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Important documents relating to HacDC corporate or non-profit status, and HacDC policies and procedures.
 
Important documents relating to HacDC corporate or non-profit status, and HacDC policies and procedures.
  
:"Articles of Incorporation- HacDC's initial filing for becoming a 501(c)(3).
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: '''Form 1023 Draft'''    -working doc from our initial filing
:Bylaws - the core rules, basically defining everything, meant to change little over time
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: '''Articles of Incorporation'''  -HacDC's initial filing for becoming a 501(c)(3).
:Standing Rules - the details, meant to be modified as needed
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: '''Bylaws''' - the core rules, basically defining everything, meant to change little over time
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: '''Standing Rules''' - the details, meant to be modified as needed
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: '''Policies'''  - rules or expectations of those working with HacDC (if the policy is adopted)
  
 
Confusion between what should be a by-law and what should be a standing rule is common in many organizations.  We'll try not to worry about it too much.
 
Confusion between what should be a by-law and what should be a standing rule is common in many organizations.  We'll try not to worry about it too much.
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As of May 2013, only the Resource Use Policy seems to be official.  TODO
  
  
 
[[Category:HacDC_Info]]
 
[[Category:HacDC_Info]]

Revision as of 13:05, 4 May 2013

Important documents relating to HacDC corporate or non-profit status, and HacDC policies and procedures.

Form 1023 Draft -working doc from our initial filing
Articles of Incorporation -HacDC's initial filing for becoming a 501(c)(3).
Bylaws - the core rules, basically defining everything, meant to change little over time
Standing Rules - the details, meant to be modified as needed
Policies - rules or expectations of those working with HacDC (if the policy is adopted)

Confusion between what should be a by-law and what should be a standing rule is common in many organizations. We'll try not to worry about it too much.

As of May 2013, only the Resource Use Policy seems to be official. TODO