Carry out the structural recommendations of the former RUSA Organization and Planning Committee. These recommendations were proposed and passed by the Board between January 2017 and June 2017.
- Craft a new, efficient model for division review and reporting that streamlines the process for all. The model should incorporate goal setting combined with a method for continuous improvement. Committees and Sections should set their own goals taking direction from the RUSA strategic plan and additional RUSA goals conveyed by leadership.
- Update the RUSA Policies and Procedures as necessary; create policies and procedures for new committees.
- Support the newly created groups as they formalize (not sure how to word this)
- Provide support for new committees in carrying out their charges.
The Task Force will accomplish its work during the 2017-2018 year at which time the task force will dissolve.
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