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... all issued reports endorsing the linear collider as the next major project that should be undertaken and stating that the project should be international from the start. · In February 2001, ICFA asked the International Linear Collider Technical Review Committee (ILC-TRC)
From page 140...
... · In January 2004, the OECD Committee for Scientific and Technology Policy issued a Ministerial Statement noting the worldwide consensus of the scientific community that an electron-positron linear collider should be the next major accelerator-based facility in particle physics. · In March 2004, a special task force of ILCSG reported on a framework for an international organization to develop the design of the ILC.
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... The governance structure will set out the rights of the funding nations to participate in major project decisions. Ultimately, the selection of a governance structure will be closely linked to decisions on cost sharing and site.
From page 142...
... are allocated on a fair and consistent basis. The ILC project organization will need to establish effective con trols over budgeting, procurement, quality control, design changes, and contingency reserves.

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