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Board Issue Criteria

PJVA Board - Criteria for Selecting Issues for Action

The PJVA Board is often called on to address issues. With its limited resources, the Board needs criteria to evaluate and prioritise issues for action. The Board will consider these criteria prior to dedicating resources (i.e. members, Board Members, or a Task Force) to addressing an issue. Issues to be dealt with must:
  • Be within control of the Board; and
  • Fit PJVA's mission and objectives.
Issues will be given high priority (with urgency being a tie-breaker) when:
  • They affect a large number of PJVA members; and
  • They have broad impact on industry.
In dealing with an issue, the PJVA will aim to set out principles and concepts that can be applied generally rather than dealing with the specifics of the particular issue.