The team which we propose for this work is a professional,
interdisciplinary one. It will be divided into four working groups:
Key to Group Composition Diagram: Group A, responsible for
planning and design; Group B, responsible for administrative work and general
services, including setting up a supporting committee for the project; and
Groups C and D, responsible for research and theoretical formulations;
The (above page) diagram and keys show the groups'
composition and interaction. Those persons in overlapping areas provide feedback
to each group of which they are a part of the workings of the others. We present
also, job descriptions of important positions to show the types of individuals
necessary for the project and the kind of work responsibilities they will have.
(Positions such as secretary, draftsman, or accountant are not detailed since
they would follow standard requirements.)
Besides this professional body, there will be also
interference and participation of the public through presentations, seminars,
and discussions with project workers. A supporting committee made up of private
individuals, businessmen, and the media would periodically come in contact with
the project and be part of its orientations. Within this supporting committee a
smaller board of advisors will be formed to follow more closely the development
of the work.
The main lines of action undertaken and the real planning
will take place in the interaction of all the professional fields and the
general public, so that no decision will be too limited in scope and theory.
Subcontracts and/or Consulting
Consulting Services will he an important and significant part
of Stage I and Stage II. Gathering the necessary information, plans and methods
will be paramount to the success of this project. Often those have to be
tailored to the needs of the specialist or expert concerned. Certain Key
Technologies of the EUM. are held by a small number of individuals and
companies. Some tend to presently be in great demand, and therefore have to be
pursued. Only a flexible budget entry could handle this situation.