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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Accepting written submissions; the deadline is Friday 1 December 2017. We cannot guarantee that any evidence submitted after this date will be taken into account in the inquiry.
This inquiry continues the unfinished inquiry 'The Work of the Civil Service', which had to be concluded with an interim report as a result of the snap election.
This inquiry will focus more closely on how Ministers and civil servants work together. This reflects research based on extensive interviews with serving and former ministers, SpAds and Civil Servants conducted for the Committee over the past year.
The Committee will also focus on the present context, which is the Civil Service’s capability and capacity to cope with leaving the EU.
Evidence given by Frances Maude, Former Minister for the Cabinet Office, and Baroness Finn, former Government adviser on Civil Service reform; Oliver Letwin MP, former Minister for Government Policy, Cabinet Office (at 10.30am).
Professor Andrew Kakabadse, Henley Business SchoolJulian McCrae, Institute for Government Sir Ian Cheshire, Government Lead Non-Executive Director
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee hears from former ministers about the effectiveness of the Civil Service