United States Code
USC most recently checked for updates: Jun 05, 2023
Not later than 60 days after
Representatives of State and local governments and representatives of emergency response providers, selected from among individuals nominated by national organizations representing such governments and personnel.
Representatives from Federally recognized Indian tribes and National Indian organizations.
Qualified representatives of such other stakeholders and interested and affected parties as the chairman deems appropriate.
The initial meeting of the Advisory Committee shall take place not later than 60 days after
After the initial meeting, the Advisory Committee shall meet at the call of the chair.
Any meetings held by the Advisory Committee shall be duly noticed at least 14 days in advance and shall be open to the public.
One-third of the members of the Advisory Committee shall constitute a quorum for conducting business of the Advisory Committee.
To assist the Advisory Committee in carrying out its functions, the chair may establish appropriate subcommittees composed of members of the Advisory Committee and other subject matter experts as deemed necessary.
The Advisory Committee may adopt other rules as needed.
Neither chapter 10 of title 5 nor any rule, order, or regulation promulgated under that chapter shall apply to the Advisory Committee.
The Advisory Committee shall consult with the National Institute of Standards and Technology in its work on developing recommendations under paragraphs (2) and (3) of subsection (c).