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EGPA is the representative organization of European professionals involved in the field of public administration at large, as practitioners, researchers, trainers or teachers.
EGPA is a regional group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS), in accordance with Article 34f of IIAS Statutes.
The objectives of EGPA are the following:
The General Assembly includes all EGPA members and is the governing body that confirms the appointment of members proposed for the Steering Committee, EGPA policies, the budget, and the membership fee required to cover budgetary expenditure. It likewise approves the programme of activities as proposed by the Steering Committee.
The General Assembly shall meet on the occasion of the Annual Conference. Members who attend shall do so at their own expense.
The Steering Committee is comprised of a President and nine other members. The Director General of IIAS is an ex-officio member of the Steering Committee. The members of the Steering Committee are proposed by the Steering Committee and confirmed by the General Assembly for a three-year term, renewable only once. No institutional member shall have more than one of its members on the Committee at any given time.
The Steering Committee shall, notably:
The President is appointed by the Steering Committee amongst its members for a three-year term, which may be renewed. He shall serve from the close of the Conference of his appointment until the close of the Conference three years later.
The President must have been member of the Steering Committee for at least one year prior to his appointment
The President will be assisted by an Executive Secretary chosen in accordance with the Director General of IIAS
When voting in the General Assembly, each individual member shall have one vote, institutional members will have no more than two votes, to be cast by their duly appointed representatives.
In the event of a tie, the President shall have an additional casting vote.
Members with outstanding membership fees at the date of the meeting are not entitled to vote.
These regulations are effective upon adoption by the General Assembly and upon the approval of the Council of Administration of the Institute.
Once adopted they may be amended by two-third vote of members present at a duly called General Assembly provided that the amendments have been circulated to all members at least 30 days before the meeting, giving them an opportunity to react.
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