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ARRL policies and practices

Apr 28th, 13:22

k1vsk

Joined: Sep 21st 2010, 17:36
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What if any policies and practices does the League employ to ensure it prospectively seeks constituent input on actions affecting its members?
May 1st, 09:45

WB1GCM

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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The policy is for members to write to their Division Director.
Anytime you have a concern, comment or just want to say, "Thank you for volunteering", just write to them. Each time a proposal comes up, the information about it is posted as news on arrl.org and it is also printed in QST. If you don't want to write, you have an option to use the telephone, as Division Director phone numbers are published in QST. That system has worked since Day One.

Bob Allison
WB1GCM
ARRL Lab
May 1st, 14:15

k1vsk

Joined: Sep 21st 2010, 17:36
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We are all well aware of the current practice. My question was prompted by the assumption that the League might want to become more focused on being prospective by encouraging input. Thank you for correcting me.
May 2nd, 11:13

AI4BJ

Joined: Sep 2nd 2003, 12:14
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I think the word you are thinking of is "proactive", not "prospective".

My division's vice-director attended our local club meeting a couple of months ago and asked us if we had any questions or concerns about league activities. To me, that's a good example of being proactive.

Mark AI4BJ

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