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Nonprofits as Policy Solutions to the Burden of Government by Herrington J. Bryce

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Chapter 7 – Decision-Making and Governance Structure in Lessening the Burden of Government

Nonprofit boards that lessen the burden of government have very different profiles, purposes, and significantly more exposures to charges of organizational control, self-dealing, and directors’ conflicts of interests and political cronyism; the need to address these concepts is important in the organizational design strategies—particularly of the way their boards are constructed to meet the requirements of lessening the burden of government. How and why to do this are the topics of this chapter.

To be incorporated, to get a tax exemption, and to be considered by the IRS to be relieving a burden of government, the nonprofit needs a governing board. It also ...

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