The stakeholders of KSP (Knowledge Sharing Platform) have held a meeting in Ottawa from April 5 to 7, 2017, with the participation of 13 countries (including England, China, Spain, Korea, the United States, Japan, Germany and France), three international organizations CIAT, CATA and OECD, as well as the Canadian Revenue Agency, which has developed the KSP.
The purpose of the meeting was to present and evaluate the KSP and its functionalities to support the initiatives of the interested countries and agencies that have used the tool as a mechanism to strengthen their framework, the aspects to improve, or the new requirements based on the users’ experience.
For CIAT, it is a privilege to participate in this initiative, since KSP will carry out the activities of the working groups created in the context of the CIAT’s Permanent Ethics Committee, with the purpose of improving the interactions and lowering operational costs for the Committee’s management. We adhere decisively to the use of KSP.
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