The Executive Board. Section 1. The executive board of this Federation shall consist of the following:
The Executive Board. The Executive Board (also properly called Secretariat General) shall be headed by a Secretary-General (also properly called Executive President) and such staff as may be required. He or she shall be the chief administrative officer of the Institution / Organization. The Secretary-General may appoint a deputy to act as his personal representative. Specifically, the scope of action of the Secretary-General includes: ▪ Relations with Euclid University Consortium member institutions ▪ Relations with ministries of Education of Participating Parties ▪ Relations with ministries of Foreign Affairs of Participating Parties ▪ Relations with other Inter-Governmental Organizations (IGOs) ▪ Relations with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) ▪ General Administration ▪ Financial reporting. The Secretary-General may bring to the attention of the Governing Board or Oversight Council any matter relevant to the mission of the Institution / Organization. The first Secretary-General shall be Xx. Xxxx Xxxxx Xxx, current Executive President / Secretary-General of the Euclid University Consortium and IOSD. The Secretary-General is appointed for a term of six years, renewable by consent of the Oversight Council. The Deputy Secretary-General (Vice President) is appointed by the Secretary-General for a term of four years, renewable by consent of the Oversight Council. The Governing Board may request the removal of the Secretary-General or any members of the Executive Board and shall present such request to the Oversight Council for implementation. In case of vacancy, the Oversight Council will propose one or more candidates to the Governing Board for approval at a two-thirds majority vote. If the Governing Board fails to confirm the candidate, the Oversight Council shall propose another candidate for approval. If five candidates are successively rejected by the Governing Board, the Oversight Council shall proceed with the appointment without having obtained the necessary vote from the Governing Board.
The Executive Board. The Executive Board (also properly called Secretariat General) shall be headed by a Secretary-General (also properly called Executive President) and such staff as may be required. He or she shall be the chief administrative officer of the Organization. The Secretary-General may appoint a deputy to act as his personal representative. Specifically, the scope of action of the Secretary-General includes: ▪ Relations with Euclid (University) Consortium member institutions ▪ Relations with ministries of Education of Participating Parties ▪ Relations with ministries of Foreign Affairs of Participating Parties ▪ Relations with other Inter-Governmental Organizations (IGOs) ▪ Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) ▪ General Administration ▪ Financial reporting. The Secretary-General may bring to the attention of the Governing Board or Oversight Council any matter relevant to the mission of the Organization.
The Executive Board. The Executive Board (EB) is responsible for the following tasks: - the overall management of the network’s research and training programme; - the follow-up of the recruitment; - the organisation of network wide training events and workshops, with the help of two external experts will provide feedback and advice on the quality and organisation of the training activities; - the follow-up the research carried out in the projects of the network through contacts with the Research Project Contact Persons; - to ensure frequent contact and exchange of results between the partners within a project and, more in general, in the network; - if required, to intervene to try and solve disputes amicably. The Coordinator of the MC-PAD network chairs the EB. The other members of the EB are appointed by the Supervisory Board for a period of one year (renewable): the deputy network co-ordinator, a co-ordinator for the training program, a co- ordinator for selection matters, and deputies for the latter two. The EB will meet at least twice a year. All members have voting rights. The EB may validly meet if ½ of its members are present or represented. Decisions shall be taken upon a majority of 2/3 of the votes of the EB members is reached. The Chairperson will convene the meetings, prepare the agenda and circulate the minutes. Meetings can be performed also via telecommunication systems and electronic vote is accepted.
The Executive Board. The Executive Board is the managerial organ and it is composed of six members, three of them chosen by the Department of Economic, Institutions and Territory of the University of Ferrara and three of them chosen by the Coordination Centre of Forlì Campus of Xxxx Mater Studiorum University of Bologna. The Executive Board members might be chosen also outside the academic arena. The Executive Board members are in charge for three years. Their membership cannot be renewed for more that one time. The Executive Board elects the Director of the Centre and the Joint Director among its members. The Director has to be chosen among the academics of the University of Xxxxxxx, except in case of impossibility for the University of Xxxxxxx academics to be in charge. The Executive Board:
The Executive Board. 2.1. The Executive Board is responsible for preparing an annual business plan on behalf of the Partnership and for ensuring that its priorities are taken forward.
The Executive Board. 7.1. UITP is managed by the Executive Board, which implements the decisions of the General Assembly. The Executive Board is competent for all decisions relating to UITP and which are not the exclusive competence of the General Assembly or the Policy Board.
The Executive Board. Subject to oversight of the Regents and to those particular matters for which approval authority is vested in the Regents, an Executive Board (‘Board’) for the Data System will determine policy for the Data System. Its functions will include establishing and appointing members to the Research Advisory Board, Data Advisory Board, and other governance or advisory committees that it may determine appropriate; establishing data transfer and release protocols and determining data linkages, consistent with applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding the privacy of student records and the protection of human research subjects; determining the research agenda, consistent with the State’s P-16 priorities, strategies, and recommendations by the Regents and Research Advisory Board; developing guidelines for the evaluation of data requests, and developing a review policy that permits partners to comment on any research involving them; approve the hiring the Chief Data Director; and (with the Regents) overseeing the establishment of data definitions and business rules and the evaluation of data requests to the system. The Executive Board will make recommendations and provide information to the Regents regarding organizational design and funding for the system and data linkage issues to be determined by the Board; make recommendations to the Commissioner of Education concerning evaluation of the Chief Data Director; and provide information and advice to the Regents and State Education Department on management of the data system. The Executive Board initially will be composed of the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor of the Regents, the State Commissioner of Education [who shall chair the Board], the Chancellor of the State University of New York, the Chancellor of the City University of New York, the Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education; the Superintendent of the Syracuse City School District, and the Superintendent of the Yonkers Public Schools. The Executive Board will adopt a voting process for its decision-making functions, with each member of the Board having an equal vote, and with no veto power lodged in any member or signatory to this MOU. The Board will be responsible for creation and adoption of by-laws to govern its functioning.
The Executive Board. 11.1. In accordance with Article 109a(2)(a) of this Treaty, the Executive Board shall comprise the President, the Vice-President and four other members. The members shall perform their duties on a full-time basis. No member shall engage in any occupation, whether gainful or not, unless exemption is exceptionally granted by the Governing Council.