Q: Is a committee formed as a separate committee to review the performance of the board and board policy as well as nominate candidates for the board? ¶
Q: Is a committee called a subcommittee? ¶
Q: Is a committee not performing their duties? ¶
A: Yes, and they may be removed or replaced by the appointing power.
Q: Is a committee a committee that provides guidance? ¶
A: Yes, and direction and control to a project within an organization.
Q: Is a committee not ready to report? ¶
A: Yes, and it may provide a partial report or the assembly may discharge the committee of the matter so that the assembly can handle it.
Q: Are committees not required to keep formal minutes? ¶
Q: Is a committee a special committee appointed specifically for purposes of the referred motion? ¶
A: Yes, and it should also specify the number of committee members and the method of their selection, unless that is specified in the bylaws.
Q: Is a committee used to take a matter out of a committee's hands before the committee has made a final report on it? ¶
Q: Is a committee a subunit of a political or deliberative body established in a permanent fashion to aid the parent assembly in accomplishing its duties? ¶
Q: Are committees standing committees? ¶
Q: Is a committee formed? ¶
A: Yes, and a chairman is designated for the committee.
Q: Is a committee a Congressional committee permanently authorized by United States House of Representatives and United States Senate rules? ¶
Q: Is a committee usually composed of the senior members of the standing committees that originally considered the legislation in each chamber? ¶
Q: Are committees public ones subject to open meeting laws? ¶
Q: Are committees required to report to their parent body? ¶
Q: Are committees frequently used for guiding and monitoring IT projects in large organizations? ¶
A: Yes, as part of project governance.
Q: Is a committee granted its scope and powers over a particular area of business by the governing documents? ¶