While the federal government has provided general specifications concerning membership, quorum requirements, and the principles that IRBs must follow in making their decisions, it has remained silent on the organizational structure of the board, which is discussed in this chapter. This discussion complements that on the procedures for administering the board, which may be found in Chapter 7.
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