Authority to commit AIGA

Filed Under: About AIGA , governance

Consistent with AIGA’s bylaws, the board delegates the authority to commit the institution to financial obligations and contractual obligations. Each year (and at other times, as necessary), the executive committee will designate the individuals who are authorized to commit corporate resources.

Currently, the executive director and chief operating officer are authorized to commit up to $5,000 individually or more jointly (with two signatures). It is expected that commitments by one of these officers is signed by the other.

No contractual agreement signed by any other employee of AIGA (or board member) will be considered a binding commitment of the corporation.