Asia Pacific Coordinating Council (APCC)

Asia Pacific Coordinating Council: shall consist of the presidents or their designated representatives from each of the recognized chapters in the Asia-Pacific Region. It shall coordinate activities of the various chapters in the interest of regional and Society objectives. It shall be responsible to submit to the President-Elect of the Society a recommendation for Chair of the APCC once each year in time for the President to submit a name to the Policy Council for approval, as described in Policy 6, Section 1. The Chair shall be responsible to report annually to the Policy Council on the activities and the chapters in the Asia-Pacific region and other regional matters as shall come before the APCC.

Retrieved from Policies of the System Dynamics Society, 2017

Historical Descriptions:

Asia Pacific Coordinating Council (APCC)

Define Task and Make up of APCC: Ignacio Martinez-Moyano moved to create a standing committee called the Asia Pacific Coordinating Council to coordinate activities of the various chapters in the interest of regional and Society objectives. Members of this committee would be the presidents or their designated representatives from each of the recognized chapters in the Asia-Pacific Region. The committee shall be responsible to submit to the President-Elect of the Society a recommendation for Chair of the APCC once each year in time for the President to submit a name to the Policy Council for approval, as described in Policy 6, Section 1. The Chair shall be responsible to report annually to the Policy Council on the activities and the chapters in the Asia-Pacific region and other regional matters as shall come before the APCC.

(Cambridge, MA, Winter 2017 Policy Council Meeting)