governing board


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Noun1.governing board - a board that manages the affairs of an institution
board - a committee having supervisory powers; "the board has seven members"
board of regents - a committee of university officers who have general supervision over the welfare and conduct of students
board of trustees - a governing board elected or appointed to direct the policies of an educational institution
regent, trustee - members of a governing board
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This applies regardless of nexus in the member states, and, with new states entering the governing board, maintenance of a "streamlined" registration and compliance could be a major change for businesses now remitting in only one or a few states.
The committee will function on two levels: subcommittees that have an open-ended membership organized in specific categories and the committee itself that will be responsible for drafting a mission statement, selecting an assessment tool to measure current school climate, review policies and enforcement procedures, and advise the governing board on programs or training to appreciate the district's diversity and deal with harassment on any level.
93-19 would require that those physicians constitute no more than 20 percent of the integrated system's governing board.
The SGIP is managed and guided by a Governing Board that approves and prioritizes work programs and arranges for the resources necessary to carry out finalized priority action plans.
According to the constitution of PCB, the new governing board, which will remain in charge till August 2020, will appoint the next chief through elections.
Middle Tennessee State Universitys governing board is one of six to be appointed by the governor, a result of the governors FOCUS Act passed by the General Assembly earlier this year.
A screening committee of the Board of Governors has been appointed to review the applications for the public member position, conduct final interviews, and make recommendations to the Bar's governing board during its March meeting in St.
Alternate governing board member, Thomas Wiedmer, is to quit at the end of June.
At the same meeting, the Governing Board also elected Migl?
Let it be known that the last session of PCB governing board under former chairman Shahryar Khan was held on July 28 where four regions and four departments were selected for the selection of eight new members of governing board.
In some states, governing boards are elected by the citizens; governance can also involve a multicampus or system governing board structure (Kezar 2006).
Since 1987, two public members have served on the Bar's 52-member governing board, after the Supreme Court of Florida approved the organization's request to have non-lawyer representation on the board.