Federal law prohibits incorporated associations from making campaign contributions to candidates for federal offices. The establishment of a PAC allows individuals with similar interests to combine and direct their individual contributions to political candidates who share those interests.
Province Alumnae Chair. Alpha Chi Omega alumna who is assigned by the National Council to oversee the alumnae chapters in a given province (usually a grouping of states); term is usually two years.
Public Advisory Committee - A group o f community leaders, and public officials representing the population of the study area who assist in planning goals and objectives, evaluating alternative plans, selecting recommended courses of action, and setting priorities. They represent community interests and contribute valuable information to project sponsors about the location, design, and implementation of proposed improvements.
Presidents Administrative Council. [includes heads of each division and department chairs
Promotion appeal committee
Program Advisory Committee for this PIER contract
Provincial Armed Constabulary
committee formed by a special-interest group to raise money for their favorite political candidates
Parent Advisory Council/Committee; also Principal's Advisory Council
Political action committees are private lobbying groups that represent a special interest. PACs are limited on contributions but not on advertising in support of their issues. A organization that represents a special interest group.
Presidential Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses
Political Action Committee
Programme Advisory Committee.
Project Approval Certificate. The approval under the provincial EAA process.
Parent Advisory Council. Parent group to help develop guidelines for local programs receiving funding under " Title 1," the shorthand name for a portion of federal law targeted at assisting schools in high poverty areas. Council members must be parents of children receiving Title 1 services
Provincial Advisory Council. see Resource Advisory Council.
Parent Advisory Committee. A committee made up of parents of students with disabilities from each local educational agency within the ISD, appointed by the ISD Board. The PAC is responsible for participating in the development of the ISD Plan and advising the ISD Board on matters relating to special education. Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Positive Behavior Support is a systematic positive approach that helps students learn to assume responsibility for themselves. Procedural Safeguards (also know as “Rights” or “Due Process”) Regulations designed to protect designed to protect students with disabilities.
The Public Accounts Committee - established under the Parliamentary Committees Act 1995 (Qld).
Parent Advisory Council. Under the School Act, parents may establish an advisory council for the school their child attends. Through elected officers, the council may advise the board, principal, and staff on any matters relating to the school.
Presidential Advisory Commission on Gulfwar Veterans’ Illnesses
Parliamentary Accounts Committee. a standing committee of the House of Commons mandated to review and report on the Public Accounts of Canada and all reports of the Auditor General of Canada. In its review of the Public Accounts, the committee focuses on the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of government administration, the quality of administrative practices in the delivery of federal programs, and government's accountability to Parliament with regard to federal spending. The committee is also responsible for reviewing the plans and reports of the Office of the Auditor General. PAC is chaired by a member of the Official Opposition.
Provincial Advisory Committee
A color used in cosmetics with the approval of the FDA. Safety has been proven through an investigation by a committee of the Cosmetic, Toiletries, and Fragrances Association (CTFA).
Planning Advisory Committee