This excerpt taken from the GIS 10-Q filed Jan 6, 2005.
5.1 Authority of the Managing Member.
The Managing Member constitutes a manager of the Company for purposes of the Act. The Members acknowledge that the Company shall be managed by the Managing Member, in its capacity as a manager of the Company, in accordance with Section 18-402 of the Act and subject to any restrictions set forth in the Certificate of Formation or this Agreement, all powers to control and manage the business and affairs of the Company and to bind the Company shall be exclusively vested in the Managing Member, in such capacity, and the Managing Member may exercise all powers of the Company and do all such lawful acts as are not by statute, the Certificate of Formation or this Agreement directed or required to be exercised or done by the Members and in so doing shall have the right and authority to take all actions that the Managing Member deems necessary, useful, or appropriate for the management and conduct of the Companys business and affairs and in the pursuit of the purposes of the Company, including delegating the right and authority to take such actions to employees of the Managing Member as are designated by the Managing Member or officers or employees of the Company (whether employed directly or seconded from another GMI Entity); provided, however that any officers of the Company shall have the authority to enter into the Transaction Documents or any other document as may be contemplated from time to time. The Managing Member and each such employee or officer and any other manager, including the Independent Director, if any, shall be an authorized person on behalf of the Company, as such term is used in the Act.