executive committee


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executive committee

the ruling body of an organization, such as a TRADE UNION, whose function is to decide and implement courses of action consistent with the policy and philosophy established by the organization's membership.
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Members of the firm's Executive Committee and management are located throughout the firm's regional footprint.
A Special Committee of the Executive Committee of the IHCBA shall inquire into acts or omissions, etc.
The full composition of newly elected/ continuing (*) members of the Executive Committee for the year 2017-18 is as follows:
It will be impossible to approach all members of Executive Committee to get favorable findings/results in high profile corruption cases, told DG ACE.
President Gibson introduced Executive Committee members and guests, and welcomed all to the meeting.
Kaddoumi, who resides in Tunisia, will remain a member of the PLO Executive Committee without attending its meetings in the West Bank.
16) But it would be the Executive Committee, not the Laymen's Movement, that ultimately would receive responsibility for stewardship in the SBC, largely by default.
In late June, he reported to the diocesan executive committee that no agreement had been reached on a separation package and he would not therefore resign, but requested a three-month sabbatical.
Paul Reilly, former chairman of The Print Council, executive committee member.
Petras of ChemRep announced the committee's nominations for open Executive Committee positions in 2006.

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