Management Directors Governance Documentation Committees Section 16 filings
Audit Committee
The Audit Committee's duties include:
  • considering the independence of our independent auditors before we engage them;
  • reviewing with the independent auditors the fee, scope, and timing of the audit;
  • reviewing the completed audit with the independent auditors regarding any significant accounting adjustments, recommendations for improving internal controls, appropriateness of accounting policies, appropriateness of accounting and disclosure decisions with respect to significant unusual transactions or material obligations, and significant findings during the audit;
  • reviewing our financial statements and related regulatory filings with the independent auditors; and
  • meeting periodically with management to discuss internal accounting and financial controls.
Independent Directors
 Brenda A. Cline
 Daniel M. Pope
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Compensation Committee
The Compensation Committee has final authority on all executive compensation and periodically reviews compensation, employee benefit plans, and other benefits paid to or provided for our officers and directors. The Compensation Committee also approves annual salaries and bonuses for officers to ensure that the recommended salaries and bonuses are not unreasonable.
Independent Directors
 Glenn A. Carter
 Daniel M. Pope
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Nominating and Governance Committee
Independent Directors
 Glenn A. Carter
 Brenda A. Cline
 Mary Landrieu
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Executive Committee
The Executive Committee has the authority to act for the entire board of directors, but may not commit to an expenditure in excess of $5,000,000 without full board approval. The Executive Committee meets periodically throughout the year.
Inside Directors
 John S. Marr Jr.
 H. Lynn Moore Jr.
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