ACS has kicked off the in-person consultations for its Constitutional Reforms, with the first sessions being run this week.
The sessions, being run initially through video chat, include an overview of the reforms being considered, followed by focus group discussions where members will have an opportunity to discuss and provide input on proposed changes.
“We’re looking at ways we can make ACS more adaptable, while still retaining healthy member oversight,” ACS President Ian Oppermann said about the reform process.
“This is a long-term project, and one that will decide on the shape of ACS management for the future. We’re going to take our time and get this right.”
In addition to the workshops, the ACS is continuing to take written submissions, which can be sent in here.
It has also opened online forums where members can discuss and provide comment on the future constitution. These forums can be found here.
Further information, including updates as the consultation progresses, can be found at ACS’ Constitution Reform website: crwg.acs.org.au.
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