A multi-stakeholder Governing Board, co-chaired by the OECD’s Secretary-General and UNDP’s Administrator (or nominated delegate) is comprised of a maximum of 8 members, including members from governments of Host Administration and Partner Administration countries, civil society, academic institutions and/or private sector. Such individuals have expertise, experience and interest in international development, public finance and/or taxation. The Governing Board aims to maintain a representative regional and gender balance. Members serve for 3 years with the possibility of renewal. Members do not receive payment for their services, although international travel and per diems may be provided on a case-by-case basis for them to attend meetings of the Governing Board.
The Governing Board provides guidance and international visibility for TIWB Programmes and makes recommendations concerning the design of the initiative, if required.