FACA Committee Purpose & Justification The information in this plan was imported from the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) database and transformed into StratML Part 1, Strategic Plan, format. Fiscal Year:2011 Committee Type: Other Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Consumer Goods DOC 909730c4-f544-415d-a825-9e7f3a7c98fb [21407]: http://www.ita.doc.gov/itac Department of Commerce [12]: http://www.doc.gov Sponsoring Agency Beneficiary Mr. John Bernards Executive Director Emeritus, International Association of Skateboarding Companies Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Michael A. Campagna President and COO, Peerless Industries, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Jim B. Clawson President, JBC International; Consultant Representing The Wine Institute Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Pedro DeJesus Jr. Senior VP for Tampico Beverages Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Robert C. Fay President, The Fay Group, Representing Merit Industries Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Manuel Gonzalez VP, Proctor & Gamble Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Timothy K. Hoelter Harley-Davidson Motor Company Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Carter E. Keithley President, Toy Industry Association, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Brian T. Leber President, Leber Jeweler Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Patrick J. McDonough Esq. Legal Advisor, Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart, Representing Libbey, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Hugh J. Rushing Cookware Manufacturers Association Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Thomas F. St. Maxens President, St. Maxens & Company, Representing Mattel, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Catherine Suttmeier Esq. Oneida Ltd. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. John C. Thompson The Hall China Company Committee Member Representative Performer Not Available 0642b966-4854-4bb2-a7e8-40004bc011bc ITAC 4 advises the Department of Commerce, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), and other government agencies involved in trade concerning trade matters referred to in Sections 101, 102, and 124 of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended; with respect to the operation of trade agreements once entered into; and with respect to other matters arising in connection with the development, implementation, and administration of the trade policy and priorities of the United States. In particular, ITAC 4 provides detailed policy and technical advice, information, and recommendations of the U.S. Government regarding trade barriers, and implementation of trade agreements negotiated under Sections 101 and 102 of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended, and Sections 1102 and 1103 of the 1988 Trade Act, which affect the products of its sector and performs such other advisory functions relevant to U.S. trade policy as may be requested by the Department of Commerce or the USTR or their designees. 65136838-64f5-43f8-8c18-1029f17714e8 Recommandations Not Available 52ca334a-3884-45b0-bede-65d96fd80633 Make, Accept, Implement e22de131-1783-40a3-9746-9e1b3d4b37cd 18a8f980-08f4-4193-8af6-95a9bd17a2ac Recommendations Made Number Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Consumer Goods Department of Commerce Unspecified n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 On average 3-4 recommendations are submitted annually. However, in FY09 no formal ITAC 4 recommendation were submitted, but most advice is rendered orally to the negotiators during meetings. 0 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 053e412f-b6a9-4a77-ad15-eef6c8bcc532 Recommendations Fully Accepted Percentage Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Consumer Goods Department of Commerce For a variety of its own reasons not applicable to the Committee, the agency may implement all/most of the recommendations, but few times recommendations are not implemented. n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 No measureable calculation. Committee members that give advice to U.S. trade negotiators, typically do not receive feedback from negotiators regarding how their advice has been applied or utilized within the various bi-lateral and multi-lateral trade negotiations. 0 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 5b277f06-4737-4b2c-bd84-f59eadfc87c2 Recommendations Partially Accepted Percentage Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Consumer Goods Department of Commerce There are sometimes a few proposals which were not funded in their entirety, those few being scaled back from their original level of requested funding (allowable under the program). n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 No measurable calculations is possible, as recommendations are mostly given during meetings. Section 135 of the Trade Act of 1974 provides that portions of the advisory committee meetings be exempted from the requirements of subsections (a) and (b) of Sections 10 and 11 of the Federal Advisory Committee Act under the authority delegated by the U.S. Trade Representatives because meetings concern matters the disclosure of which would seriously compromise the development ability of the U.S. Government’s trade policy and priorities, negotiating objectives and bargaining positions with respect to the operation of any trade agreement and other matters arising in connection with the development, implementation, and administration of the trade policy of the United States. 0 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 2013-07-09 http://explore.data.gov/resource/datasets/c5i3-bb9j Gannon (J.) Dick gannon_dick@yahoo.com Submit error.