CONCACAF says it has thrown its support behind FIFA's efforts to reform statues governing the world's most popular sport.
Forty national federations comprising the CONCACAF region are studying a 10-point plan which includes a wide range of statute-changing recommendations.
The changes being proposed are aimed at increasing transparency and accountability and placing improved governance standards throughout the football industry.
"After more than a century since FIFA's inception, the global landscape of our game has clearly changed. It is gratifying to see we are finally accompanying this profound renovation of the world of football," said CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb.
"We thank FIFA's Independent Governance Committee for this timely initiative of reform and express our pride to our member associations for their commitment to supporting this transformation."
Proposals under discussion include an upper age limit of 72 for FIFA election candidates, a two-term eight-year limit for the presidency, and the privilege of the British Football Association's seat in the FIFA executive committee, as currently assigned to UEFA.
FIFA's 209 members, rather than its executive committee, will also be asked to choose future World Cup hosts.
Member associations will vote to ratify the best course of action for the proposed two-year road map to reform, during the FIFA congress in Mauritius next May.