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Report published (PDF 1.64 MB) on 25 July 2012 and Government Response (PDF 189 KB) published 17 July 2014. Inquiry concluded.
The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) inquired into the role of the operation of the Business Appointment Rules and the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACoBA).
Public Administration Select Committee Government Response published 17 July
Public Administration Select Committee publishes report
Public Administration Select Committee takes evidence
PASC takes evidence from Rt Hon Francis Maude MP
PASC hold evidence session on Business Appointments.
PASC holds evidence session on Business Appointments
PASC holds second evidence session.
Public Administration Committee takes evidence on Business Appointment Rules
PASC calls for evidence on the role of ACoBA