Advisory Committee Reviews
The General Assembly finds that advisory committees are beneficial to government since they help involve private citizens in the daily operations of government and provide the government with a system for utilizing the expertise of its citizens.
We review and analyze a review committee's composition, mission and accomplishments to determine whether the committee has fulfilled its statutory mandate(s) and whether there is a need for its continued existence. See the statute at section 2-3-1203, C.R.S.
The review process involves soliciting and receiving input from interested parties and stakeholders. Anyone can provide input on a current review.