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The management structure of the ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking is composed of several bodies as illustrated in the diagram below. The bodies include the Governing Board, Industry and Research Committee, Public Authorities Board and the Executive Director.
The Governing Board has overall responsibility for the operations of the ARTEMIS Joint Underaking. Its role is to oversee the implemenation of the JU. It consists of representatives from Industry (ARTEMISIA) and Public Authorities including the Commission and Member States. Voting rights are split equally: 50% for Industry and 50% for public authorities.
The Industry and Research Committee represents the interests of industry and the research community through Artemisia, the Artemis Industrial Association. Its consists of members appointed by ARTEMISIA. Its roles is to draft the Multi-Annual Strategic Plan based on the Research Agenda. In addition, it drafts an Annual Work Programme for the activities of the JU including calls for research proposals.
The Public Authorities Board consists of represetatives of the ARTEMIS Member States and the European Commission. It is responsible for the decisions on the scope and budget of the calls for proposals, selection of proposals and allocation of public funds for selected proposals. A third of the voting rights are assigned to the Commission and the remaining two thirds are allocated to Member States. As of 2012, the 23 ARTEMIS Member States are:
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.
The Executive Director is the chief executive of the Joint Undertaking whose role is to ensure its day-to-day management. The Executive Director is appointed by the Governing Board, for a period of three years. The Executive Director is supported by a secretariat - the ARTEMIS-JU Office - which handles the operational aspects of the JU.