working group

working group
working group ˈworking ˌgroup noun [countable]
a committee that is formed to examine a particular situation or problem and suggest ways of dealing with it; = working party Bre:

• A working group will evaluate costs and set deadlines.

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working group UK US noun [C] (UK also working party)
a small group of people, for example, one chosen by a government, that studies a particular problem or situation and then reports on what it has discovered and gives suggestions: »

A highly confidential document was distributed to all members of the working group.

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The President's working group on the financial markets has been holding daily conference calls to discuss the crisis.

set up/establish/create a working group »

A joint EU-China working group will be set up to look into revising the existing exchange rate mechanism.

chair/head/lead a working group »

A new working group, chaired by a former Bank of England director, will examine the need for more disclosure by private equity firms.

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The working group recommended that risk management be tightened.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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