by the Consortium. This paper examines priority setting at both the strategic System level (SRF/SLOs) and at the operational level of CGIAR research programs.
The document provides the ISPC's comments and feedback on the June 2013 draft CGIAR Open Access and Data Management Policy.
This report was prepared for the Twelfth Meeting of the Executive Council, held from 16-17 May 2007 in Madrid, Spain.
The aim of this policy is to ensure that any potential Conflicts of Interest are made open and transparent, and that processes are managed to take declared interests into account. No policy can account for every eventuality; it is the responsibility of all individuals working with the ISPC to declare any unforeseen associations which could be perceived as a conflict.