Given that the concept of effective governance is not unique, other elements are proposed: “This should be, to a lesser extent, limited intervention in the economy; A clear vision and processes A high-quality staff engaged, capable of formulating and implementing strategies and projects; Full public participation Effective financial management Transparent and decentralised structures and political stability.”  Various agencies, institutions and country representatives, including the International Network for Quality Infrastructure (INetQI), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), the WTO and the Borderless Alliance (BA), shared their views on how to actively promote good governance in the development of quality infrastructure to achieve effective integration into global value chains. They also discussed opportunities and challenges to help Member States lay the groundwork for good governance for a modern quality infrastructure system. The Governance Analytical Framework (GAF) is a practical methodology for studying governance processes, in which different actors interact and make decisions on collective issues, creating or strengthening social norms and institutions. It is postulated that governance processes are found in each society and, contrary to other approaches, that they can be observed and analyzed from a non-normative perspective. It proposes a methodology based on five main units of analysis: problems, actors, standards, processes and “nodes”. These logically articulated units of analysis form a coherent methodology to be used as an empirical research instrument in social policy.    Project management is the management framework in which project decisions are made. Its role is to provide a reproducible and robust system that allows an organization to manage its capital investments – project governance takes on tasks such as presenting relationships between all relevant groups and describing the flow of information to all stakeholders. The regulation reflects the emergence of decimated and mutually adaptable policies, based on regulation rather than on the provision of services or taxes and expenditures.  The term covers the tendency of political regimes to manage the complexity of delegated rules.