GUIDELINES ON COMMUNICATION THROUGH COMMISSION CORRESPONDENTS OF THE ORDINARY AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
1. Responsibilities of the Commission Correspondent
It is the responsibility of the Commission Correspondent to:
||Establish and maintain contact with the Commission through its President, Secretary and WG Chairmen;
||et up a national mailing list of those interested in the work of the Commission, in cooperation with the Chairs of the WG of the Commission;
||Pass on information from the Commission and its Working Groups to organizations and individuals within the member country and encourage participation and feedback;
||Report to their member organization and attend meetings arranged by the member organisation;
||Report annually to TCPs on relevant activity within their country.
||Contribute to the preparation of the Member Reports to the ISPRS.
||Encourage relevant companies and institutions in their country to apply for sustaining membership
2. Responsibilities of the member organization
It is the responsibility of the member organization to:
||Pass on to Correspondents any relevant information received from ISPRS (eBulletin, information on resolutions, meetings etc.);
||Keep Correspondent informed of member activities;
||Arrange meetings of Correspondents;
||Use its influence to ensure that ISPRS Commissions and others do communicate through the Correspondents;
||Ensure that the names and addresses of Correspondents are correct in the Blue Book;
||Make available, within its capacity, such resources as are necessary for the effective functioning of Correspondents.
3. Responsibilities of the TCP
It is the responsibility of the TCP to:
||To communicate regularly with Correspondents and to keep them informed of all relevant events and activities;
||To involve Correspondents in Commission activities when ever possible;
||Hold WG meetings in countries which do not regularly participate in ISPRS activities and to initiate such meetings with the help of Correspondents;
||To assist the work of the Correspondents in whatever way which is feasible.