The Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) is FIFA's deciding body that provides arbitration and dispute resolution on the basis of equal representation of players and clubs and an independent chairman. The DRC adjudicates on a regular basis in the presence of a varying composition of members. In total, the DRC includes 12 player representatives and 12 club representatives whereas decisions are regularly passed in a composition of 5 (2 player representatives, 2 club representatives, 1 chairman). The relevant decisions are published on FIFA.com. The DRC is competent for employment-related disputes between clubs and players that have an international dimension as well as for disputes between clubs related to Training Compensation and Solidarity Mechanism (for more details please consult the Regulations for the Status and Transfer of Players as well as the Rules Governing the Procedures of the Players' Status Committee and the Dispute Resolution Chamber).