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Federal Advisory Groups: DoT and DoE Can Take Steps to Better Assess Duplication Risk and Enhance Usefulness
Linda Calbom (au)
Advisory groups (AG) -- those established under the Fed. Advisory Committee Act (FACA) and other groups not subject to the act -- can play an important role in the development of policy and goväó»t. regäó»s. There are more than 1,000 FACA AG and an unknown number of non-FACA AG governmentwide. This report reviewed: (1) the extent to which the Dept. of Transportationäó»s (DoT) and Dept. of Energyäó»s (DoE) assessment process helps ensure that AG efforts are not duplicative and what challenges, if any, exist in assessing potential duplication; and (2) to what extent DoT and DoE AG are useful in assisting their respective agencies in carrying out their missions and how the groupsäó» usefulness could be enhanced. Illus. A print on demand report.
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