Catalogue description London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games: Policies and Processes relating to the Competitions and the Ceremonies: records

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Title: London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games: Policies and Processes relating to the Competitions and the Ceremonies: records
Description:

This series contains the 'Transfer of Knowledge' information originally provided by LOCOG to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and to the next 'Host City' for the Olympics (Rio de Janiero, Brazil 2016).

It contains information as follows: finalised strategies for all of LOCOG's key functions; finalised Functional Areas Operating Plans (FAOPs); LOCOG senior management presentations to all external audiences; copies of all major contracts of work carried out for LOCOG; one copy of all reports compiled by or on behalf of the LOCOG relating to the provision of facilities and services for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics; one mint copy of all significant publications produced by or on behalf of the LOCOG. Included are research papers, magazine articles, books etc...but not information leaflets, brochures, fact sheets; and scope and scale planning metrics and statistics.

Date: 2005-2012
Legal status: Not Public Record(s)
Language: English
Creator:

London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, 2005-2012

Access conditions: Records not yet transferred
Administrative / biographical background:

The information comprising the 'Transfer of Knowledge' was selected from various parts of the LOCOG organisational structure.

It is likely that the information was compiled by the Strategic Programmes Department, International Relations Team. The International Relations Team managed Olympic and Paralympic Family services, which includes the Olympic and Paralympic hotels and secretariat, the IOC/IPC guest programmes, flags, anthems and Welcome Ceremonies, and knowledge management. In addition, it provided language services for the Games Family and delivers the international and domestic dignitary programmes. This Team was chiefly responsible for liaison with the International Olympic Committee which always requests Transfer of Knowledge (ToK) information upon completion of the Olympic Games.

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