Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the committee will serve as a resource for the development of policies. The Policy Committee shall consist of at least one member from each core program, one TNI Director and one at-large member. Other at-large members may be added. The Policy Committee will:
- Serve as a resource for the development of policies.
- Review policies from all programs for conformity with respect to style and for consistency with one another and with the overall mission of TNI. The Policy Committee may forward a program policy to the TNI Board or may return the program policy to the originating program for additional work.
- Develop general policies for TNI (e.g., travel reimbursement, purchasing, conflict of interest, etc.).
- Review and evaluate requests for policies received from the membership and others and provide a recommendation to the Board.
Note: After review for organizational impact (e.g., legal, fiscal or credibility issues), the TNI Board will confirm all policies for final adoption and use by the program.
Conference Calls: To Be Determined
Contact the Committee Chair or Program Administrator to request to participate for these calls.
Most of the work of TNI is done by volunteers working on committees tasked with specific functions. If you are interested in actively helping our organization, complete a TNI Committee Application (opens in a separate window). Participation on TNI committees is described in Operations of TNI Committees.
|Patsy Root, Chair|
|Silky Labie, Vice Chair|
|Ilona Taunton, Program Administrator|
The NELAC Institute
Mill Spring, North Carolina
Pace Analytical Services
|Mei Beth Shepherd|
Shepherd Technical Services
Pace Analytical Services, LLC.
Form: Proposal for Developing Guidance (for use by TNI Expert Committees, Executive Committees, Accreditation Councils, and Board of DIrectors only)