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Since its establishment, the MSRC has adopted policies governing numerous aspects of the MSRC's operations, including:
- MSRC and TAC Membership/Responsibilities
The MSRC has enacted policies relating to the election of officers, designation of alternate representatives, representation of multiple agencies, and other aspects of membership.
- MSRC Meetings
Meetings for the MSRC and the TAC are held at least bi-monthly and are open to the public. Rules and Procedures are at the discretion of the Chairperson and are consistent with both state and federal laws.
- The Work Program Process
Each year, typically during the fall, the MSRC develops categories and funding targets for the next year’s work program based upon its evaluation of past work programs, recommendations from the TAC, as well as public input and discussion.
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