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The CSIRO Science, Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (SICOM) is a sub-committee of the CSIRO Executive Team under the authority of the Chief Executive.
The CSIRO Science, Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (SICOM) is a sub-committee of the CSIRO Executive Team under the authority of the Chief Executive. CSIRO’s overall planning, investment and review processes are managed by the Deputy Chief Executive, who is the Chair of SICOM.
SICOM focuses at the Enterprise, Line of Business and Business Unit levels. It may, if necessary, consider matters below these levels to inform decision making and confirm alignment and integration of planning. Executive Directors and Business Unit leaders are however responsible for the management of their areas of accountability to deliver against SICOM agreed goals and key performance indicators.
SICOM operates on a consensus model. If a matter is not agreed by consensus the Committee Chair will refer the matter to the Chief Executive for consideration.
See note of terminology below.
The purpose of SICOM is to support the Executive Team (ET) to direct and control the Organisation’s strategic science, capability, capital, support and impact planning, investment and performance management.
In addition, the Committee will:
In respect of planning, investment and review, the Committee have five core responsibilities:
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Last updated: Last updated: 24 February 2015
Printed from: Science Strategy Investment and Impact Committee Charter (http://csiroaucd1-cdc.it.csiro.au/en/About/Leadership-governance/Chief-Executive-and-Executive-Team/SICOM)