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The Tribal Issues Advisory Group (TIAG) is established by the United States Sentencing Commission (Commission) as an ad hoc advisory group to the Commission under 28 U. S. C. § 995 and Rule 5. 4 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
Corporate America Has Turned To the Issuer Advisory Group.
Advisory groups are also both a conduit and an early warning system for stakeholder outrage; they’re a two-way communications medium and a venue for visibly giving in; and of course they give advice. After reviewing the purposes of advisory groups, this column focuses on two contentious issues: who should be in the advisory group, and what its prerogatives should be. The column makes a case for flexible membership (“chaotic is probably better than stultified”) and for inviting extremists to join.