blue ribbon commission

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Noun1.blue ribbon commission - an independent and exclusive commission of nonpartisan statesmen and experts formed to investigate some important governmental issue
commission, committee - a special group delegated to consider some matter; "a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours" - Milton Berle
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Despite the Blue-Ribbon Panel on Standard Setting for Private Companies recommendation to create an independent board to build the blueprint for private company standards, the Financial Accounting Foundation's board has proposed (www.
WASHINGTON -- The National Institutes of Health plans to tighten restrictions on outside consulting by its scientists, closely following the recommendations of an agency-convened blue-ribbon panel.
However, should Bush lose his re-election bid, the Social Security reform debate will grind to a halt as the new president will establish a blue-ribbon panel to vet his ideas, stalling the reform debate for another four years.
That's not my conclusion it is the view of a blue-ribbon panel appointed by the Conservative Government.
An active IABC volunteer leader, Martell has served several times on IABC's international board, and as director of IABC's Canada District 2, president of IABC/Atlantic Canada and blue-ribbon panel judge with IABC's Gold Quill awards program.
1) "Clean Bill of Health for Vinyl Toys and Medical Devices," Blue-ribbon Panel chaired by Dr.
Now, a blue-ribbon panel convened by the National Research Council in Washington, D.
The ULI 1997 Real Estate Forecast: Outlook by Sector, Area, and Enterprise is based on year-end data, surveys of hundreds of ULI Council members, the analyses and opinions of local market experts, and a blue-ribbon panel of reviewers who, together, comprise the leading investors, owners, and advisors in the real estate industry.
Fisher, former chairman, president and chief executive officer of NBD Bancorp, Detroit, was chosen from five finalists by a blue-ribbon panel of judges, including Richard Barton, president of U.
The Daily News reported Thursday that a blue-ribbon panel had estimated that it would cost $12 billion over the next decade to end Los Angeles County's homeless problem.
In DC014, Investment Company Institute Organizes Blue-Ribbon Panel to Examine Personal Trading Issues in Mutual Fund Industry, moved earlier today, the second graph, fifth line, should read "Managing Partner of Lord, Abbett & Co.
EE Times ACE Awards are presented in 18 categories and are judged by a blue-ribbon panel of industry experts, comprised of the leading voices of academia, industry and Wall Street executives.