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Coordination Commissions for the Olympic Games

The role of the Coordination Commission is to monitor and assist the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs).

Respect of the Olympic Charter and the Host City Contract

As defined in the Olympic Charter, a Coordination Commission is appointed by the IOC President for each Games edition to manage and implement the working relationships between the OCOG, the IFs and the NOCs. It usually meets yearly until four years out, then twice a year.

The Coordination Commission reports to the IOC Executive Board through its Chairman and the Olympic Games Executive Director.

The Coordination Commission:
• ensures that the Olympic Charter and the Host City Contract are followed and applied;
• monitors the progress of the OCOG;
• assists the OCOG to deliver Olympic Games;
• approves the levels of service proposed by the OCOGs for different clients.

 

 
   

Sochi 2014

Sochi 2014 Volunteer Training
Sochi 2014 springing to life with 134 days to go till Opening Ceremony The International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Coordination Commission for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, making its 10th and final visit to the Black Sea city, got an appreciation of what visitors can expect when they arrive for the Games – and the feedback has been positive.
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Rio 2016

Rio 2016 working to deliver lasting legacy
Rio 2016 working to deliver lasting legacy Wrapping-up its fifth visit to Rio de Janeiro, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission underlined the strong progress being made towards delivering a lasting legacy from the 2016 Games. With less than three years remaining until the Games begin, the Organising Committee and its Government partners were able to show the Commission that legacy planning and its delivery were well underway.
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