Committee Report Template

Committees are often required to report their progress to the board, executives and/or to the larger group. While such a report may be presented orally at meetings, it is often recommended, if not required, to also publish a report in print format. Below is a suggested format for such a committee report.

The number of items and depth of detail depends on the nature of the committee and the issues being addressed. In general, it is a good idea to keep points of information short for easy review, with additional information available through a committee contact.



Committee: (committee name)

Liaison to the Board: (board member name)

Date of last meeting: (day month year)

Date of next meeting: (day month year)

Action Items Completed:

  • (item)
  • (item)
  • (item)


Action Items In-progress/Pending:

  • (item)
  • (item)
  • (item)


Announcements:

  • (item)
  • (item)
  • (item)


Questions for the board/larger group:

  • (item)
  • (item)
  • (item)


Other Notes:

  • (item)
  • (item)
  • (item)

— END OF REPORT–

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