Board of Directors - Task Forces

Board Personnel Committee

The W3C Board Personnel Committee provides guidance, oversight, and support to W3C management as it develops and implements personnel employment, performance management, and compensation systems.

Learn more in its charter.

Board Governance Committee

The W3C Board Governance Committee:

  • Ensures that the governance structures and processes for the Consortium (including the Board) are appropriate and documented.;
  • Reviews and recommends changes to governing documents (including Bylaws) as needed, and oversees implementation of such changes;
  • Reviews any agreements, contracts, etc. that come to the Board for approval, and makes recommendations;
  • Makes recommendations for Director appointments;
  • Helps ensure that there are enough candidates to fill the vacant seats for Board election;
  • Recommend a policy for inviting non-Directors to Board committees;
  • Oversees the governance of the W3C as a global collaboration between Members, Partners, and other contributors.

Learn more in its charter.

Board Finance Committee

The W3C Board Finance Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities to hold the Consortium to account regarding:

  • On-going financial viability;
  • Financial budgets and the availability of all analysis relevant to Consortium finances;
  • Internal controls and financial/accounting processes;
  • Accuracy and timeliness of financial statements.

Learn more in its charter.

Board Directors

W3C Board Directors. This group only includes the Directors (i.e. without the Officers or support staff).

Board Officers

W3C Board Officers. This group only includes the Officers, including the President, Treasurer, and Secretary of the Board.

Board Audit Committee

In accordance with the W3C, Inc. Bylaws, the Audit Committee shall:

  1. recommend to the full Board of Directors for approval the retention and, when appropriate, the termination of an independent certified public accountant to serve as auditor,
  2. subject to the supervision of the full Board, negotiate the compensation of the auditor on behalf of the Board,
  3. confer with the auditor to satisfy the Audit Committee members that the financial affairs of this corporation are in order,
  4. review and determine whether to accept the audit, and (5) approve performance of any non-audit services provided to this corporation by the auditor's firm.

Board Development Committee

The Board Development Committee enables the Board of Directors to properly discharge its duties, by assuring that its composition is appropriate, that Directors are properly informed, trained, and engaged, and that there is a sufficient, diverse, skilled set of candidates for the Consortium Member Director positions.

Learn more in its charter.