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1.1 Board of Directors - Position Descriptions
2.2 Policy and Procedures on Conflicts of Interest
2.3 ASSP Diversity Policy
2.4 ASSP Volunteer Social Media Policy
3.1 Travel Expenses
4.1 Advisory Group Operating Procedures
5.1 Board Meetings
5.2 Appointment Procedures for Board Committees and Task Forces
5.3 E-mail Motions
6.1 Board Business Travel Guidelines
6.2 Operating Procedures
6.3 Operating Funds
6.4 Investment Policy
6.5 Development Fund Process
6.6 Risk Management Advisory Committee Operating Procedures
6.7 Nomination and Election of Society Officers
6.8 Criteria for Candidates for Society Office
6.9 Accountability for Elected Officers
6.10 Campaigning for ASSP Office
6.11 Professional Conduct Committee Operating Procedures
6.12 Code of Professional Conduct
8.1 Council on Region Affairs Operating Procedures
8.2 Region Operating Procedures
8.3 Region Assessments
8.4 Chapter Dues
8.5 Maintenance of Chapter Charter
9.1 Council on Professional Development Operating Procedures
9.2 PDC Planning Committee Operating Procedures
9.3 Technical Publications Advisory Committee Operating Procedures
9.4 Editorial Review Board Operating Procedures
9.5 Continuing Education Units
10.1 Council on Professional Affairs Operating Procedures
10.2 Technical and Professional Recognition Committee Operating Procedures
10.3 Government Affairs Committee Operating Procedures
10.4 Risk Assessment Committee Operating Procedures
11.1 Council on Practices and Standards
11.2 Practice Specialty and Common Interest Group Operating Procedures
11.3 Practice Specialty and Common Interest Group Formation and Dissolution
12.1 Council on Academic Affairs and Research
12.2 Educational Standards Committee Operating Procedures
12.3 Research Committee