Project Leader Accountability

Every project or proposal must have at least one and no more than two Project leader(s).

The reasoning behind such is that projects need leaders to be flexible and confident enough to be able to make tough decisions – on the spot choices – or guide the project in the direction it was proposed. They are responsible for all aspects of the project from start to finish.

They also have the final say as to who is part of the team of people making the project come together as there are often reasons to keeping these projects tight knit.

They are also the people who will be held accountable for a project and its stated Measurable Success Indicators. They will be expected to provide the official updates to the two tiers whom which approved the project as well as coordinate the Cooperation Model between other committees.