Alexandria's Year of Business
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Finance & Administration Committee
The Finance and Administration Committee is responsible for helping the board fulfill its fiscal and oversight responsibilities including:
• Review and recommend approval of the annual financial budget prepared by the staff. The approved operating budget formally confers spending authority for operating costs to management, subject to the policies and procedures adopted by the board. The Committee may provide guidance on modifications to the budget for new projects that happen to occur during the year based on any particular methodology (e.g., provided that the necessary spending is particularly funded or provided that the overall budget is balanced or within particular parameters).
• Ensure that all financial reports (including the annual Form 990) are timely prepared by staff. Monthly, members of the Committee will receive and review financial statements consisting of the then current: 1) balance sheet, 2) income statement, 3) cash flow statement; and 4) other key reports that the Committee deems relevant from time-to-time. These financial statements will be accompanied by a narrative from management highlighting any financial issues and, where necessary, management actions taken. The committee will meet at least quarterly to discuss the financial statements.
• Maintenance and Policy Recommendations. Annually, the Committee will review any specific board policies regarding financial management and will make recommendations to the board of directors if necessary. These policies are with regard to the level and terms of indebtedness, cash management, investment policy, risk management, financial monitoring and reporting, employee benefit plans, signatory authority for expenditures and other policies such as conflict of interest and related party transactions, for inclusion in a Board Policy Manual that the committee determines to be advisable for appropriate financial management. The Committee will continually review and advise management regarding the form, content and frequency of all published financial information on the organization.
Contact: John T. Long, President & CEO firstname.lastname@example.org. Executive Offices Direct: (703) 739-3808.