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New Delegate Credentials Process in Place for the 68th National Convention
By Emily Christophersen
NAPS Office Manager
National convention registration and credentials open jointly on March 1.
This year, NAPS is transitioning to a new delegate credentials process for the 68th National Convention. We no longer will use hard-copy delegate credential forms. Starting this year, the process will be fully electronic.
The new credentials process is kicked off when a member registers as a delegate for the National Convention. (This means a member first must register in order for a credential form to be generated for them. Please note: Registration for the National Convention will open March 1.)
So, how, exactly, will registration work? When Jane Doe registers as a delegate, a new electronic credential form will be created for her in our system. Using information provided during registration, the system automatically will populate the fields on her credential form: her name, address, EIN (if applicable), first-timer status, branch number and date.
The respective branch president then will receive an email stating NAPS Headquarters is requesting their signature on Jane Doe’s delegate credential form. The branch president will be able to click on that email invitation, provide an electronic signature and then click “submit.”
The completed credential form then is saved to our system by the delegate’s name. Finally, the delegate, branch president and NAPS Headquarters all will receive an emailed copy of the completed and signed final credential form.
Important to note: Under this new process, a member must register first so a delegate credential can be automatically created for them. This guarantees that every delegate registered for the National Convention has a completed credential form ahead of their arrival in August. With this new process, delegates no longer have to complete a two-part process (registration and their credential) as the second phase now is automated.
Branch presidents: Keep an eye on your inbox for requests for electronic signatures as we begin receiving registrations after March 1. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com. We are here to help our members!
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