A committee appointed to examine legislation on a particular topic. Sometimes called a select committee, it automatically ceases to exist when its task is finished or when the session ends.
a committee appointed by the president or board to bring recommendations on a particular issue, concern or subject to the board or to carry out a particular project or task
a committee created by law for a specific reason. Except for the Executive Board, special committees generally have no jurisdiction over bills or resolutions.
A committee authorized by Senate or House Rules to study a limited subject.
a committee that consists of one or more members appointed to a committee in the event special needs may arise within a given year
a committee that is created for a limited purpose
an ad hoc committee that lasts for a limited time period or until the established work is completed
a temporary committee created by the Board to deal with specific problems
Investigates and reports on specific matters and terminates when that function has been rendered.
A committee of Members of Parliament or of Senators appointed to study a specific matter. Once it has presented its final report, the committee ceases to exist.
A select committee, other than a standing committee, appointed to consider certain matters and to report thereon to the Senate.
See COMMITTEE, SPECIAL.
A group of Senators, MPs, or Senators and MPs, appointed to study a particular matter. Once it has made its final report, the committee is dissolved.