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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
No longer accepting written submissions.
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee will hold its annual scrutiny session with the Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman Rob Behrens on 12 December 2017. The Committee will hear from Mr Behrens about the Ombudsman's work and use of resources in 2016-17 and his strategy for the coming years.
We invite written submissions from the public and interested organisations on:
The deadline for submissions was Wednesday 22 November.
Those wishing to submit evidence should be aware that the Committee cannot examine individual cases. Written evidence should focus on the quality and value for money of the PHSO's service, and its future strategy, and therefore should not include detailed descriptions of individual cases. Submissions that do not meet these criteria or fail to address the issues set out above may not be accepted by the Committee.
Evidence given by Rob Behrens, Ombudsman, and Amanda Campbell, Chief Executive, Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman .
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee hears on the Ombudsman’s work and use of resources