The AIC is made up of ANSI members. Voting members are generally those who wish to actively participate in AIC meetings, debates, and votes. They should have sufficient experience to offer recommendations on positions ANSI should take as the member body to ISO as well as make decisions on the delegation of ISO Secretariats. Voting members are expected to commit the time and resources that are necessary and appropriate to fulfill the missions of the AIC.
AIC voting members are the individual members themselves, not the entity with which they are affiliated. Serving in such capacity, AIC voting members act as fiduciaries to ANSI, which means they are required to act in good faith and in the best interest of ANSI when making decisions on behalf of ANSI. However, if AIC voting members believe their duties to their employer or another third party conflict in any way with those of ANSI, they may simply recuse themselves from decision making from ANSI.