Planning and Priorities Advisory Committee
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PPAC is the acronym for Planning and Priorities Advisory Committee. An ad hoc committee, the Priorities Committee to Advise the President, was established in 1972 to make recommendations in the area of programs and resources allocation (human, financial, physical) with the purpose of restoring the Institute's financial stability and maintaining its educational integrity and effectiveness. Dr. George Korey, Vice-President Administration, was Chairman. It is probable that later in the 1970s, this Committee became the Planning and Budgeting Review Committee (PBRC). The PBRC, in turn, became the Planning and Priorities Advisory Committee (PPAC) in the late 1980s. Until new information becomes available on the official links (if any) between the Priorities Committee to Advise the President and the PBRC/PPAC, all records pertaining to these committees will be arranged under this group, i.e. PPAC or Group 39.