IFTF’s IFComp Committee oversees the operation of the Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (“the Competition”). Its membership at any given time includes the Competition’s current organizers as well as its official advisors. As a group, they have the power to set the Competition’s year-by-year direction and definition.
The Committee shall be granted all powers granted to the Board of Directors relevant to these operations except:
The Committee shall be restricted to only those activities that are consistent with IFTF’s tax exempt status.
The Committee shall support the following specific tasks:
The IFTF Board of Directors may add or remove tasks from time to time.
The Committee shall consist of at least one and at most nineteen members. The Board of Directors shall always have at least one representative on the committee. The Committee shall ensure adequate membership to carry out the tasks specified in the section titled “Responsibilities”.
Members shall serve for 1 year terms. There shall be no limit to the number of terms any member may serve.
One person shall be appointed the IFComp Committee Chair and will coordinate the activities of the other members. The Chair will be responsible for reporting activities to the Board of Directors. Furthermore, the Chair will serve as the nominal organizer of the Competition, acting as its principal public face.
The initial membership of the Committee shall be appointed by the Board of Directors. Thereafter, members of the Committee shall be elected by a majority vote of the Committee. Any member can be removed by a majority vote of the Committee. At any time, a member can be added, removed, or replaced by the Board of Directors. In the event of the death, resignation, or removal of a member, the Committee shall elect a new member.
The committee must meet at least once per year. Meetings may be held through any mutually agreed-upon channel. The Committee shall provide a report of all recent operations at least once every three months.
The Committee shall serve until dissolved by the board of directors.