Integration of OACM in governmental infrastructure, ministries, environmental agencies or institutes is an important part of the CSMA coastal certification process. To maintain the CSMA and manage the nation's natural resources, the OACM membership requires the governmental infrastructure to establish an OACM department and affiliate offices that are responsible for the future development and maintenance of the OACM SOS CP and their national strategy of further sustainability development. The OACM Education Centre is responsible for the OACM infrastructure integration and program implementation. The newly created OACM affiliate departments within the government also function as the OACM official regional departments - which includes the promotion of OACM activities and external communication under direct supervision of the OACM headquarters and the OACM Communication department.
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