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Special-Purpose Advisory Commission

A time-limited independent body created by government in order to provide advice to government.

(Ian D. Clark and David Trick. “Advising for impact: lessons from the Rae review on the use of special-purpose advisory commissions.” Canadian Public Administration 49.2 (Summer 2006).)

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In Ontario, such bodies have been called task forces, commissions, committees and advisory panels.
     
Special-Purpose Advisory Commission

A time-limited independent body created by government in order to provide advice to government.

(Ian D. Clark and David Trick. “Advising for impact: lessons from the Rae review on the use of special-purpose advisory commissions.” Canadian Public Administration 49.2 (Summer 2006).)

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In Ontario, such bodies have been called task forces, commissions, committees and advisory panels.

Approved for glossaryposting by Ben Eisen on January 8, 2011


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