(1) monitor, coordinate, and promote the plans, programs, and operations of the departments
and agencies of the Federal Government that may contribute to the establishment and
growth of women's business enterprise;
(2) develop and promote new public sector initiatives, policies, programs, and plans
designed to foster women's business enterprise;
(3) review, monitor, and coordinate plans and programs, developed in the public sector,
which affect the ability of women-owned businesses to obtain capital and credit;
(4) promote and assist, as appropriate, in the development of surveys of women-owned
(5) design a comprehensive plan for a joint public-private sector effort to facilitate
growth and development of women's business enterprise, which plan shall, not later
than 1 year after October 22, 1994, be submitted to the President for review.
The Interagency Committee shall meet not less than biannually at such times as the
Interagency Committee determines to be necessary to perform the duties under subsection
(a). A majority of the members of the Committee shall constitute a quorum for the approval
of recommendations or reports issued pursuant to this section.
(c)Interaction with Council
In performing its duties under subsection (a), the Interagency Committee shall consult
with the Council. The Interagency Committee may meet jointly with the Council at the discretion of
the chairperson of the Interagency Committee and the chairperson of the Council, but
not less frequently than twice annually. The chairperson of the Interagency Committee shall serve as chairperson of any
joint meetings of the Interagency Committee and the Council.
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