We are a company that originally set up our Management Review meetings to occur on a quarterly basis, and they now occur on an annual basis. This annual meeting is the meeting which we make sure all of the ISO and IATF required inputs are covered and our Management Review evidence during audits. My issue with this meeting is that much of this same information is covered in other meetings throughout the year that we call Operations Review Meetings. So, by the time we get to the ISO/IATF Management Review meeting, the audience has seen much of the same information in other meetings. One exception is that our President attends the annual meeting and I don't believe he attends the Operations Review Meetings. My question, is would it be acceptable to get rid of our annual meeting where all required inputs are covered if I could show evidence that the required inputs are covered in various meetings through out the year?