Digital scrutiny - call for evidence
The Commission is collecting evidence for the second of its key themes: digital scrutiny. Evidence on the legislation theme is still welcome.
These are the issues we would like to hear your views on:
- The role of technology in helping Parliament and other agencies to scrutinise the work of government
- The role of technology in helping citizens to scrutinise the Government and the work of Parliament
- The nature and format of information and data about Parliament and government that is published online
It’s not necessary to respond to all of these. Feel free to concentrate on the issues you think are most important, or which you have most to say on.
We will publish evidence submitted on this site: please let us know if there is a reason you would prefer to submit evidence privately.
How to have your say
Contributions by email from everyone and in any format is welcome: videos, blog posts as well as more formal notes.
- Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post comments: Commission on Digital Democracy web forum
- Tweet: @digidemocracyuk
Whilst it would help us to have received evidence on digital scrutiny by the end of May, we recognise that the themes overlap and you may prefer to cover two or more themes in a single response at any point over the next few months. We will shortly be publishing a single call for evidence covering our last three themes.