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The PMI OVOC ABM will be held on Friday, May 2nd, 2014!

Location: Delta Ottawa City Centre, 101 Lyon Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 5T9

Time: Meeting 4:00pm- 6:00pm — you must be a registered PMI OVOC member to attend
Networking 6:00pm-6:30pm — OPEN TO ALL
Dinner 6:30pm-9:00pm — you must be registered to attend
We are looking forward to networking with you on Friday!

Can't make it? Make sure to Proxy your vote!

Proxy Voting:

If you are unable to attend the meeting, please consider granting us your proxy vote. Your vote will help to achieve the quorum target numbers to enable voting on Annual Business Meeting motions and issues. You do not have to assign your proxy to a specific board member. Any undesignated proxies will be assigned to members of the board at the beginning of the meeting.

Proxy Voting Procedure:
Send an E-Mail to Tina Hughes at registrar@pmiovoc.org.

Subject Line: ABM PROXY VOTE
Statement: I hereby give my Proxy Vote to PMI OVOC for the May 2nd, 2014 ABM.

Please include your full name, company and phone number.

An alternative method is to download the proxy form available on the website. Click here to find the form.. Complete the form and E-Mail to registrar@pmiovoc.org.

For any additional information, please contact Tina Hughes by telephone to 613-283-2697 ext 4 or via E-Mail: registrar@pmiovoc.org.

Back up Contact is Darlene McTavish, 613-569-6236 or info@pmiovoc.org.
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PMI OVOC BYLAWS: Note to Members

In order to conform to PMI Global standards, the PMI OVOC chapter bylaws have been amended to follow PMI Global's new standard for chapter bylaws. The amended Chapter by-laws found in the link below, are proposed by the 2013 Board of Directors. It is a requirement from PMI Global that all chapters follow this standard formatting of their by-laws. Amendments are highlighted in yellow.

Members, please click on the link below to review the proposed amended chapter by-laws (see Version 6.1 - January 2014) and be prepared to cast your ratification vote at the Annual Business Meeting on Friday, May 2, 2014. PMI OVOC Chapter Bylaws Changes

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 Upcoming Events

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Spring 5 Week PMP Prep April 8-May 8, 2014
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PMI OVOC ABM (Members Meeting and Dinner) May 2nd, 2014
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PMI OVOC Breakfast Seminar May 14, 2014
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PMI OVOC Saturday Seminar May 24, 2014
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PMI OVOC Lunch Seminar May 28, 2014
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Spring Weekender PMP Prep May 23-June 1, 2014
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Frank Humada, Multiview, Director of Publishing, 289.695.5422
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