The governing football body for North, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF) recently passed changes to its statutes.
CONCACAF has not yet made the full statute changes public, but says it deals with several issues. Among them, governance and changes to the body formerly known as the Executive Committee.
It also plans to create and implement independent committees, perform ethical eligibility check for prospective leaders, implement term limits, make salary information more transparent and have the right to audit member associations.
The measures were passed unanimously 25 February at a CONCACAF Extraordinary Congress.