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Organization and Management
Annual Conference
All JEITA member companies gather annually for a conference that serves as the industry's premier decision-making forum.
Board of Directors
This body discusses and makes decisions concerning important issues related to JEITA's activities, including items raised at the Annual Conference.
Executive Board
Executive Board members are directors (between 55 and 65 representatives) and auditors (two representatives) of JEITA. They are selected at the Annual Conference, and serve for two years, after which their term can be renewed. The chairman, vice chairmen, presidents, executive vice president and executive directors are selected through an election among JEITA directors at the Board of Directors meeting. The term of the chairman is one year.
Boards and Committees
In order for JEITA to handle both internal and external issues in industry-related fields, the Policy and Strategy Board, five sector-specific boards, five issue-specific committees, one special committee and the Kansai Branch Steering Board have been organized under the Board of Directors. Members may participate in the boards and committees by their own choice.
Five Features
1. Vice Chairman System:
JEITA's vice chairmen hold high-level positions in the industry and are actively involved in shaping its future, thereby enhancing JEITA's presence and raising its status.
2. Policy and Strategy Board:
Executives of major companies in JEITA assume a leadership role on this board with the mandate of reinforcing proposals and strategic approaches that will facilitate the realization of a digital network society.
3. Five Sector-Specific Boards:
JEITA divides activities related to information and digital appliances into five main sectors, each of which has a board that acts autonomously, effectively, precisely, and in a timely manner in dealing with specific issues.
4. Six Issue-Specific Committees:
The mission of these committees is to propose comprehensive responses to issues of common interest, including environmental countermeasures, international industry cooperation and technological development.
5. Focus on Efficient Management:
JEITA has organized the budget to accommodate a considerable reduction in membership fees. It strives to promote efficient management and to foster an effective committee organization.
 
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