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Acknowledging the value of the various kinds of responses, the Working Party asked the Secretariat to include both types in the synthesis paper, but, where relevant, to make clear the distinction between what NCPs have actually been doing, and what they intend to do. The rationale for the distinction sought included the belief that sometimes procedures prove unworkable when tested and therefore have to be revised. Two NCP responses arrived too late to be included in these tabulations. Responses to the questionnaire on NCP procedures were received from sixteen single government department NCPs, four NCPs that consist of multiple government departments, two NCPs that are tripartite in structure and one quadripartite NCP.

Four others responded “not yet”. One other experienced NCP noted that feedback has been freely supplied by the parties without the need to formally solicit it. No other specific information was provided about how feedback is being obtained. Five non-experienced NCPs indicated that feedback is something they would be interested in receiving. Some NCPs expressed a desire for training and/or more opportunities for learning from those NCPs that have dealt with more specific instances, including through the use of case studies.

The possibility of discussing the issue in future meetings was also © OECD 2003 55 Annual Report on the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises floated. Some NCPs have already co-operated with other NCPs in the context of dealing with a specific instance. Eight experienced NCPs indicated that one or more of the specific instances they had handled involved another NCP in some way. In some cases, the result was the transfer or referral of a specific instance to another NCP for handling. Whatever measures are adopted to enhance consistency, the importance of maintaining NCPs’ independence was also stressed.

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