What role does the CAM play in relation to Dispute Boards?

The CAM fulfills three essential functions for the proper functioning of the system. First, it has the authority to appoint the members of the Dispute Board, in the event that the parties fail to reach agreement on such members or on the Chairman of the Dispute Board within the periods established in the Regulations or in the contract. Second, the CAM resolves conflicts that arise over the requirements of impartiality and independence of the members of the Dispute Board and about their fees. Third, the CAM must keep an updated version of the Rules and standard clauses available to the public, along with a list of experts to be nominated and offer its facilities and infrastructure for the development of hearings and other actions that are requested.