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·     Workgroups are the means by which AEA members collaborate to achieve some outcome.  The purpose of a workgroup is specified by its charter, written by the workgroup members.  A workgroup has a chair and a secretary.

Workgroup working sessions must be held at least once a month and are expected to be virtual.
A valid working session requires a quorum of workgroup members. A quorum is a certain percentage of the workgroup members.Workgroups that do not achieve quorum for two successive working sessions will be disbanded.

Immediately after the workgroup is approved, it must elect a chair and a secretary by simple majority vote of the workgroup members. The chair is responsible for leading/managing working sessions and reporting workgroup progress, in the form of working session minutes, to the AEA staff.

The secretary is responsible for recording working session minutes. The minutes must include participants, decisions made, action items, updated roadmap and planned outcomes and deliverables, and scheduling of the next working session. Minutes must be approved by the workgroup members and will be made available to the entire AEA membership by the AEA staff.

Working sessions must be scheduled and announced at least 2 weeks in advance, and an agenda for the working session must be distributed at least one week in advance. 
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