By the nature of governmental tripartite authority, independence, impartiality-objectivity and proficiency are integral to our work. Periodical discussion and meetings are carryout to assure that resources are designated as the Board of Directors establishes and that policies remain the mainstay of our work. These also includes policies and procedures to assure accreditation and recognition in adherence to boundaries of a public-trust.
Accreditation - Recognition Work
In following internationally recognized and generally accepted (IRGA) benchmarks, the Board of Directors is the designee, in collaboration with international Delegates, to ensure that decisions are attune to the Charter in granting, maintaining, extending, reducing, suspending and withdrawal of accreditation and recognition. The basis for decision resides with recommendation-reports from designated members that records and work is attune to the Charter. In this way, the decision making for accreditation and recognition includes the necessary independence, proficiency and international inclusion to assure objectivity - impartiality in decisions.
In this way the basis of public-trust accreditation and recognition remains in compliance to legal governmental tripartite requirements that provides the flexibility to continuously act consistent with the legally binding Charter as bylaws set-forth.