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Oral evidence sessions concluded, Report in progress
The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) is carrying out an inquiry into the Government's plans for public service reform and the wider public service reform agenda.
PASC take evidence on Monday 17 March 2014
PASC take evidence on Citizens and Public Services
PASC to take evidence on Public Service Reform
More time to submit your written evidence
The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) is conducting an inquiry into the citizen and public services—the Government’s plans for public service reform and the wider public service reform agenda
Evidence given by Rt Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State, and Rt Hon Oliver Letwin MP, Minister for Government Policy, Cabinet Office
Evidence given by Joe Irvin, Chief Executive, NAVCA, Joe Fowler, Director of Commissioning, Sheffield City Council, Sharon Squires, Director, Sheffield First, and Sue White, Chief Executive, Sheffield Voluntary Action.
Evidence given by Ian Downie, Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships, Serco, Sean Williams, Managing Director, G4S Contact, Employment, Investigation and Resourcing Solutions, Joe Hemming, Senior Vice President, Public Sector, Atos, and Patrick Smith, Market Director, Central Government, Capita; Danny Kruger, Chief Executive, Only Connect, Charlotte Ravenscroft, Head, Policy and Research, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and Kerrie Eastman, Chief Operations Officer, Streets2Homes (at 10.30 am).
Evidence given by Andrew Haldenby, Director, Reform, Allison Ogden-Newton, Chief Executive Officer, Transition Institute, Ben Lucas, Chair, Public Services, RSA, Sonia Sodha, Head, Public Services, Which?, and Sir Merrick Cockell, Chairman, Local Government Association; Karen Jennings, Assistant General Secretary, UNISON, Clive Maxwell, Chief Executive, Office of Fair Trading, and John Tizard, Public Services Consultant (at 10.30 am).