I think what follows is self-explanatory:
"The task of the Working Groups will be to begin with very broad areas of interest, and to begin the process of narrowing the focus of the analysis in order to establish high level goals of what we want to accomplish. Once the Working Groups articulate the high level goals and any suggested overall strategies for our work (e.g., 'we will only invest in programs that have a clear exit strategy that sustains the impact of the work being supported by Federations' (this is such a good idea that surely JFNA will adopt this "goal" and apply it to its own programs) or 'we will emphasize programs that empower and build capacity in local communities' (ditto) or 'we will only invest in programs in this area where we can measure the outcomes' (double ditto)), we will form Commissions, which will be charged with responsibility to determine how best to accomplish these high level goals. Working Groups may discuss meta-strategies within each assigned area, but will not go into detail about what kinds of programs make sense to address particular challenges or opportunities, or who are the right partners to work on particular sub-topic areas (this will be the job of the Commissions (got it?) or how much money should be allocated to any particular aspect of our collective work (this will be the job of the Partnership Committee (got that?))"Now, this double-speak goes on for another page. I think you get the point. The GPT "process" has been designed to assure, as we've observed on these pages before...CHAOS!! The Working Groups will sit around determining, maybe, "high level goals" in their assigned areas and, maybe, "meta-strategies." But meta-strategies are defined as "an overarching strategy determining which other strategies to use in a given situation" and that "determination" is left to "Commissions" which themselves will have no authority to recommend dollar allocations.
Hey, seriously, if any of this b.s. strikes you as more than another JFNA attempt to hornswoggle the federations, let me know.