CCIS Manual – Board Members

Board Member Cheat Sheet

There are only THREE reasons Board Members will receive notices of CCIS Requests/Work Orders.

  1. When the Management Company cannot discern whether a Request is covered by the Association or the Co-owner, Requests are assigned to Board Members.
  2. When a Vendor Inquiry is over the approved spending limit for the Management Company, Board Members must approve the spending (convert an Inquiry to a Work Order).
  3. When there are many significant, related issues, Board Members may ask for Notification. In these cases, no work is required by Board Members.

This flow chart illustrates Board Member involvement:

Board Members have specific responsibilities over CCIS Requests

Board Members have specific responsibilities over CCIS Requests

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