The Administrative Core is responsible for overall planning of the Center, providing a direction and focus that are consistent with the mission of the NIEHS, coordination of all Center components, evaluation of progress, allocation of budgets and oversight of expenditures, and day-to-day operations. The elements of this Core are its Personnel and Programs. These are depicted in Table 1 and described below. TABLE 1: Elements of the Administrative Core PERSONNEL ? Director ? Deputy Director ? Center Administrator ? Administrative Staff ? Coordinator, Shared Instruments and Oversight ? Internal Policy Committee (IPC) ? External Advisory Committee (EAC) PROGRAMS ? Pilot Project Program ? Director's Fund ? Shared Instruments and Oversight ? Center Seminar Series ? Monthly Center Meetings ? Annual Retreat and Conferences ? Web Site

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