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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Report published; Government Response received.
How the Civil Service builds the skills of its future leaders is central to the quality of government in the UK. The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee's recent inquiry into Civil Service Effectiveness welcomed the emphasis that the Civil Service places on developing its future capacity. But it found that provision was piecemeal and an overarching, coordinating body was conspicuous by its absence. The Committee therefore committed to holding a further inquiry into these issues.
The Committee can now announce a new inquiry into "Strategic Leadership in the Civil Service: Building Future Capacity".
The Committee welcomes written submissions addressing the following questions:
Evidence given by Stephen Lovegrove CB, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence and Chair, Civil Service Learning and Leadership Board, Rupert McNeil, Civil Service Chief People Officer, Clare Moriarty, Permanent Secretary, Department for Exiting the European Union and Nick Borwell, Interim Director, Civil Service Leadership Academy