It would be helpful to the Commission if they understood that Geoffrey Jackson as a Governing Body member does not authorize policy and procedure and it is only when he and other Governing Body members unite together that this is done.
I bet the Governing Body are sorry now that they clarified the workings of the FDS only recently by making it clear that it is only the GB members working together that constitute the FDS whereas when they first introduced the new doctrine in 2013 they were not so clear.
Here is the latest clarity on the FDS from Watchtower 2015 3/15 pages 7 -11
<<6 Third, consider some of our recent refinements in understanding. For example, our clarified understanding of “the faithful and discreet slave,” published in the July 15, 2013, Watchtower, thrilled us. (Matt. 24:45-47) It was explained that the faithful slave is the Governing Body, while the “domestics” are all those who are fed spiritually, whether of the anointed or of the “other sheep.” (John 10:16) What a delight it is to learn such truths and to teach them to new ones! In what other ways has Jehovah shown that he approves of teaching in a simple, clear way?>>
It would be helpful for the Commission to understand the concept because if they ask Jackson a question regarding his authority he will answer that he has no authority, if they ask him whether the FDS does then he is more likely to give a much different answer.
For instance, they might ask him 'Do you have authority to make changes to the religions understanding of the two witness rule (or the composition of the JC etc.) He would answer No, he did not. If they were to ask him the same question but instead said "Does the Faithful Slave have the authority etc.