Private Finance Projects inquiry continues

03 November 2009

The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee inquiry into Private Finance Projects and off-balance sheet debt continues at 3.35 pm

Appearing before the Committee will be:

  • Lord Crisp, former permanent secretary at Department of Health
  • Rachel Lomax, former permanent secretary at Department for Work and Pensions
  • Sir John Gieve, former permanent secretary at the Home Office, and
  • Amyas Morse, Comptroller and Auditor General, National Audit Office.

The inquiry will consider many aspects of the use of Private Finance arrangements including an assessment of the performance of PFI schemes and how future payments by the Government under PFI should be recorded in public sector accounts.

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