The Society is regulated by its articles of association. The General Assembly is the supreme authority of the Society. It consists of those members who are holding voting rights, and is always convened at the Annual Scientific Congress of the Society. The Executive Committee and its standing sub-committees are elected by the General Assembly. The meetings of the Executive Committee are called by the president.
The Executive Board is formed by the President, the Vice President and the Treasurer. It shall prepare and facilitate the work of and provide guidance and direction to the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee concucts the business of the Society and has the power to establish Standing Committees and Task Forces. The day-to-day administration is taken care of by the Central CIRSE Office.
For details regarding the articles of association, please refer to myCIRSE.