A Governmental Member is a Government/Municipality (includes agencies, departments & units) engaged in administration, formulation or enforcement of laws, regulations or ordinances relating to public health, safety and welfare.
A Governmental Member may designate 4-12 voting representatives (based on population) who are employees or officials of that governmental member and are actively engaged full or part-time in the administration, formulation or enforcement of laws, regulations or ordinances relating to public health, safety and welfare. Number of representatives based on population. See Governmental Member Application for details.
Governmental Members have voting rights. Read the ICC By-Laws , Articles II and III to learn more, including the allowed number of Governmental Member Voter Representatives (GMVRs.)
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Members wishing to reinstate their membership should log in to their myICC page and choose the "REINSTATE" button on the "Membership".