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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Report published. Awaiting Government response
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee is launching its annual scrutiny into the work of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) in the financial year 2017/18.
In January it will take evidence from the team that carried out the independent peer review of the PHSO published on 12 November, the Ombudsman Rob Beherns and the PHSO’s Chief Executive Amanda Campbell.
The Committee is inviting written submissions by 20 December 2018 on:
The PHSO’s annual report for 2017/18 is available from its website.
Evidence given by Rob Behrens, Parliamentary & Health Service Ombudsman, Amanda Campbell, Chief Executive, Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publishes report scrutinising the PSHO for the year 2017-18