Temporary advisory bodies are formal groups established to provide independent advice, make recommendations for changes in public policy, study or investigate a particular problem or event, or perform a specific duty. Usually composed of policy experts chosen by Members of Congress and/or officials in the executive branch, commissions may hold hearings, conduct research, analyze data, investigate policy areas, or make field visits as they perform their duties. Most such bodies complete their work by delivering their findings, recommendations, or advice in a written report.
Date of Report: December 19, 2014
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