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Task Forces

  

Rather than using a system of standing board committees, the Commission work is accomplished by task forces that are created and formally charged with handling specific work in each Strategic Plan. With the concurrence of the assigned Commissioners, each task force may engage non-commission members whose expertise is needed. When a Task Force has fulfilled the charge for which it was created, it makes a final report to the commission and requests that it be disbanded.

Notes from task force work sessions can be found under Reports on this site.

Board Development Task Force

  • monitors the strength of core skills on the board,
  • develops and conducts orientation of commissioners,
  • ensures continuing education of members,
  • develops the annual retreat structure and content,
  • monitors and responds to board needs.
      

Executive Committee

  • reviews and makes recommendations on legal, policy and management issues to staff and the full commission.
  • acts on behalf of MCCS on issues that arise between meetings or outside the scope of existing task forces.
  • under the leadership of the Vice-Chair, coordinates all orientation and on-going training for MCCS commissioners.
  • accomplish objectives in the strategic plan related to Board development.
  • oversees implementation of strategic plan
  • develops board meeting agendas and coordinates the work of all task forces.
       

Excellence and Expertise

facilitates development and coordination of

  • accessible, consistent training and technical assistance related to program operations;
  • sustained availability of appropriate technology that supports high quality service delivery in communities;
  • a comprehensive (novice to expert) system of professional development for volunteer administrators and program managers.
          

Grant Selection and Performance Task Force

  • develops policies, procedures and guidelines to link MCCS mission, vision and priorities, as articulated in the strategic plan, to grant-making functions.
  • evaluates grantee performance and incorporates findings into recommendations regarding technical assistanceand future grant funding.
  • is responsible for the appointment of a peer review committee to evaluate and rank proposals.
  • makes final recommendations to the Commission on approving and submitting formula and competitive grant programs to the Corporation for National and Community Service.
  • accomplishes relevant objectives in the strategic plan. 
         

Public Policy

  • monitor government actions or plans that could impact volunteer/community/national service,
  • make recommendations to the full commission on any response or comment that is deemed appropriate, and
  • keep the board aprised of national, ASC, and state legislative developments.
         

Public Information and Education Task Force

  • is responsible for helping the Commission communicate with the public 
  • accomplishes relevant objectives in the strategic plan.