1.Leading Organ and Work Mechanism
The leading organ of the Beijing Olympic Volunteer Program is the Beijing Olympic Volunteer Work Coordination Group (hereinafter referred to as "Coordination Group"). The Coordination Group is responsible for establishing a system for the organization, commanding of the Olympic volunteers, which provides a reliable organizational guarantee for the success of the volunteer program.
The Coordination Group will, in line with the progress of the Olympic volunteer work, set up relevant departments in charge of social mobilization, organization and commanding, education and training, liaison and coordination, press and communications, logistics, technical support, security, legal affairs, and theoretical research. A routine working mechanism will be established and planning work will be conducted by years and stages to ensure the successful implementation of all projects and operational plans of the Beijing Olympic Volunteer Program.
2. Support and Guarantee
Following the principle of "being financially prudent in running the Olympic Games", the financial and material resources necessary for the Olympic volunteer program rationally estimated, financial and material resources will be guaranteed for the Olympic Volunteer Program, the use of the resources for the volunteer program will be audited to guarantee reasonable utilization of the resources for volunteer work. To this end, a set of well-developed and highly efficient systems for volunteer work management shall be established, in order to guarantee accurate and authentic information, efficient coordination and command, effective management and deployment, smooth communication and efficient overall operation of the volunteer work.
The Beijing Olympic Volunteer Prgram Action Plan is BOCOG's official document to be released to the public. The Beijing Olympic Volunteer Work Coordination Group has the right to interpret the Action Plan and constantly enrich, improve and develop it in light of the changes in relevant conditions and missions during the preparation of the Beijing Olympic Games.