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Members attending the meeting who have '''[[Voting Privileges]]''' count towards quorum and may vote.
 
Members attending the meeting who have '''[[Voting Privileges]]''' count towards quorum and may vote.
  
The secretariat (RSNA) maintains '''[[Committees|rosters for each committee]]''' indicating which members currently have voting privileges.  Members who believe their attendance record is in error should contact the secretariat, preferably before the meeting.  
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RSNA Staff maintains '''[[Committees|rosters for each committee]]''' indicating which members currently have voting privileges.  Members who believe their attendance record is in error should contact the secretariat, preferably before the meeting.  
  
 
The resulting tally should be included in the '''minutes''' of the meeting of the committee making the decision.
 
The resulting tally should be included in the '''minutes''' of the meeting of the committee making the decision.
  
 
'''Negative votes''' and large numbers of abstentions are generally resolved by a '''[[Consensus Process]]'''.
 
'''Negative votes''' and large numbers of abstentions are generally resolved by a '''[[Consensus Process]]'''.

Latest revision as of 16:57, 9 July 2019


Defunct Page: see Committee Procedures


Some decisions within QIBA are made by formal voting in Committee (as opposed to an email ballot).

Members attending the meeting who have Voting Privileges count towards quorum and may vote.

RSNA Staff maintains rosters for each committee indicating which members currently have voting privileges. Members who believe their attendance record is in error should contact the secretariat, preferably before the meeting.

The resulting tally should be included in the minutes of the meeting of the committee making the decision.

Negative votes and large numbers of abstentions are generally resolved by a Consensus Process.