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Title 7Subtitle BChapter ISubchapter CPart 63Subpart A → §63.110


Title 7: Agriculture
PART 63—NATIONAL SHEEP INDUSTRY IMPROVEMENT CENTER
Subpart A—General Provisions


§63.110   Powers and duties of the Board.

The management of the NSIIC shall be vested in the Board of Directors. The Board shall have the following powers and duties:

(a) Be responsible for the general supervision of the NSIIC;

(b) Review any grant or contract agreement to be made or entered into by the NSIIC and any financial assistance provided to the NSIIC;

(c) Make the final decision, by majority vote, on whether or not to provide grants to an eligible entity in accordance with the strategic plan;

(d) Develop and establish a budget plan and long-term operating plan to carry out the goals of the NSIIC;

(e) Adopt, and amend as appropriate, bylaws as necessary for the proper management and functioning of the NSIIC;

(f) Provide a system of organization to fix responsibility and promote efficiency in carrying out the functions of the NSIIC;

(g) Appoint and establish compensation for an executive director, who will serve at the pleasure of the Board, to be the chief executive officer of the NSIIC;

(h) Appoint other officers, attorneys, employees, and agents as necessary and set forth their respective duties and powers;

(i) Delegate, by resolution, to the chairperson, the executive director, or any other officer or employee any function, power, or duty of the Board—other than voting on a grant, contract, agreement, budget, or annual strategic plan; and

(j) Consult with the following entities to carry out this part:

(1) State departments of agriculture;

(2) Federal departments and agencies;

(3) Nonprofit development corporations;

(4) Colleges and universities;

(5) Banking and other credit-related agencies;

(6) Agriculture and agribusiness organizations, and

(7) Regional planning and development organizations.

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