105 STAT. 72 PUBLIC LAW 102-22 —MAR. 28, 1991 5 USC 5408 note. SEC. 3. STUDY AND REPORT. (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF REVIEW COMMITTEE, — The Office of Personnel Management shall establish a Performance Management and Recognition System Review Committee to review the Performance Management and Recognition System (established under chapter 54 of title 5, United States Code) and advise the Office on any improvements needed in that system. (b) MEMBERSHIP.—(1) The Committee shall consist of such mem- X bers as the Office considers appropriate, including representatives of organizations that include in their membership employees who are covered under the Performance Management and Recognition System, and representatives of agencies employing such employees. (2) The Chairman of the Committee shall be appointed by the Director of the Office, and may be paid (except as provided by the first sentence of paragraph (3)) at a rate determined by the Director, not to exceed the maximum rate of basic pay for the Senior Executive Service. (3) The members of the Committee who are otherwise employees of the Federal Government (including the Chairman, if applicable) shall not receive any additional pay for their service on the Committee. Members of the Committee who are not otherwise employees of the Government (other than the Chairman, if applicable) shall not be paid for their service on the Committee and shall not be considered employees of the Federal Government for any purpose by reason of their service on the Committee. (c) STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT. —The Office may provide staff and administrative support for the Committee. (d) COORDINATION. —In carrying out its responsibilities under this section, the Committee shall coordinate its efforts with those of the Pay-for-Performance Labor-Management Committee (established under section HI of the Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act of 1990) to the extent those committees consider appropriate. (e) REPORT. —The Committee shall submit a report with its recommendations to the Director of the Office on November 5, 1991, or such other date as the Director may determine. Approved March 28, 1991. LEGISLATIVE mSTORY—H.R. 1316: HOUSE REPORTS: No. 102-20 (Comm. on Post Office and Civil Service). CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 137 (1991): Mar. 19, considered and passed House and Senate.