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Government response to Committee's Further Report published on 20 June 2012.
The Public Administration Select Committee has launched an inquiry into the role of the Head of the Civil Service. The inquiry covers the implications for the Civil Service of the recent announcement on the reorganisation of the highest level of Civil Service management following the retirement of Sir Gus O’Donnell on 31 December 2011.
Issues and Questions paper for inquiry ( PDF 155 KB)
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Government response to Committee's Further Report (PDF)
Public Administration Committee comments on new arrangements at top of Civil Service
PASC to publish report: Leadership of Change
PASC holds evidence session on role of the Head of the Civil Service
Final evidence session on new role of the Head of the Civil Service
What will the new role of the Head of the Civil Service be?
Pasc to hold evidence session on the role of the Head of the Civil Sevice
PASC hold evidence session on 8 November 2011
PASC holds evidence session on the role of the Head of the Civil Service
PASC seeks written evidence by 4 November
Select Committees carry out inquiries on areas ranging from the work of government departments to economic affairs. The results of these inquiries are public and many require a response from the government.