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Bylaws & Policies and Procedures Manual

The RID Bylaws govern the internal management of the association, as well as the board of directors, members and staff. The bylaws contain the most fundamental principles and rules regarding the nature of RID, such as how directors are elected, how meetings of directors are conducted, and so on.

You can either download the Bylaws as a whole document or in separate sections. All files are in PDF file format.

PDF Bylaws Complete Document

 

Article I: Name
Article II: Objective
Article III: Membership
Article IV: Directors
Article V: Committees
Article VI: Meetings of Members
Article VII: Regional Organization
Article VIII: Affiliate Chapters
Article IX: Mail Referendum
Article X: Inspection Rights and Corporate Seal
Article XI: Fiscal Year of the Corporation
Article XII: Fees, Dues and Assessments
Article XIII: Amendment of Bylaws
Article XIV: Non-Discrimination Policy
Article XV: Amendment of the Articles of Incorporation
Article XVI: Dissolution of the Corporation
Article XVII: Parliamentary Authority



RID Policies and Procedures Manual

The purpose of this Policies and Procedures Manual (referred hereinafter as the PPM) is to contain the policies set by the board of directors of the association and to establish procedures for the key elements and operations of the national association, including its affiliates, committees and member sections.  The policies and procedures contained in the manual are general guidelines for the association.  There can always be exceptions to the policies and procedures, except that the provisions of the Bylaws cannot be waived except as noted in the Bylaws. 

Policy is defined as what the association does.  It is policy which defines the arena in which a decision is to be made and serves to guarantee that decisions made are in keeping with the overall goals and objectives of the association.

Procedure is how the association implements policy.  It is the sequence of activity required to carry out a policy statement or move the association toward one of its stated goals.  Procedures are also the rules and regulations that entities within the association abide by in the conduct of business.  They are a consistent guide to follow through any decision-making process.

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