An appendix offers 33 pages of statutes, including the Freedom of Information Act, the Privacy Act, and the Federal Advisory Committee Act.
What does FACA stand for?
FACA stands for Federal Advisory Committee Act
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We have 27 other meanings of FACA in our Acronym Attic
- Forward Area Collection & Electronic Countermeasures Study
- Forward Air Controller (Airborne)
- Forward Air Controller-Airborne (also abbreviated FACA)
- Federal Acquisition Certification-Contracting
- Fractional Area Change for the Free Wall
- Forward Air Control Post
- Forward Air Controller/Forward Observer
- Field Artillery Command and Control
- Florida Advanced Center for Composite Technologies
- Farmstead & Artisan Cheese Alliance (Pennsylvania, USA)
- Federal Assignment of Claims Act
- Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas
- Fellow of the American College of Apothecaries (Memphis, TN)
- Financial Assurance for Corrective Action
- Florida Animal Control Association
- Florida Association for Community Action
- Florida Association of County Attorneys, Inc
- Florida Athletic Coaches Association
- Football Association Coaches Association
- Force Air Coordination Area
Samples in periodicals archive:
District Court for the District of Maryland, contends that the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are violating the Federal Advisory Committee Act, the Administrative Procedure Act, the Affordable Care Act, and the U.
Restore balance and transparency to peer review, Congress passed the Federal Advisory Committee Act to ensure that, when private sector parties gather in committees to advise the government, the resulting consultations are disclosed to the public and the committees reflect a balance of views on the issues.
Two House members have introduced legislation aimed at closing "loopholes" in the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA).
The Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) was enacted in 1972, in part, because of concerns that special interests had too much influence over federal agency decision makers.
In their article "Assessing the Reliability and Credibility of Industry Science and Scientists," Barrow and Conrad (2006) demonstrated a sophisticated understanding of the nuances of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (1972).
Congress passed the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) (3) in 1972 to regulate the ad hoc commissions and panels that periodically issue advice and recommendations to our federal government.