SIG Governing Board-Executive Committee Motions - FY'02
Motion: Move that the SGB accept the proposal that the SIGs finance the development of the Guide, in exchange for making the Guide free to all and enabling SIG-specific enhancements to the Guide.
That the SGB EC constitute a group to work with HQ and the ACM EC to agree on the details. (11/20/01)
Motion: Move to endorse exception to ACM policy and allow SIGGRAPH to sole source their Web Programming Services. This is a one-time only exception.
Motion: Move to endorse a waiver to current policy and allow a two-year extension to ACM SIGGRAPH's contract with Freeman Decorating. SIGGRAPH leadership is encouraged to exchange this extension for clear benefit to the conference.
Motion: Move to endorse policy modification on the RFP process bringing the threshold to $75,000 for conferences with budgets in excess of $1M.
Motion: Move to endorse a change in policy on the length of contracts for 3 to 5 years for conferences with budgets in excess of $1M.
Motion: The SGB EC approves the budgets of SIGCAPH, SIGDOC, SIGMICRO, SIGSAC and SIGecomm for FY'03. All Chairs for these SIGs will be required to submit an outline by June 1st indicating their plans to bring the SIG out of financial trouble.
Motion: Move that SIGART be converted to a conference SIG as directed by the SIG Operating Rules.
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