Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs)
CIP Member States have created Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) according to the following six priority areas:
- Logistics, Innovation and Competitiveness
- Port Protection and Security
- Sustainable Port Management and Environmental Protection
- Public Policy, Legislation and Regulation
- Tourism, Inland Ports and Waterways, Ship Services and Navigation Safety
- Social Responsibility, Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women
The CIP Executive Board (CECIP) is comprised by National Port Authorities of different Member States, as follows: one Chair and two Vice-Chairs; one Chair and one Vice-Chair for each one of the six TAGs, as can be seen in the organization chart to the right.
The TAGs primary objective is to provide technical advice to the Committee on specific aspects of port development. The CIP, at its regular meetings, may establish the TAGs it deems necessary to fulfill its objectives. TAGs are made up by all Member States as well as Associate Members, including private sector firms and NGOs.