This article is from the Scouting FAQ, by Bill Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org, Soaring Golden Eagle email@example.com and Alan Houser firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Date: 28 May 1997
Q. Where can I find information on how the BSA is organized, who
makes the decisions, that sort of thing?
A. There are two entities to the BSA: The BSA traditional Scouting
organization and the wholly owned subsidiary: Learning for
Life/Exploring. The BSA has a number of publications that contain its
All are available to the general public from your nearby Scout =
or by mail see: Where can I get official BSA literature & =
the rec.scouting.usa FAQ)
Check: The Cub Scout Leader Book and The Troop Committee =
An on-line official description is available for the traditional
Scouting organization at:
An on-line official description of the Learning for =
More on-line information may be found at: