DCMI Governing Board

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Handbook: Table of Contents
Governing Board committees: Membership & FinanceNominations & Bylaws
Technical Board committees: UsageStandards & LiaisonsCommunity SpecificationsInfrastructure Advisory Committee (IAC)
Advisory Board committees: Conferences & MeetingsEducation & Outreach
Management: ExecutiveDirectorate


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Board Charge

The Governing Board manages the affairs of DCMI and performs the duties usually performed by the board of directors of a corporation. These duties include providing direction for the general management of the Initiative, oversight of the DCMI Directorate, stewardship of DCMI's finances, approval of DCMI bylaws, and a broad remit to shape the strategic direction of DCMI and formulate DCMI policies in consultation with the Advisory and Technical Boards. The Governing Board also contributes to the promotion of the Initiative through liaisons with the public and private sectors. In addition to chairing the Governing Board, the Chair serves as chair of the Executive Committee and presides over the DCMI.

Committees


Membership

  • Flávia Bastos, Universidade Estadual Paulista—Unesp
  • Michael Crandall, Chair, University of Washington, USA [I]
  • Eric Childress, OCLC Membership & Research, USA [I]
  • Judy Ng, National Library Board Singapore, Singpapore
  • Ulla Ikäheimo, National Library of Finland, FInland
  • Wei (Keven) Liu, Shanghai Library, China
  • Dickson Lukose, MIMOS Berhad, Malaysia
  • Kyong Eun On, Simmons College GSLIS, USA
  • Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
  • Shigeo Sugimoto, University of Tsukuba, Japan [I]
  • Joseph T. Tennis, University of Washington, USA
  • Paul Walk, EDINA, UK [I]

[I] = Independent Member

Officers (2015-2016)

  • Joseph T. Tennis Chair, Governing Board & Executive Committee
  • Paul Walk Chair-Elect, Governing Board
  • Eric Childress, Immediate Past Chair, Governing Board


For full information on Board Members and their Affiliations, visit the Board homepage on the [dublincore.org DCMI] website.

Membership Criteria
The Governing Board has two categories of members:
  1. Representatives of Regional and Institutional Members of DCMI serving as a privilege and responsibility of membership, and
  2. Independent Members invited to serve.
The Governing Board nominates and approves candidates for Independent Members.

Scope, Work & Reporting

  • The Governing Board manages the affairs of DCMI and performs the duties usually performed by the board of directors of a corporation. These duties include providing direction for the general management of the Initiative, oversight of the DCMI Directorate, stewardship of DCMI's finances, approval of DCMI bylaws, and a broad remit to shape the strategic direction of DCMI and formulate DCMI policies in consultation with the Advisory and Technical Boards. The Governing Board also contributes to the promotion of the Initiative through liaisons with the public and private sectors.
  • Reporting: The Managing Director -- on behalf of the Governing Board -- reports quarterly to ASIS&T on DCMI finances and key program activities

Communications


Board Actions


Key DCMI Handbook Pages


Board Resources


Scratchpad (Board members only)



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