The United States People Living With HIV (USPLHIV) Caucus has crafted its first governance document, according to a statement by the group. The document formalizes the operating rules of the steering committee and coordinating council, and it guides caucus activities through at least 2014. The caucus represents HIV-positive networks, including the Campaign to End AIDS, the Global Network of People Living With AIDS North America, the International Community of Women With HIV/AIDS North America, the Positive Women’s Network United States of America, and the Sero Project.

To read the statement, click here.