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Article 6: Board Powers

The Board shall be the NCC’s highest authority and shall oversee the management of the NCC and the conduct of its affairs. It shall, subject to this Statute, take all decisions necessary to achieve the NCC’s objectives and shall, in particular, have the following powers:
  1. Approving the NCC’s general policy, plans, and programs, and monitoring their implementation.
  2. Approving fees for services rendered by the NCC.
  3. Approving the NCC’s organizational structure in accordance with applicable statutory procedures.
  4. Approving the NCC’s administrative and financial regulations in coordination with the Ministry of Finance as well as other internal regulations.
  5. Approving the establishment of branches and offices for the NCC.
  6. Reviewing periodic reports on the NCC’s activities submitted by the Executive Director.
  7. Approving the NCC’s draft budget, final accounts, and annual report as well as auditor’s report, prior to their submission in accordance with applicable statutory procedures.
  8. Accepting grants, donations, gifts, bequests, and endowments in accordance with the law.
  9. Appointing an external auditor, or more, and a comptroller.
  10. Forming committees and granting them the powers necessary for the completion of the tasks assigned thereto.
  11. Approving the appointment of the Executive Director’s deputies.
  12. Evaluating and monitoring the performance of the executive management and, if necessary, taking corrective measures.
The Board may delegate certain powers to its Chairman or any of its members or to the Executive Director.​