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Reporting can mean a number of things, with CEC Canada in general it is giving an account on its performances, performances which asks one question, Does it measure up to its calling ?  to do so, the first calls for CEC Canada keeping its finger on the pulse of the Head Office and its Division, the second calls for CEC Canada keeping its finger on the pulse of the Community it is called to serve, the third calls for CEC Canada keeping it fingers on pulse of Governments and their governing processes which may in one way or another affect what CEC Canada is called to do, the fourth calls for CEC Canada keeping its fingers on the pulse of those who are determined to curtail the efforts and work of God. Is there more, Sadly to say, Yes, because of this warning;  Matthew 7: 15. Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Colossians 2: 8 begins with - Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.

CEC Canada’s chain of command: First, reporting can be initiated by any one within the chain reporting to those to whom they have to answer: It can be any member of the church, remembering that all those who have come to be with Association and or its Divisions come in as members of the body of Christ and are called to be together as one to the glory of God.  CEC Canada’s By-law 51 reads:
The Membership to know the Vision and Agenda of God for the Association, to ensure that the will of God handed down by its Leadership is carried out. Expressly to love God, to love one another, to edify one another, and to take part in the building the Church.
To read the entire By-law click here.
The chain of command:
Reporting begins with staff, and or students, and or church members to their managers and or ministers, with managers and ministers reporting to their individual authorities, and moves up in order till it reaches to top of the Chain, the President, the Chief Executive Officer whose position it is to initiate the process of taking care of things. The reason for this order is so that all those who are in authority can make their assessments and can give their responses to what is coming from what you might say the floor, remembering that Authority no matter where in the Association is the Electorate, with voting power to change things. Some of you may ask, Where are the Governors and Directors? They are the help from above as the COO and CTO are from the bottom, both to see to it that things get done and kept in order.

Reporting things that can impede or in any other way affect adversely the performances of a departments, and or a ministries. They are reports that demand immediate attention, in general they would be those that centre on breakdowns that cause systems, orders, and or ways to fail, systems related to the physical, orders related to the technical, and ways related to the spiritual. These reports are to be issued expeditiously. Here CEC Canada will have in place on-line forms where all Divisions can report speedily the things which Head Office is calling for.
Secondly, reporting things which are required by the department of Administration for it interval reports related to the performance of the Association as a whole. CEC Canada’s interval report call for quarterly reports and annual reports. This process calls for Divisions reporting to Head Office, and a Head Office annual reporting to all who have a vested interest in the process. Here we repeat: CEC Canada will have in place on-line forms where all Divisions can report speedily the things which Head Office is calling for.
There are three reports: Those that call for immediate attention, the second the quarterly, the annual report, and the third an activities report, the activities report would centre on the overall performances of the Head Office and its Divisions: This would be part two of CEC Canada’s annual report: In general the reports would be centered on the well being of independent departments and ministries reporting to their authorities whose responsibility it is to see to it that the reports get delivered to Head Office. Again: CEC Canada will have in place on-line reporting facilities where all Divisions can report speedily the things which Head Office is calling for.

Taking instant corrective measurements:
There are times when this could well be called for: We have the Lord on our side, this is a time when we look to him for immediate instructions, having received them we follow, we as captains in storm and people over board, order, THROUGH OUT THE LIFE LINE, and LOWER THE LIFE BOAT AND GET OUT THERE AND SAVE THEM, without explanation. Reporting of this type of issue would have to be done after the correction has taken place, so that the appropriate measure can be take to prevent such emergency from happening in the future.
This entire process is to stay in place so that the bugs that come to trouble the organization can be dealt with be it one issue or a hundred issues, the importance of it applies very much to a new organization, related to the new organization, with the hope that the majority of them will not come to trouble it again. The obvious prevention process in most cases we will find are two, education and or enforcement, with CEC Canada this charge is put upon its Governor and Directors to see to it that both happen.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Operational reports: Schools - Elementary, Junior and Senior High.
Incident: From the floor to the Manager,
2. Manager to the School Administrator,
3. School Administrator the School Principal,
4. School Principal to the Provincial Administrator,
5. Provincial Administrator to the Provincial Board of Governors,
8. Provincial Board of Governors to the Provincial School Board,
9. Provincial School Board to the Associate Chief Technical Officer.
10. Associate Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Operations Officer,
11. Chief Operations Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
12. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
13. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Technical reports: Schools - Elementary, Junior and Senior High.
Incident: From the floor to the Teacher,
2. Teacher to the Vice Principal,
3. Vice Principal to the School Principal,
4. School Principal to the Provincial Minister of Education,
5. Provincial Minister of Education to the Provincial Board of Governors,
6. Provincial Board of Governors to the Provincial School Board,
7. Provincial School Board to the Associate Chief Technical Officer.
8. Associate Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Technical Officer,
9. Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
10. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
11. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Operational reports: Universities and Colleges.
Incident: From the floor to the Department Manager,
2. Manager to the Operations Officer,
3. Operations Officer to the University President,
4. University President to the Provincial Administrator,
5. Provincial Administrator to the Provincial Board of Governors,
6. Provincial Board of Governors to the Provincial Board of Education,
7. Provincial Board of Education to the Associate Chief Technical Officer,
8. Associate Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Technical Officer,
9. Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
10. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
11. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Technical reports: Universities and Colleges.
Incident: From the floor to the Professor,
2. Professor to the Deputy Dean,
3. Deputy Dean to the Dean,
4. Dean to the Provincial Minister of Education,
5. Provincial Minister of Education to the Provincial Board of Governors,
6. Provincial Board of Governors to the Provincial Board of Education,
7. Provincial Board of Education to the Associate Chief Technical Officer,
8. Associate Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Technical Officer,
9. Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
10. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
11. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Operational reports: CEC Canada’s Christian Evangelical Church.
Incident: From the floor to the Department Manager,
2. Manager to the Church Administrator,
3. Church Administrator to the Senior Pastor,
4. Senior Pastor to the Church Board of Governors,
5. Church Board of Governors to the Church Council,
6. Church Council to the Provincial Administrator,
7. Provincial Administrator to the Provincial Board of Governors,
8. Provincial Board of Governors to the Provincial Church Council,
9. Provincial Church Council to the Provincial Associate CTO,
8. Associate Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Technical Officer,
9. Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
10. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
11. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Technical reports: CEC Canada’s Christian Evangelical Church.
Incident: From the floor to the Minister,
2. Minister to the Associate Pastor,
3. Associate Pastor to the Senior Pastor,
4. Senior Pastor to the Church Board of Governors,
5. Church Board of Governors to the Church Council,
6. Church Council to the Provincial Minister of Education,
7. Provincial Minister of Education to the Provincial Church Board of Governors,
8. Provincial Church Board of Governors to the Provincial Church Council,
7. Provincial Church Council to the Associate Chief Technical Officer,
8. Associate Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Technical Officer,
9. Chief Technical Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
10. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
11. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.

Report trail: reports that require immediate attention.
Operational reports: Head Office.
1. Incident to Department manager,
2. Department managers to the Minister of Administration,
3. Minister of Administration to the Chief Operations Officer,
4. Chief Operations Officer to the Chief Executive Officer,
5. Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors,
6. Board of Governors to the Board of Directors for conclusionary work.
7. Board of Directors to the Electorate so that they can make informed decisions should a vote be called for.
The Trails you have seen are to remain static: They are to be kept in the flow order as seen, save errors.  The only thing that changes is what is being reported.
Reviewing Reports:
At each stop reports are to be reviewed by the Electorate: This is be done to afford the voter, the electorate, to make a vote based on factual information, should the need arise. Should the need arise the reverse information flow is to happen so that all can see what the reasoning process and the conclusions of that reasoning process is, so that the electorate, if called to do so, can vote based on factual information.
Regarding the email system, what applies to concerns also applies to voting, a system will be in place so that members can cast their votes without having attend decision meetings. The term used is voting by Proxy taking the place of being Present.
With a click of the mouse they shall all know:
When an individual member of the Electorate issues a report by email, this report will automatically and immediately land the hands of every other member of the Electorate, this is being done so that each one can respond to give input they feel is important to help resolve the issue that has come to trouble the Association and yes its Divisions. Who are the Electorate? They are those who are classified as Authority wherever they may be within the Association.
When there is a lack of information, information which is vital to the resolving process, the Electorate who has recognized this lack, shoulders the responsibility to ask for it, very much to prevent wrong decisions. Do not be surprised if some of us will have to come clean and admit to our own failures.
When technology breaks down, what then?
In the event of a failure of the email system, the obvious is to turn to the Post Office, (Not fax, for it has no guarantee of privacy, an issue of high importance to all involved.) In this case all original reports are to be mailed to the Head Office, either attention to the Chief Operations Officer and or attention to the Chief Technical Officer so that they can see to it that what is to happen will happen.


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