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Since cooperative.com users are either employees or directors of NRECA members, NRECA is providing you certain governance and reporting information about the association. Specifically you will find the following:

In addition, you may review member resolutions that guide NRECA in acting on behalf its voting members and learn how to participate in the annual process that shapes those resolutions.

IRS Form 990

As a tax-exempt not-for-profit organization, NRECA is required to file an IRS Form 990 annually. This form promotes transparency by making certain information available to the public, including an overview of the organization’s finances.

NRECA’s leadership, including management and directors, are responsible for the long-term vision and efficient operation of the association. Both management and directors spend substantial time managing and providing oversight of the association’s operations, communicating with members, and maintaining their awareness of industry trends and issues that are specific to electric co-ops.

View copies of NRECA’s Form 990 below. To better understand the form, view this infographic (PDF).

Our interactive Form 990 explainer can be used by co-ops to inform their consumer-members of how to read their Form 990s.

Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation

The Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation (PDF) were amended at the NRECA 71st Annual Meeting in New Orleans on Feb. 19, 2013.

For more information, please contact Ty Thompson, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Director and Member Legal Services, Tyrus.Thompson@nreca.coop​, 703-907-5855.