Organizational Links Creating Org-to-Org Links Representative Guidelines For the Transmission of OASIS Work to Other ORGANIZATIONS TC Liaisons Liaisons to TC Reduction in membership grant fees Ideally, a connection relationship is achieved by choosing a person who is both an OASIS TC member and the MS, as well as the other organization‘s working group to communicate between the two. If a dual-affiliated person is not available or is not the right person for this role, the TC or MS may ask one of its members to join the other organization or recruit a member of the other organization to join OASIS and that TC or MS. If this is the case, the potential liaison officer must become an eligible person (defined in the OASIS-TC process) by joining OASIS in an appropriate affiliate class, in order to give the person the right to join the TC or MS in accordance with OASIS membership policies. In most cases where OASIS has established a liaison relationship with another organization, OASIS has the option of sending technical or liaison officers with that other organization. Since the person represents OASIS, they must be selected by OASIS and receive specific instructions so that OASIS can get the most out of the presentation. (For a single TC representative, see the section below on TC connections.) The participation of the TC or ms Liaison Officer in the other organization is subject to the affiliation agreement, rules and procedures of that other organization. This person acts as a member of that organization, etc. must, for example, abide by the privacy rules of the other organization when the information of these organizations is shared with oasis TC or MS. While a TC or MS Liaison Officer has been invited by the TC or MS to defend his or her interests in the work of the other organization, this person does not officially represent oasis and cannot speak on behalf of oasis or engage it. Only persons designated as organizational liaison officers as described above are authorized to represent the consortium. The application to establish a link or affiliation with another organization must be submitted to the President and may be submitted at the request of the external organization, the OASIS Office, a Technical Committee (TC), the Technical Advisory Board (TAB) or OASIS staff.
The question to the President should include that only the President of OASIS has the power to negotiate a liaison relationship with another organization.