OAR 309-011-0034
Chair and Vice-Chair: Election and Duties


The CAC shall elect by a majority of participating votes, one of its members as chair and one as vice-chair, to serve for a two year term each, with the possibility of re-election for one additional consecutive term.


The chair shall have the powers and duties necessary for the performance of the office. These duties shall include, but not be limited to the following:


Facilitate CAC meetings;


Assign members to panels or committees;


Ensure the content of CAC meetings remain within the boundaries of its scope, purpose and authorities;


Identify meeting agenda items, in collaboration with the OHA representative;


Call special meetings


Sign documents from CAC addressed to the Director’s Designee;


Make membership recommendations, in collaboration with the CAC and OHA representative.


With approval from the OHA Representative, the Chair may represent CAC by responding to requests for information or participation pertaining to CAC.


The vice-chair shall be responsible for the chair’s duties in his or her absence.


Early termination or resignation of the chair or vice-chair’s position shall be filled by a majority vote of those present, to serve a two-year term.

Source: Rule 309-011-0034 — Chair and Vice-Chair: Election and Duties, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=309-011-0034.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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