IACAC Membership Roster & Member Organization Links

The IACAC membership roster for 2013 is now available on the Membership page of the website!

To protect the privacy of our members, the roster is protected by a password, which will be emailed to all active members by end of day on Friday, May 17th.  We ask that you refrain from sharing this password with anyone outside the organization.

If the password is changed, members will be notified via email.  If you lose or forget the password, please email info@iacac.com for a reminder.

Links to our members' corporate website have also been posted on the Links page.  Please note that only members who included their organization's website on their membership enrollment form have been listed.  If you would like to add your organization's web address, please send the link to info@iacac.com with "Add Website" in the subject line.

One Free Edition of “The Pallet”

Ever wondered what "The Pallet" was all about?  Well, wonder no longer!  Feel free to review this free edition of the IACAC monthly newsletter.  The Pallet, February 2013

Would you like to contribute an article or on-going column to the Pallet?  Please submit your proposal to info@iacac.com for review.

IACAC By-Laws Revision Proposal

Proposed Revision to Article 4, Section 1 of the By- Laws of The IACAC

Please address all comments/questions to info@iacac.com

This change will be voted on in April, 2013

     **Vote postponed; updates will be provided as soon as possible**


The current text reads as follows:

 Article 4. Officers and Duties

Section 1. The officers of this association shall be a president, one or more vice presidents, a secretary, a treasurer, and such officers, as the board of directors shall from time to time deem necessary. The officers shall be elected at the annual business meeting of the association as follows:

The President shall be elected by a majority vote of the membership present at this meeting. All other officers will be elected by the board of directors present at the Board of directors meeting.


The By-Law Committee proposes the following subsection be added by the Board and submitted to the General Membership for a vote and approval.

Article 4, Section 1. , subsection A.1 (01/13)

This subsection provides the instructions for resolving an election tie after an annual election of the President. Prior to establishing whether the tie exists, the Standing Committee (the Committee) must take the following steps:

  1. timestamp all absentee ballots as they are being received by the Committee, both the sent in, i.e., faxed, e-mailed, or texted by courier absentee ballots received by the Committee, and handed in to the Committee absentee ballots;
  2. complete the count of all timely sent, i.e., the absentee ballots received by the Committee by 11:59 p.m. CST of the day before the Annual Business meeting’s date;
  3. complete the count of all absentee ballots handed in to the members of the Committee on the day of the election, held during the Annual Business meeting;
    1. disregard the absentee ballots that have not been timely sent and the absentee ballots that have been handed in to the Committee after the final count of the ballots even when submitted at the Annual Business meeting.

When the annual election of the President results in a tie, the elected Directors must vote to elect the President.  A simple majority (3 to 2) is sufficient to elect the President. If that vote also results in a tie, the elected Directors must toss a coin one time and resolve the tie, finalizing the annual election of the President.

Draft of wording 12.30.2012