The key to our growth and stability is both the input and participation of our membership and the leadership of our volunteer Board of Directors.
Board of Directors
Responsible for determining NiUG's mission and setting policies for operation, for establishing its general course from year to year, fiscal policy and boundaries including budgets and financial controls, providing adequate resources for the activities of the organization, selecting, evaluating, appointing, and, if necessary, terminating the association management company, developing and maintaining a communication link to the community by acting as an advocate on behalf of the organization, and ensuring that the organization's mission, goals and bylaws are being adhered to.
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Product Advisory Committee
This committee acts as the liaison between NiUG membership and Advanced Solutions International (ASI) and compiles, reviews and disseminates iMIS product issues, enhancement requests and bug fixes for possible inclusion in future releases. For detailed information about the Product Advisory Committee's mission, responsibilities, and required qualifications, click here.
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This committee is charged with choosing appropriate class and breakout session topics for NiUG conferences or any educational events in the US where more than 100 attendees are expected. They are expected to recommend the class and breakout session topics, develop agenda descriptions and assist with the selection of qualified instructors to present the materials. In addition, they may be called upon to assist with the planning and development of other areas of activity within other NiUG professional development events if assistance is required. For detailed information about the Program Committee's mission, responsibilities, and required qualifications, click here.
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