AUSA Board Adopts Bylaws Changes

AUSA Board Adopts Bylaws Changes

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The Board of Directors of the Association of the U.S. Army has voted to adopt revisions in the association’s bylaws.

Proposed by the Standing Bylaws Committee, the revisions include three modest changes.

First, it makes changes related to a new AUSA membership category that will be introduced in October.

Second, it increases the size of the Board of Directors to as many as 19 members, up from the current 15, and limits the board to having 11 to 19 members.

Third, it corrects typos, errors and omissions in the current bylaws.

A vote of the general membership is required to ratify bylaw changes, as spelled out in Article XI of the existing bylaws.

AUSA members may vote online by logging in to the AUSA website and then returning to click here.

A draft of the revised bylaws is available here. Click here to see the existing bylaws.