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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).