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A. The Osage Congress conducts its legislation process in a manner that requires advance notice to its personnel and Congress members.

B. Adequate advance notice of Special Sessions results in the most efficient use of resources and allows all officials who should prepare and participate in the process to do so, as well as allowing Osage constituents the ability to study and voice opinions on matters set for special consideration.

C. Lack of advance distribution of proposed legislation and information relating thereto results in nonproductive and prolonged meetings, and loss of productivity by the Nation’s Divisions, Departments and Enterprises.

D. Until such time as the Congress adopts other means to maximize time and resources management, notification time and subject and document submission parameters are warranted. ONCA 11-58, eff. Sept. 13, 2011; ONCA 15-23, eff. Apr. 22, 2015.