The Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) database is used by Federal agencies to
continuously manage an average of 1,000 advisory committees government-wide This
database is also used by the Congress to perform oversight of related Executive
Branch programs and by the public, the media, and others, to stay abreast of important
developments resulting from advisory committee activities.
Committee Management Secretariat Website
Common Questions about Federal Advisory Committees
FACA Database (Version 1 - 1997 - 2013)
Visitor Count: 1,595,593
Although centrally supported by the General Services Administration's Committee
Management Secretariat, the database represents a true "shared system" wherein each
participating agency and individual committee manager has responsibility for providing
accurate and timely information that may be used to assure that the system's wide
array of users has access to data required by FACA.