ACC Internet Cribbage Program
Roles and Responsibilities
Internet Cribbage Commissioner
Runs the Internet Cribbage Program (ICP) with the
consent of the Board of Directors (BoD) and the assistance of the
Internet Steering Committee. Empowered to make executive decisions
concerning the ICP where necessary. Authorizes online tournaments.
Negotiates with Internet host sites and other third parties. Organizes
the activities of the Internet Steering Committee (ISC). Serves as the
principle liaison between the ICP and the BoD. Maintains the email
contact list and arranges for news to be distributed via email, the ACC
Web page and Cribbage World.
Assistant Internet Cribbage
Assists the Commissioner with any of his/her
responsibilities and serves as backup if the Commissioner is
Internet Statistician (IS)
Receives tournament reports from tournament
directors (TDs) and enters results in database (in coordination with the
Membership Secretary). Publishes tournament results to ACC Web page in
coordination with the ACC Webmaster (or designated assistant). Publishes
lifetime and annual Internet Rating Point (IRP) standings and quota
status. Certifies award levels (eMaster, eGrand Master and eLife Master)
Certifies ACC members for online play and keeps
list of valid screen names. Maintains this information in the database
(in coordination with the Membership Secretary) and provides updates on
a regular basis to the TDs.
Tournament Directors (TDs)
Run online tournaments in accordance with ACC
rules and procedures. Verify certification of ACC members participating
in tournaments. Provide timely reports to Internet Statistician listing
the final rank of ACC members who participate (whether or not they
qualify for IRPs).
Serves as supervisor to the TDs and their primary
liaison to the rest of the ICP, supporting their efforts, answering
questions, resolving disputes, training new TDs, ensuring ACC guidelines
and procedures are followed, and maintaining quality control among the
TD corps. Advises the Commissioner on adding or removing TDs.
Internet Steering Committee (ISC)
Consists of the above officers as well as other
volunteers. Oversees and sets policies and procedures for the Internet
Cribbage Program in collaboration with the Internet Cribbage
Commissioner. May deal with ethics issues and refer complaints to the
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