PASC takes evidence on public engagement in policy-making

20 November 2012

This second evidence session in the Committee's inquiry into public engagement will provide an opportunity to explore the Government’s practical proposals for the implementation of a new "open" model of policy-making, and its commitment to becoming "digital by default".

Particular issues to be explored may include:

  • The implications for the civil service of a move to "open" policy-making and "digital by default"
  • The respective roles of Government and other organisations in promoting, enabling and supporting "open" policy-making
  • How the success or failure of an "open" model of policy-making should be measured.


At 9.30am, Tuesday 20 November 2012, Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster

  • Mike Bracken, Executive Director, Government Digital Service
  • Simon Burall, Director, Involve
  • Professor Nigel Shadbolt, Southampton University

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