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Board of Directors
The Board of Directors shall include the following members:
"President", presides the General Assembly & Board of Directors meetings; he/she is proposed by National Cancer Networks.
"Vice-President", chairs all meetings in absence of President; Vice-President is also President-Elect and is proposed by National Cancer Networks.
"Former President", to the extent applicable.
"Executive Secretary", proposed by Industrial Members.
Two or more "Elected Members" - one of whom serves as Treasurer; they are proposed by the Cancer Centre Members.
One or more "Co-opted Member", with no voting rights. Co-opted Members are designated upon recommendation of the Board of Directors. Co-opted Members do not need to be representatives from Member institutions.
Composition at April 1
The Members of the Board of Directors shall be appointed and dismissed by the simple majority of the DIGICORE General Assembly.
Whenever necessary, the Board of Directors shall submit to the General Assembly a proposal for appointment of a new member(s).
Each member of the Board of Directors shall have a three-year renewable mandate.
The composition of the DIGICORE Board of Directors shall be the outcome of a transparent and open procedure which shall also take into account a geographical balance.
Only an active representative of a Member of the Grouping shall be appointed as a member of the Board of Directors. This provision shall not apply to Co-opted Members.
Each member of the Board of Directors shall be entitled to one vote. Co-opted Members shall have no right to vote.
The Grouping shall be represented by its President for any judicial and extra-judicial acts. All written documents which bind the Grouping shall be signed by the President or by persons holding specific powers granted by the General Assembly or by the Board of Directors. The President can delegate the Executive Secretary to sign official documents.
The President and the Executive Secretary, in collaboration with the General Manager, shall implement all the decisions of the Board of Directors. They shall inter alia:
carry out all formalities for the constitution or modification of the Grouping before national or European authorities
fill out incorporation documents
carry out all formalities for the publication and registration of the Grouping in the appropriate Registers.