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== PCUG Main Committee ==
 
== PCUG Main Committee ==
'''An overview of roles may be viewed in the Rules [http://www.pcug.org.au/wp/a-bit-about-us/rules]'''
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'''An overview of roles may be viewed in Part III of the group's [http://www.pcug.org.au/wp/a-bit-about-us/rules Rules]''' (on main Wordpress site).
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These define the '''four''' executive (office-bearer) positions, plus up to 10 general committee members, ie:
 
*President
 
*President
 
*Vice President
 
*Vice President
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== Sub-committees ==
 
== Sub-committees ==
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*Internet Sub-Services Committee - responsible for policy relating to TIP Internet Services
*Website Sub-Committee
 
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*PCUG Centre Sub-Committee - responsible for policy relating to PCUG Centre operations
*Internet Sub-Services Committee
 
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*Website Sub-Committee - responsible for policy relating to design and structure of the group's websites (esp. Worpress and Info Wiki)
*PCUG Centre Sub-Committee
 
   
 
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Revision as of 22:16, 31 August 2012

PCUG Main Committee

An overview of roles may be viewed in Part III of the group's Rules (on main Wordpress site).

These define the four executive (office-bearer) positions, plus up to 10 general committee members, ie:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • General Committee

Sub-committees

  • Internet Sub-Services Committee - responsible for policy relating to TIP Internet Services
  • PCUG Centre Sub-Committee - responsible for policy relating to PCUG Centre operations
  • Website Sub-Committee - responsible for policy relating to design and structure of the group's websites (esp. Worpress and Info Wiki)