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blue ribbon committee

A panel of respected experts selected to serve a particular advisory or decision-making role. “Blue ribbon” is a popular adjective for highly-qualified, derived from the blue ribbons that may be awarded to the first-place winners in in a competition
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As a result of the glitch, the blue-ribbon panel extended the comment deadline from Oct.
For employees allowed to have paid outside contacts, the blue-ribbon panel recommended that total earnings not exceed 50% of annual salary; no single source should account for more than 25% of salary.
She has served in a number of leadership positions within IABC, including member of San Francisco chapter board (1998) and IABC's international board (1993-1997), Foundation' trustee (1994-1995), multiculturalism committee chairperson (1991-1993) and member of the Gold Quill blue-ribbon panel (1998-2001).
Police Chief William Bratton created the blue-ribbon panel last summer.
The image was selected by a blue-ribbon panel of UNICEF and Clear Channel officials and goodwill ambassadors from more than 300 entries from advertising agencies worldwide.
The legislation is drawn from a blue-ribbon panel Davis appointed, shortly after a white supremacist was accused of wounding five people at a North Valley Jewish Community Center and the fatal shooting of a postal carrier in August 1999.
In October, at the end of the Festival year, a blue-ribbon panel of industry filmmakers and executives will review the films rated highest by Moviefone users and select one as "Best of the Festival.
The commission also announced that it had compiled a list of proposed members for a blue-ribbon panel to recruit a new inspector general.
Winners will be chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of industry analysts on the evening of April 12, 2005, as part of New York HR Week and the 3rd annual HRO World conference and exhibition.
In November, the AFI compiled a list of 400 American movies arranged chronologically from the recently recovered 1912 silent ``Richard III'' to 1996's ``Jerry Maguire'' and sent the ballots to a blue-ribbon panel of filmmakers, critics, historians, movie executives, artists and others in the industry.
It is presented by the National Association of Home Builders and BUILDER Magazine, the leading publication in the housing industry, based on a comprehensive evaluation by a blue-ribbon panel of builders, home building consultants and past winners.
During the Proposition BB campaign, the LAUSD advertised that every school site had a ``contract'' stating what repairs it would receive and the district also established a blue-ribbon panel to oversee the spending of the bond money.