One or more standing or case-specific committees can be added to a case review step when creating a case or when editing a case. You can either add a whole new case review step and assign a committee to it, or add multiple committees to a case review step if more than one committee needs access to the case at the same time.
If multiple committees have access to a case at the same case review step, members of each committee will have access to the case documents and responses to candidate forms at the same time, but committee instructions, voting records and conversations will always remain separate and distinct to each individual committee, no matter how many committees have access to a case at a given step in the workflow.
Committee Managers and Evaluators with only one committee assignment will see the instructions, voting records and conversations for their assigned committee at a given step. Committee Managers and Evaluators with more than one committee assignment can toggle their view to see the instructions, voting records and conversations for each of their assigned committees.
This article explains how to add committees from the Case Review Steps page, but the process is the same when creating a workflow of case review steps while creating a case.
You can also add multiple committees to an existing step if more than one committee needs access to the case at the same step
In the example below two committees have been added to the case review step "School Level Review."