Advisory Committee


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Advisory Committee

A board that provides expertise and other advice to the main governing body of an organization. For example, the board of directors of a publicly-traded company may consult with an advisory committee on important matters. The advisory committee does not decide the matter, but may represent a broader spectrum of interests than the governing body itself.
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The Advisory Committee considers and advises on the post-office employment or appointment for former politically appointed officials.
Pharmaceutical company Indivior PLC (LON:INDV) said on Tuesday that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Advisory Committees has recommended the approval of RBP-6000 for the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD).
Agreements with advisory committee members also should address confidentiality.
This committee would advise the President CPSP on different issues and College council would frame future policies in consultation with this advisory committee.
Camilleri said the advisory committee had not reached any conclusion as to whether competitive rating led to a reduction in premium cost.
Members of two FDA advisory committees recommended against approval of naproxcinod, a combination of naproxen and nitric oxide, as a treatment for osteoarthritis, citing the need for more data.
that would have made the DOJ's five advisory committee requirements
Testifying at the hearing, Sidney Shapiro, associate dean for research and development at the Wake Forest School of Law, cited several loopholes in FACA, which he argued allow the work of advisory committees to be completed in settings not subject to FACA regulations.
A second draft guidance lays out recommended changes to the process of public disclosure of financial interests that create conflicts of interest for advisory committee members.
BROOKFIELD - For the second week in a row, selectmen postponed appointing members to the Advisory Committee, this time vowing to make the overdue appointments at their June 12 meeting.
To make its advisory committee process "more rigorous and transparent," the Food and Drug Administration is considering new conflicts of interest requirements for committee members who advise FDA on regulatory actions.
FDA has announced new draft guidance that would implement a more stringent approach for considering potential conflicts of interest for its advisory committee members and for recommending eligibility for meeting participation.

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