The EDI Council serves to promote and manage EDI products to facilitate electronic data interchange reporting for workers’ compensation. Here you can find information on how to apply for EDI Council membership.
Applications are being accepted Monday, October 16 through Friday, November 17, 2017.
Members serve for a three-year, calendar term. Volunteers are sought for the January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2020 term.
EDI Council Member Responsibilities
In order to meet the EDI Council's goals and work plan, member expectations and responsibilities include:
Participating in EDI Council calls
Travel to two face-to-face EDI Council meetings per year
Working with EDI Council leaders and members on current projects
Assisting the EDI Council leaders with EDI program strategic direction and governance
Who pays for my travel?
EDI Council members are responsible for paying their own travel, accommodation, and conference registration expenses required to fulfil their commitment to participate in face-to-face EDI Council meetings.
When are the face-to-face EDI Council meetings?
In-person EDI Council meetings are scheduled concurrently with the two IAIABC conferences: The Forum (held in spring) and Convention (held in fall). More about these conferences can be found at www.iaiabc.org/educationhq.
Who is eligible to be an EDI Council member?
Any employee of an IAIABC U.S. Jurisdictional or EDI member organization can be an EDI Council member.
How is the EDI Council organized?
The EDI Council is a body of twenty-four members, composed of representatives of twelve IAIABC Jurisdictional members and twelve IAIABC EDI members. The EDI Council has a chair and vice chair who are appointed as leaders to a one-year term by the IAIABC President. EDI Council members are appointed to a three-year term, also by the IAIABC President. The EDI Council reports to the IAIABC Board of Directors, and is assigned both a board and staff liaison.
How many openings are there?
There are currently eight openings on the EDI Council (4 openings reserved for EDI Members and 4 openings reserved for U.S. Jurisdictional Members).