The Problems in Daniel and Revelation Committee (branded as DARCOM) was a General Conference authorized set of meetings in the 1980s. It included representatives from prominent Adventist universities in the United States, the Adventist Review, the Biblical Research Institute, the Ellen G. White Estate, and General Conference administration. The committee was slated to address a variety of issues in the books of Daniel, Revelation, Leviticus, and Hebrews that have plagued the Adventist Church for decades.
A couple decades prior to this, a nine-member committee met for the “Committee on Problems in the Book of Daniel” and produced roughly 50 manuscripts, but no minutes.
While major works have been published since these committees (ie: The Sanctuary and the Atonement by the Biblical Research Institute), the problem passages in these books still remain.