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IOAG provides a forum for identifying common needs across multiple international agencies for coordinating space communications policy, high-level procedures, technical interfaces, and other matters related to interoperability and space communications.
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The IOAG-21a meeting will be held on 23 January, 2018 and will be conducted via teleconference.
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IOAG Objectives
The IOAG was founded by the Interoperability Plenary (IOP) to:
  1. understand issues related to interagency interoperability and other space communications matters;
  2. identify solutions complying with IOP policies; and,
  3. recommend resolutions to the IOP for specific actions by the IOP.

The IOAG will undertake activities it deems appropriate related to multi-agency space communications. A specific IOAG goal is the achievement of full interoperability among member space agencies. This goal will be obtained by holding periodic meetings in accordance with the procedures set forth in the IOAG Procedures Manual. The IOAG operates under an established framework agreement called the Terms of Reference.

IOAG Members
IOAG Observers