|(a) The Board may appoint advisory committees from outside the Board's membership to advise the Board as it may deem necessary, and the Commissioner may appoint advisory committees from outside the Board staff to advise the staff as the Commissioner may deem necessary. (b) The use of advisory committees by the Board or by the Commissioner shall be in compliance with the provisions of Texas Government Code, Chapter 2110 regarding the composition and duration of committees, the reimbursement of committee member's expenses, the evaluation of committees, and the reporting to the Legislative Budget Board. (c) An advisory committee is automatically abolished on the fourth anniversary of the date of its creation unless it has a specific duration prescribed by statute. A written statement shall be prepared by the Commissioner or his or her designee for each advisory committee setting forth the purpose of the committee, the task of the committee, the manner in which the committee will report to the Board or the Commissioner, the date on which the committee is created, and the date on which the committee will automatically be abolished. The written statements shall be maintained on file in the Board offices. At each quarterly Board meeting the Commissioner shall report to the Board any advisory committees created or abolished by effect of this rule since the previous quarterly meeting.