Re: [802SEC] Who should file an L50-S
The guidance I got from IEEE was that each WG Chair had to file an L50-S for
If you don't have a treasury/financial activity, it's REALLY easy, though.
I did one for 802.22 some time ago.
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Subject: [802SEC] Who should file an L50-S
Per the question over who should file L50-S forms: I have filed one on
behalf of 802 and all its constituent working groups except 802.3,
802.11 and 802.15. These operate with their own treasuries and file
their own L50-S.
If any WG chairs (who do not have treasury) have filed a form,
indicating "we don't have a treasury" that's fine, but you need not feel
compelled to do so. You are covered under the 802 form (no need to thank
I hope this helps clarify. Let me know if you have questions.
Treasurer, IEEE 802 Executive Committee
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