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104 STAT. 1266 PUBLIC LAW 101-501—NOV. 3, 1990 (3) TERM OF APPOINTMENT. —A member of the Council who is appointed to fill a vacancy occurring prior to the expiration of the term for which the predecessor of such member was appointed shall be appointed only for the remainder of such term. (1) REAPPOINTMENT.— Each member of the Council shall be eligible for reappointment to the Council. (g) EXPIRATION OF TERM.—Each member of the Council may serve after the expiration of the term of membership until the successor of such member has taken office. (h) TRAVEL EXPENSES. —Each member of the Council, while serving on business of the Council away from the home or regular place of business of such member, may be allowed subsistence in the same manner as the expenses authorized by section 5703 of title 5, United States Code, for individuals in the Government service employed intermittently. President. (i) CHAIRPERSON.— The President shall designate the Secretary of Health and Human Services to serve as the Chairperson of the Council. In the event that the Secretary chooses to designate the functions of Chairperson under this subsection, such designation may only be made to the Commissioner. (j) MEETINGS.— Not less than once during each 6-month period, the Chairperson of the Council shall call a meeting of the Council. (k) DUTIES OF THE COUNCIL.—The Council shall— (1) advise and assist the President on matters relating to the special needs of young individuals; (2) review, evaluate, and inventory on a continuing basis Federal policies, programs and other activities affecting young individuals that are conducted or assisted by all Federal departments and agencies for the purpose of appraising the value and the impact of such policies, programs, and activities on the lives of young individuals, and of identifying duplication of services for young individuals and the families of such individuals; (3) make recommendations to the President, the Secretary, the Commissioner, the Committee on Education and Labor of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Labor and Human Resources of the Senate concerning changes in such policies and programs that can streamline services, reduce duplication of services and encourage the coordination of services provided to young individuals and the families of such individusds at the State and local level; and (4) provide public forums, including public hearings, conferences, workshops, and other meetings, for discussing and publicizing the problems and needs of young individuals and obtaining information relating to such individuals. (1) STAFF. — The Chairperson shall appoint staff personnel to assist the Chairperson in carrying out the duties required under subsection (k). (m) INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE. —The head of each Federal department and agency shall make available to the Chairperson such information and other assistance as the Chairperson may require to carry out the duties required under subsection (k). (n) REPORTS.— (1) SUBMISSION TO THE PRESIDENT, — In fiscal year 1992 and each fiscal year thereafter, the Chairperson shall prepare and submit—