A committee composed of Members of both the House and Senate.
A committee shared by the House and Senate, with an equal number of House and Senate members serving on it. Joint committees do not consider and report legislation. Instead they have administrative duties or conduct research and issue studies and reports. There are four current joint committees: the Joint Committee on Printing, which oversees the Government Printing Office; the Joint Committee on the Library, which oversees the Library of Congress; the Joint Committee on Taxation, which provides expert tax-code analysis to the Congress; and the Joint Economic Committee, which studies long-term economic trends.
one made up of members from both the House and the Senate that acts as a study group with responsibility for reporting its findings back to the House and Senate
A legislative committee composed of members of both houses. NOTE: Committees may also meet jointly: that is, two committees may meet simultaneously, for example, to hear testimony on matters of interest to both committees. Such a meeting does not constitute a joint committee.
a committee made up of MPs and senators
a committee that is initiated by any administrator above the level of unit administrator, has been approved by the Chancellor/President or designee, and includes administrators and faculty
A committee composed of a specified number of members of both houses.
Representatives of both houses meet and act on issues. They are usually formed to study issues between sessions.
A Committee made up of Members of both Houses of Parliament.
Committees including membership from both houses of Congress. Joint committees are usually established with narrow jurisdictions and normally lack authority to report legislation. Chairmanship usually alternates between the House and Senate members from Congress to Congress.
A committee with members from both the House and Senate. Such committees are generally advisory or oversight committees, not legislative (law-making) committees.
Members of both chambers are appointed to consider matters of common interest. Such committees can speed up the legislative process by consolidating the time for hearings.
A committee composed of equal numbers of Assembly members and Senators.
A committee composed of members of the Senate and of the House of Commons.
A committee composed of both House and Senate members.
Any of 23 joint committees, most consisting of 6 Senators and 11 Representatives, responsible for holding hearings and making recommendations on all matters referred to it.
A committee of senators and representatives.
A committee comprised of members of both houses of the legislature.
A joint committee is composed of members of both branches of the legislature; once a bill is recommended for passage by a joint committee and passes the House where it originated, it may immediately be placed on the Calendar in the House.
A Joint Committee of the Parliament of the United Kingdom is a Select Committee consisting of members of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.