CDISC Coordinating Committees (3Cs) were founded in 2002 to support global CDISC initiatives within specific regions of the world and to provide regional feedback to the central CDISC organization. They differ from User Groups in that they are sanctioned directly by the CDISC Board of Directors and CDISC Executive Operations. The primary 3C activities are defined in collaboration with CDISC Executive Operations; these activities receive support from CDISC Operations and require effective communications between the two groups.
CDISC 3Cs represent the CDISC organization around the globe, and help to strengthen relationships with international and local entities as well as organizations in their respective regions. The primary aim is to promote the value of CDISC and its vision and mission. One of the essential responsibilities of the 3Cs is to organize and promote annual CDISC Interchanges in their regions.
The current active CDISC Coordinating Committees are:
Updates on the Latest Activities of the CDISC Coordinating Committees
The European CDISC Coordinating Committee (E3C):
E3C is an organization founded to support CDISC initiatives within Europe and to provide regional feedback to the central CDISC organization. The E3C completed its election process in January 2014, during which they elected the following exceptional members to support the CDISC mission and vision by being 3C members in Europe:
Mark your calendars for the next CDISC European Interchange on 7-11 April 2014 in Paris, France. Registration and details can be found here.
The Japanese CDISC Coordinating Committee (J3C)
The Japan CDISC Coordinating Committee (J3C) is an organization founded to support global CDISC initiatives within Japan and to provide regional feedback to the central CDISC organization.
The Chinese CDISC Coordinating Committee (C3C)
The Chinese CDISC Coordinating Committee (C3C) is an organization founded to support global CDISC initiatives in China and to provide regional feedback to the central CDISC organization.