Resolutions Committee develops the formal resolutions. The resolutions are approved by delegates by electronic voting after the Annual Meeting concludes. Once the resolutions are formalized, AUSA publishes the resolutions and distributes them to all members of Congress, Defense Department leaders and AUSA Chapters. The resolutions shape AUSA’s legislative agenda.
Resolutions - 2013
Resolutions are AUSA’s objectives for the coming year. Members and chapters propose subjects and the Resolutions Committee develops the formal resolution. The resolutions are approved by chapters after the Annual Meeting using an online voting system. Once the resolutions are formalized, AUSA publishes the resolutions and distributes them to all members of Congress, Defense Department leaders and AUSA Chapters. The resolutions shape AUSA’s legislative agenda.
Chapters and individual AUSA members are encouraged to submit proposed resolutions for committee consideration
AUSA + 2nd Session, 111th Congress = Some progress
(Special Report, January 2011)
Briefly describes the major objectives AUSA wanted to achieve in the second session of Congress and what actions were taken for each. In this session, the 111th Congress recognized the demands on Soldiers and their families and worked to restore the readiness of ground forces, which have been strained by extended deployments worldwide, especially in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet challenges remain to meet demands for ground forces and to sustain Soldiers, families and Army civilians as well as to retain hard-earned veteran and retiree benefits. The best efforts of all AUSA members will be required to guarantee funding of initiatives to ensure Soldiers' and their families' quality of life is equal to the services they provide.