The Constitution Sub-Committee (“CSC”) has been working through how the Governance of the ACTA would operate under the new Constitution. As we have previously established, the purpose of this update is to keep you informed and to give you an opportunity to provide your initial feedback. We must stress that it is a general outline of our current thoughts. Nothing is set in stone and there is no doubt that there is still a significant amount of work that we need to do when it comes to drafting the document. If the feedback is positive, we will move on and once the new constitution has been drafted completely, you will be provided a copy so that you can review and write further. There will be a final period for you to provide your thoughts after the new constitution has been published on the ACTA website and well before we settle on the Constitution that will be put forward at the AGM.
What we want to put to you, are the key aspects of the new Governance proposal. We are not trying to provide the answer to every question in this short Clay Target e-News article, instead, we aim to highlight some of the main changes that we want you to consider. We would also like to hear your thoughts on the best way to vote for nominated board members.
Are we on the right track? What should we also think about? Is there anything that is completely wrong? Please send all formal correspondence to, Paul Gilbert, our Chief Executive Officer. Paul’s email is
We also encourage you to discuss any aspect of this update with the members of the CSC. We are all in agreement, proud of what we have put together and happy to answer any of your questions.