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Subpart A-What Policies Apply to Advisory Committees Established Within the Executive Branch?
102-3.5- What does this subpart cover and how does it apply?
102-3.10- What is the purpose of the Federal Advisory Committee Act?
102-3.15- Who are the intended users of this part?
102-3.20- How does this part meet the needs of its audience?
102-3.25- What definitions apply to this part?
102-3.30- What policies govern the use of advisory committees?
102-3.35- What policies govern the use of subcommittees?
102-3.40- What types of committees or groups are not covered by the Act and this part?
Appendix A to Subpart A of Part 102-3-Key Points and Principles
Subpart B-How Are Advisory Committees Established, Renewed, Reestablished, and Terminated?
102-3.45- What does this subpart cover and how does it apply?
102-3.50- What are the authorities for establishing advisory committees?
102-3.55- What rules apply to the duration of an advisory committee?
102-3.60- What procedures are required to establish, renew, or reestablish a discretionary advisory committee?
102-3.65- What are the public notification requirements for discretionary advisory committees?
102-3.70- What are the charter filing requirements?
102-3.75- What information must be included in the charter of an advisory committee?
102-3.80- How are minor charter amendments accomplished?
102-3.85- How are major charter amendments accomplished?
A- Subpart B of Part 102-3-Key Points and Principles
Subpart C-How Are Advisory Committees Managed?
102-3.90- What does this subpart cover and how does it apply?
102-3.95- What principles apply to the management of advisory committees?
102-3.100- What are the responsibilities and functions of GSA?
102-3.105- What are the responsibilities of an agency head?
102-3.110- What are the responsibilities of a chairperson of an independent Presidential advisory committee?
102-3.115- What are the responsibilities and functions of an agency Committee Management Officer (CMO)?
102-3.120- What are the responsibilities and functions of a Designated Federal Officer (DFO)?
102-3.125- How should agencies consider the roles of advisory committee members and staff?
102-3.130- What policies apply to the appointment, and compensation or reimbursement of advisory committee members, staff, and experts and consultants?
Appendix A to Subpart C of Part 102-3-Key Points and Principles
Subpart D-Advisory Committee Meeting and Recordkeeping Procedures
102-3.135- What does this subpart cover and how does it apply?
102-3.140- What policies apply to advisory committee meetings?
102-3.145- What policies apply to subcommittee meetings?
102-3.150- How are advisory committee meetings announced to the public?
102-3.155- How are advisory committee meetings closed to the public?
102-3.160- What activities of an advisory committee are not subject to the notice and open meeting requirements of the Act?
102-3.165- How are advisory committee meetings documented?
102-3.170- How does an interested party obtain access to advisory committee records?
102-3.175- What are the reporting and recordkeeping requirements for an advisory committee?
Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 102-3-Key Points and Principles
Subpart E-How Does This Subpart Apply to Advice or Recommendations Provided to Agencies by the National Academy of Sciences or the National Academy of Public Administration?
102-3.180- What does this subpart cover and how does it apply?
102-3.185- What does this subpart require agencies to do?
Appendix A to Subpart E of Part 102-3-Key Points and Principles