Here is the summary:
1. Determining the number of artistically and academically significant, privately-owned objects in the United States that are currently excluded from acquisition by US museums.
2. Developing different models for a registry that can be applied to privately-owned objects.
3. Exploring ways to harmonize US laws and regulations that apply to transfer and ownership of antiquities.
4. Exploring the effect of source country policies on damage to archaeological sites and objects.
The website gives a list of directors for CPRI:
President: Arthur A. Houghton
Vice-President: Kate Fitz Gibbon
Legal Officer: Peter K. Tompa
Secretary: Anne Metcalf
Member, Board of Directors: William Pearlstein