Bylaws

Antenna Measurement Techniques Association, Inc.
3520 Piedmont Rd NE Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30305

 

The Antenna Measurement Techniques Association was formed in 1979, and incorporated in the State of Georgia, March 10, 1989 as a nonprofit corporation.

 

 

BYLAWS OF THE

ANTENNA MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES ASSOCIATION

 

 

On May 22, 2022, the AMTA Board of Directors voted to propose and notify the AMTA membership of the proposed Bylaws changes as listed in Amendment #3 below. These changes include updates to Section 2, AMTA registered office, updating the Budget Committee members, and adding Chief Financial Officer as part of our Professional Staff. This amendment is posted for members to comment upon for 90 days starting June 20, 2022, and ending September 19, 2022. 

For reference, the existing Bylaws are here

The complete Bylaws including Amendment 3 can be found here

Any comment from the membership can be submitted to the AMTA Board of Directors through the Contact Us webpage.

 

BYLAWS AMENDMENT 3

It amends ARTICLE I – NAME AND LOCATION, Section 2 of the ByLaws, as originally written is hereby deleted, and a new ARTICLE I – NAME AND LOCATION, Section 2 is substituted as follows:
It amends ARTICLE IV – BOARD OF DIRECTORS Section 8 and the wording is (changes in italics):
It amends ARTICLE VI – PROFESSIONAL STAFF adding Section 2.

ARTICLE I – NAME AND LOCATION

Section 2.  Offices.  The registered office of the AMTA shall be located in the State of Georgia and the registered agent of the AMTA shall be at such address. The AMTA may have general offices within or without the State of Georgia as the Board of Directors may, from time to time, designate or the business of the Corporation may require or make desirable.

 

ARTICLE IV – BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Section 8.  Standing Committees.  The Standing Committees shall be as follows:

Budget Committee.  The Budget Committee shall be chaired by the Treasurer and composed of the President, two other members of the Board of Directors, and the CFO. 

 

ARTICLE VI – PROFESSIONAL STAFF

Section 2.  Chief Financial Officer. The Board of Directors shall be responsible for selecting the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).  The CFO shall be appointed by the Board of Directors and shall advise the AMTA Treasurer in the day-to-day activities in disbursement of funds. Payments shall be executed by the CFO only on the instruction of the Treasurer. The CFO shall be member of the Budget Committee. The CFO must be a US citizen if the Treasurer is a non-US citizen for banking and tax purposes.