The following are the governing and supporting documents of VITA.
The Arizona State Not-For-Profit Corporation Laws governs not-for-profit organizations incorporated within the state of Arizona.
VITA is a 501(c)(6) Organization. The United States Internal Revenue Code, Section 501(c)(6) Organizations, provides guidelines for organizations that may qualify for exemption from federal income tax.
The VMEbus International Trade Association (dba VITA) Certificate of Incorporation is a legal document, which was filed with the State of Arizona for the formation of VITA as a corporation.
The VITA Bylaws contains VITA’s fundamental objectives, organization and procedures.
The VSO Policies and Procedures are detailed statements of specific policies, objectives and procedures for the VITA Standards Organization (VSO).
The Procedures for the Development of American National Standards within the VITA Standards Organization (VSO) provide additional guidance for the operation of the VSO.
As an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited standards organization, VITA adheres to the ANSI Essential Requirements: Due process requirements for American National Standards.
The VITA International Information Exchange Policies and Procedures (IIEPP) is the policy to guide employee, agent, and member conduct in international information exchanges during VITA activities. More information can be found at the Export Compliance Resources page.
The VITA Marketing Study Groups and Alliances Polies and Procedures are detailed statements of specific policies, objectives and procedures for the VITA marketing committee and specific technology marketing alliances.
The VITA Branding Guidelines provides guidance in VITA technology branding, including use of logos, references, and copyrights.