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VENDOR POLICY

New England Archivists (NEA) defines a vendor as any individual or group they represents companies, products, or services, for-profit or not-for-profit. For a set fee, NEA offers vendors and individuals representing companies, products, and services dedicated space in a variety of formats, including but not limited to the NEA newsletter, the vendor showcase at meetings, and advertisements in programs or online. In an effort to eliminate any conflict of interest yet provide optimal educational opportunity, vendors may present at a conference or meeting only as an invited guest on a panel, discussion group, or other programmatic component, and where their participation improves the event. New England Archivists (NEA) does not restrict a vendor from becoming a member. In the case where a member is a vendor, that individual cannot abuse the privileges of being a member. The individual is prohibited from using the membership database, which s/he will have access to as a member, to advertise his company, product, or services.


For a complete list of policies and procedures that have been voted on by the Executive Board, as well as those that the Board has agreed to by consensus (as a “Sense of the Board”) please contact the NEA Secretary.

Our most commonly referred to policies and procedures may be found by clicking the links below.

Board procedures
By-Laws
Code of Conduct
Financial Information
Minutes (board and business)
Organizational Chart
Privacy Policy
Records schedule and finding aid at UConn (how to donate materials)
Registration Policy

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