The following commissions are part of George C. Marshall Albania to ensurethe realizationof its mission

  1. The Commission of Security Issuesrelated tointernal affairs and good governance;
  2. The Commission of Security Issuesrelated todefense (military field);
  3. The Commission of International Relations;
  4. The SupervisoryCommission;
  5. The EconomicCommission;
  6. The CoordinationCommission.
  7. Eachcommission will consist ofthreememberswho are electedby the Board of Directorsfortwoyearswiththe right to re-election.
    Eachmemberof the Board will be responsible for runningoneof the Commissions.
  8. Members of theCommissions will lose their statusif:
    1. forany ofthe reasons stated inparagraph3of Article6of the Statute, they do not enjoythe status of Association member;
    2. they are at the end of their mandate;
    3. they resign;
    4. with no reasonable motives, theydo not participatein the proceedings ofthe relevant commission on3 (three)consecutiveoccasions.
  9. Membersof eachCommission will electamong themselvesoneChairmanwho will be responsible forassemblinganddirecting the work.

The Commission of Security Issues related to internal affairs and good governance

  1. The successful accomplishment ofAssociation activities relating tointernal affairsand good governance;
  2. Proposing a two-year action planfor the Associationbasedon security issuesrelating tointernal affairsandgood governance. This should be initially approved by theBoardand thenby the Assembly;
  3. Reviewing andapprovingin advanceanyadditionalactivitiesto the two-year action plan.These activities should be deliveredto the Board andthen the Assembly for approval;

The Commission of Security Issues related to defense (military field) is responsible for:

  1. The successful accomplishmentof Association activitiesrelating tothe military field;
  2. Proposing a two-year action planfor theAssociationbasedon security issuesrelating tothe military field. This should be initiallyapprovedby theBoardand thenby the Assembly;
  3. Reviewing andapprovingin advanceanyadditionalactivitiesto the two-year action plan. These activities should be deliveredto the Board and thenthe Assembly for approval;
  4. Definingand proposing, tothe Board of Directors,Associationmemberswho will participateinnationaland internationalactivitiesrelated tothe field ofsecurityanddefense.

The Commission of International Relations

  1. The Commission of International Relations is responsible for;
    1. submitting requestsfor membershiptosimilar international associations;
    2. meetingobligationsarisingfrom membershipof any affiliated internationalassociations;
    3. collaboratingwithaffiliatedassociationsin different countriesby initiatingorengaginginjoint activities;
    4. presentingsuggestionsto the Association’s governing bodies regardingvarious aspects offoreign relations.
  2. It is foreseen that there should be a special expenditure in the Association’s budget for international relations.

The Supervisory Commission

  1. The SupervisoryCommissionensures thatthe activitiesof the Associationandits various bodiescomplywith its Statute andlegislation.
  2. This Commissionpreparesan annual analysis ofthe work performed bythe Association(with itsfindingsandsuggestions). This analysis should besubmitted tothe Association’sBoard of Directors which, in the exercise ofitspowers,holdsit to its attention.

The Economic Commission

  1. The EconomicCommissiontakes careofthe financial activities of the Association. It controlscostsandpreparesthe balance sheetof the Associationtogether withthe Association’sdraft budgetproposalforthe following year.
  2. This Commissionpreparesanannual analysison the financial activitiesof the Associationwhich,togetherwiththedraft budgetproposal,is submitted to theSteering Committeeof the Association. The Steering Committee,in the exercise ofitspowers,holdsthese documents to its attention.

The Coordination Commission

  1. The CoordinationCommissionenables the coordination ofprofessional, social, cultural and scientificactivities related to the Association. In particular,the Commission:
    1. is interested in the economicandsocialconditions ofAssociationmembers;
    2. suggests to the Association governing bodies to encourage state authorities according to their possibilities to improve certain aspects of the social life of its members;
    3. notifiesmembersviacoordinatorsabout the cultural and scientificactivitiesof the Association;
    4. financesandsupportsthe organization ofculturalactivities on behalf of the Association;
    5. informs members of professionaltrainingopportunities via its coordinators;
    6. tries toprovidescholarshipsfor training, bothat home and abroad;
    7. maintains regular contactswith NATO, the OSCE,the EuropeanCommissionandotherinternational partnersthatcollaboratewiththe Association;
    8. proposesfundsnecessarytoconductits work.
  2. The CoordinationCommissionis assistedinits workby threecoordinatorswho are appointed bythe Commission. Coordinatorsmust be membersof the Association.
  3. This Commission, together with the coordinators, respects the provisions of the Statute and determines ways of coordinating work between them.