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The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) launched an inquiry on 15 December 2010 into the government’s plans to reform the civil service as part of its wider interest in good governance.
Current status: two reports published and further report published including government responses.
Agenda for Leadership Report
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Call for evidence ( PDF 621 KB) published on 15 December 2010
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PASC calls for evidence for its inquiry into Civil Service Reform
PASC publishes Government response to Civil Service reform.
PASC to publish further report on Civil Service Reform
Public Administration Select Committee publishes report
Public Administration Committee publishes evaluations of plans for structural change
Third session of the Public Administration Select Committee's inquiry into Civil Service Reform
PASC holds evidence session on Civil Service Reforms
PASC holds evidence session on Tuesday 25 January
PASC start new inquiry into Civil Service Reform
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