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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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Richard Gordon as the chairman of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee to transfer Faeldon out of the air-conditioned room of the Senate sergeant-at-arms where he has been detained since September.
All this should be in writing, the Blue Ribbon committee suggests, and from this understanding, the audit committee will be in a better position "to devise appropriate questions as to how each participant carries out its functions.
61, as amended, places the burden on the auditor to communicate with the audit committee concerning certain specified items, and under SEC rules implementing the blue ribbon committee recommendations, the audit committee is required to disclose whether such discussion occurred.
The IMA's written response is included in the "Report and Recommendations of the Blue Ribbon Committee on Improving the Effectiveness of Corporate Audit Committees," which has been given to the SEC and is available to the auditor and corporate communities.
LOS ANGELES -- A blue ribbon committee of more than 20 of Southern California's corporate, community and academic leaders was appointed by Metropolitan Water District's Board of Directors today to identify and recommend new business models and strategies that will help the region meet its long-range water needs.
The former military officer lamented that instead of reaping praise for the seizure of the illegal drugs on May 26, 2017, he was accused of being involved in the smuggling of shabu and other malicious imputations prompting him to decide against participating in the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee hearing on the matter.
Gordon and the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee (SBRC) succeeded at, from the eleven (11) fruitless and wasteful hearings they conducted, was to focus the tri-media's attention and media mileage on themselves, as well as to carry-out their vindictive persecution of the Petitioner,' the petition noted.
Backman and Anne Marie Salan of the New York-based law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, with contributions from corporate governance specialists who participated on the Blue Ribbon Committee on Improving the Effectiveness of Corporate Audit Committees.
The result was the creation of the Blue Ribbon Committee on Improving the Effectiveness of Corporate Audits to study management's role in financial disclosures.
He has served on the MARTA Finance Study Committee and the Blue Ribbon Committee on the Future of Fulton County.
The smuggling incident sparked a controversy that resulted in the forced resignation in August of top Customs officials, including then Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon, who is still detained at the Senate for refusing to testify before a blue ribbon committee probe.
Facing the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee, chaired by Sen.

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