The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) will take evidence on public service reform from major Government contractors and charities in an evidence session on Tuesday 28 January 2014
Tuesday 28 January 2014; Committee Room 15
- Ian Downie, Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships, Serco
- Sean Williams, Managing Director of G4S Contact, Employment, Investigation and Resourcing Solutions
- Joe Hemming, Senior Vice President, Public Sector, Atos
- Patrick Smith, Market Director, Central Government, Capita
At 10.30 approx
- Kerrie Eastman, Chief Operations Officer, Streets2Home
- Danny Kruger, Chief Executive, Only Connect
- Charlotte Ravenscroft, Head of Policy and Research, National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)
Purpose of session
The evidence session is the second session of the Committee’s Citizens and Public Services Inquiry which aims to scrutinize the Government’s plans for public service reform and consider the wider public service reform agenda.
The Committee will first hear from four businesses involved in the delivery of public services: Atos, Capita, G4S, and Serco. For the second panel the Committee will hear from two small charities: Only Connect and Streets2Homes, as well as the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
Particular issues to be explored may include:
- the opportunities for local communities to get involved in public service design and delivery
- whether the Government has successfully devolved power away from Whitehall and into local communities
- how businesses and charities delivering public services can be held to account
The @CommonsPASC Twitter account will be live tweeting the session, using the #PublicServices hashtag.