Governance 

The WMO HydroHub governing body falls into the Hydrological Assembly as a body of the World Meteorological Congress.

WMO HydroHub Governance Structure
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Advisory Council
The WMO HydroHub Advisory Council (AC) provides strategic oversight to the WMO HydroHub, advising the Secretariat on the concept, objectives, expected benefits/costs, operational issues, and future development of the WMO HydroHub and its components.
Think Tank
Think Tank
The WMO HydroHub Think Tank is a flexible and open group of experts that promotes and supports innovation and sustainable development of hydrometric monitoring capacity within all WMO HydroHub activities.

Commission for Observation, Infrastructure and Information Systems (INFCOM)

The Commission for Observation, Infrastructure and Information Systems (Infrastructure Commission) contributes to:

  • the development and implementation of globally coordinated systems for acquiring, processing, transmitting, and disseminating Earth system observations, and related standards;
  • the coordination of the production and use of standardized analysis and model forecast fields;
  • and the development and implementation of sound data and information management practices for all WMO Programmes and their associated application and service areas.

More information on INFCOM.

Commission for Weather, Climate, Water and Related Environmental Services and Applications (SERCOM)

The Commission for Weather, Climate, Water and Related Environmental Services & Applications (Services Commission or SERCOM) is charged with leading and coordinating the promotion, development and implementation of globally consistent and user-focused services based on principles of good practice, opportunities for all and long-term sustainability.

More information on SERCOM.