This excerpt taken from the HBI 8-K filed Sep 5, 2006.
17.01 The Employee Benefits Administrative Committee
The Board of Directors of the Company has appointed the Committee, consisting of three (3) or more individuals, to consolidate the powers and duties of administration of the employee benefit plans and programs maintained by the Company. Each appointee to the Committee shall serve for as long as is mutually agreeable to the Company and to the appointee. A majority of the members of the Committee have the power to act on behalf of the Committee. The Committee may delegate any of its responsibilities hereunder, by designating in writing other persons to advise it with regard to any such responsibilities. Any person to whom the Committee has delegated any of its responsibilities also may delegate any of its responsibilities hereunder, subject to the approval of the Committee, by designating in writing other persons to carry out its responsibilities under the Plan, and may retain other persons to advise it with regard to any of such responsibilities. The Committee and any delegate of the Committee hereunder may serve in more than one fiduciary capacity. The Committee and its delegates may allocate fiduciary responsibilities among themselves in any reasonable and appropriate fashion, subject to the approval of the Committee. Except as otherwise specifically provided and in addition to the powers, rights and duties specifically given to the Committee elsewhere in the Plan and the Trust Agreement, the Committee shall have the following powers, rights and duties:
for ensuring that procedures safeguarding the confidentiality of all Participant decisions and directions relating to purchase, sale, tendering and voting (as described in Subsection 9.06) of shares of Sara Lee Stock and Hanesbrands credited to such Participants Accounts are sufficient and are being followed.