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    forum vs committee


    Was wondering if there was a better word. We have a meeting consisting of departmental heads that need to approve or provide other actions based on a submission of request for a software change. We are a smallish software company. We used to call it a Software Change Control Forum. Revising the TOR now and giving the name a rethink. Is committee the best? Council or commission would not be the right choice given previous articles

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    Re: forum vs committee

    Committee would be fine. The important thing is that the term is understood by the company.

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