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Inquiry status: inquiry concluded
The Public Administration Select Committee carried out an inquiry into the ways that members of the public can get involved in the development of government policy, particularly the use of digital platforms to encourage direct participation.
For the evidence session with Rt Hon Francis Maude MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office, questions were submitted via Twitter.
Committee publishes two responses in one volume
Public Administration Select Committee advocates "wiki-style" policy-making
Public Administration Select Committee continues inquiry
Public Administration Select Committee launches #AskMaude twitter hashtag for you to submit your own questions
Public Administration Select Committee continue inquiry
PASC holds evidence session with David Babbs
PASC calls for evidence on its new inquiry