Board Actions Taken at CLEAR's Annual Meeting

On October 9, 1996, at its annual meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, CLEAR's Board of Directors took the following actions:

Accepted the report of the Executive Committee

Accepted the minutes of the Board of Directors:

Accepted the report of the Finance Committee including the following:

Accepted the report of the Nominations and Elections Committee

Accepted the report of the Education and Training Committee including its four subcommittees-- National Certified Investigator/Inspector Training (NCIT), Training and Development, Publications, and ad hoc Regulatory Issues:

Accepted the report of the Information Systems Advisory Committee and approved expansion of CLEAR's Internet resources and connectivity

Accepted the report of the Membership Committee, which appointed a subcommittee to develop a membership, marketing, recruitment and retention strategy

Accepted the report of the Site Selection Committee with the following amendments:

Accepted the report of the Program Committee

Accepted the report of the ad hoc Bylaws Committee, which agreed to review the first general election process during the 1997 midyear meeting

Accepted the report of the Examination Resources and Advisory Committee, which will establish a trial Internet testing forum

Accepted the report of the ad hoc International Issues Committee

Accepted the report of the Central Agency Administrators Special Interest Group, which will establish an Internet information exchange

Accepted the report of the Health Care Issues Special Interest Group

Elected James R. Moore, Texas State Board of Pharmacy, as 1996-97 President-Elect

Commended Donna H. Mooney for her service on the Board of Directors