The Director of General Services may create special advisory committees to advise the director with regard to specific problems which may arise in providing centralized services to state agencies. The director shall appoint the members thereof and they shall serve at his pleasure. He shall also designate the chairman and vice chairman thereof. The committees shall be under the direction of the director and shall be wholly advisory in character and shall not be delegated any administrative authority or responsibility. Members of such committees shall serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for any actual and necessary expenses incurred in connection with the
performance of their duties under this section.
Such committees shall act only in an advisory capacity for the purpose of discussing specific problems relating to providing centralized services and making recommendations in regard thereto to the director.