An ad hoc committee is a committee set up to study a particular problem.
An ad hoc committee is an organization specially established to deal with a particular subject.
As early as at the founding of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Conference on Disarmament on the Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space, China submitted to it a paper on China's Position on the Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space (CD/579).
Congress may also use an ad hoc committee to inquire into a particularly delicate problem, as it did in the case of the Watergate investigation in 1973 and the Iran-Contra scandal in 1987.
In addition, several permanent and ad hoc committees perform various duties for the Board.
This is an ad hoc committee specially established to deal with a particular subject.
Ambassador MacKay of again assumed the Chair of the Ad Hoc Committee.