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This is a documented agreement between PMI® (Global) and the PMINL that formally recognizes and charters PMINL as an independent, affiliated organization and outlines the responsibilities of the Chapter and PMI® to one another.
The PMINL Bylaws embodies the general provisions relating to the management and operation of PMINL. The policy and procedure documents have been developed to expand on the bylaws and provide details around how the bylaws will be implemented. The policy and procedure documents shall not conflict with the bylaws.
PMINL Policies and Procedures – Nominations and Election
The PMINL Policies and Procedures – Nominations and Election Election contains policies and procedures related to nominations and elections for officers and directors for the Board of Directors of the PMINL. This document adds clarity to the bylaws by providing details around how the nominations and elections will be organized and executed. The policy and procedure documents shall not conflict with the bylaws.
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PMINL Policies and Procedures – Roles and Responsibilities
This Role and Responsibilities Guidelines was created to provide a single source for anyone who requires an in-depth look at what is required to fill a seat on the Board of Directors of Project Management Institute Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter (PMINL).
The information contained within this document can be used when posting for a vacant board position in a upcoming Annual General Election, when looking for candidates to fill a mid-term vacancy, or when receiving general inquiries from interested parties around the qualifications and/or responsibilities for various positions.
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PMINL Policies and Procedures – Finance
The PMINL Policies and Procedures – Finance document contains policies and procedures related to Chapter spending - steps for getting expenses approved and expenditures processed.