organization structure

Organization Structure


In view of the magnitude and importance of GCEL’s global initiative bringing well being across humanity, the organization structure has been carefully developed in accordance with the following:

The Premise – Nations Security Solution (NSS)

The Premise - Nations Security Solution (NSS)

When the desire for a global, tangible economic solution becomes a must, it is neither the mission nor focus of governments to provide solutions directly to the marketplace. It is also not acceptable for the private sector to monopolize such a solution; one that is of vital concern to nations’ security and sovereignty, must be delivered under a true public-private partnership.

The Nations’ Security Solution (NSS) was developed to address nations’ interdependent needs. Our global initiative falls under the NSS foundation because it impacts the daily lives of 7 billion people around the world; involves the vast B2B global market, which is projected to reach USD 312 trillion by 2025; comprises the world’s largest consortium of public and private organizations from 56 countries; and creates value in excess of USD 11 trillion.

 

 

 

The Global Structural Formula

The Global Structural Formula (GSF) is of paramount importance in ensuring a sustainable global program being delivered and maintained efficiently by capable global organizations after being triggered by a nonprofit organization, all working in concert with government bodies. The GSF includes the participation of all forms of organizations, listed below, bridging the gap between the public and the private sector while capitalizing on each organization’s capabilities and jurisdictions. Thus, the GSF introduces an independent, global monitoring mechanism that offsets geopolitical and monopolistic concerns and that concurrently ensures a rapid, global deployment of the Digital Economy Platform; hence providing benefits to all participants.

The Global Structural Formula

Governments

Governments

Governments are not business solution providers in the marketplace, but it is still their responsibility to resolve problems facing their countries. To avoid anti-trust challenges, governments can partner with non-profit organizations that provide equal opportunity to all organizations capable of delivering the required global solution.


Public / Private Partnership - (GCEL)
Public / Private Partnership  (GCEL)

Global Coalition for Efficient Logistics (GCEL) is an independent non-profit organization that brings together the public and private sectors, whose combined efforts are required to resolve major global challenges for the common good. GCEL’s governing body provides oversight on the Revenue Sharing Organization (RSO) ensuring the delivery of the proposed global solution in a rapid and non-monopolistic manner while offsetting geopolitical concerns.

 

Revenue Sharing Organization  (WLC)Revenue Sharing Organization - (WLC)

The World Logistic Council (WLC) is a semi-government, Revenue Sharing Organization (RSO) that is governed by a global board from around the world (Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa). The structure of the board offsets geopolitical and monopolistic concerns, while representing the interests of the region on the RSO board and monitoring the performance of the World Logistics Council Network (WLCN). The RSO has no direct commercial involvement in the private market, since its operation is supported through a revenue sharing formula with the WLCN.

 

WLCD

Revenue Sharing Organization  (WLCD)

The World Logistic Council Development (WLCD) as a Revenue Sharing Organization maintains and enhances the Digital Economy Platform known as the Multi-Dimensional Digital Economy Application System (MDDEAS™), the engine that powers the global Digital Economy.


Profit Driven - (WLCN)
Profit Driven  (WLCN)

The World Logistics Council Network (WLCN) is comprised of capable Commerce, Insurance, Finance, and Technology organizations selected through a transparent, equal opportunity process. The WLCN works in a cooperative environment with a global governance structure that monitors their performance while maintaining and deploying the core system MDDEAS™. These companies, with their market opportunity and profit-driven motives, ensure rapid global deployment, which benefits their customers in both developed and developing  countries alike.

 

MDDEAS™ 

The Multi-Dimensional Digital Economy Application System (MDDEAS™) is an integrated dynamic information environment that empowers the organizations participating in the real economy to act with confidence to utilize the Digital Economy services in order to grow their business with the near certainty of Ultimate Data Quality for every participant involved in their global supply chains.

 

GCEL's Organization Structure

 
 

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors ensures the organization’s prosperity by collectively directing its affairs, while meeting the interests of the global community at large. The members mirror GCEL’s global community of public, IGO/NGO and private sector members.

 

Secretary General

The Secretary General is the organization’s Ambassador to high-level government officials and leaders in the private sector worldwide, and oversees GCEL’s delivery of the value proposition of its global economic development program.

 

Advisory Committees

The Policy and Finance Advisory committees advise the Board of Directors regarding GCEL’s operational and financial activities.

The Policy Committee develops strategy for communicating with governments, IGOs, and NGOs regarding public policy matters and reviewing grant funding requests.

The Financial Committee manages the overall financial funds of the organization including the Benchmark trade lane deployment, evaluation of grant submissions, as well as disbursement of funds for approved grants and to sub-contracted vendors.

 

GCEL SUB-COMMITTEES

Overview

GCEL and its members are committed to social responsibility and wealth creation for purposes of lifting tens of millions out of poverty around the world.

Accordingly, a portion of the projected USD 6 trillion market opportunity that the HumaWealth Program creates has been dedicated to the AxioGrant Fund. By 2025, the AxioGrant spending is projected to cumulate to USD 3.0 trillion.

The AxioGrant’s objective is to ensure that every corner of the world benefits from the digital economy platform. The Fund is organized under eight subcommittees to invest in ongoing project and research programs, each aimed at a major benefit from HumaWealth.

Overseen by a global non-profit public/private partnership, the funds will be free of geopolitical constraints and invested for maximum humanitarian benefit.

Qualified GCEL members may elect membership on the following committees:

  • Trade Development
  • Economic Development
  • Cargo Security
  • Food Safety
  • Disaster Readiness,
  • Academic
  • SME
  • Technology

The objectives of the Sub-Committees are to conduct specialized research in their respective subject areas and to provide expert advice to GCEL towards ensuring enhancements to the Digital Platform meet the needs of the public and private sector stakeholders.

The Sub-committees and their members will be eligible to receive billions of dollars to conduct special projects as well as research and development activities.

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