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Press Notice No. 28 of Session , dated 7 March TWENTY-EIGHTH REPORT: EXTENDING ACCESS TO LEARNING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY: UFI AND THE LEARNDIRECT SERVICE (HC ) Mr Edward Leigh MP, Chairman of the Committee of Public Accounts, said today. TWENTY-EIGHTH REPORT: DELIVERING BETTER VALUE FOR MONEY FROM THE PRIVATE FINANCE INITIATIVE (HC ) Mr Edward Leigh MP, Chairman of the Committee of Public Accounts, today said that overwhelming arguments for or against the PFI are not to be found: PFI deals can lead to substantial benefits but have, at times, been pursued . twenty-eighth report: network rail: making a fresh start (hc ) Mr Edward Leigh MP, Chairman of the Committee of Public Accounts in the previous Parliament, said today: "The Department for Transport has taken on more responsibility for strategy and brought in new binding arrangements with Network Rail to improve industry planning and network. Government responses to the Committee of Public Accounts on the Twenty Second to the Twenty Fifth and the Twenty Eighth reports from Session Cm February from Session Accounting Officers operate within the principles of Green Book and Managing Public Money., In.
Seventh, the Twenty Eighth, the Thirty First, the Thirty Second and the Thirty Fourth Reports from the Committee of Public Accounts - Session 27th Report: Charges for customer telephone lines 28th Report: Fight against Malaria 31st Report: Border Force: securing the border. 32nd Report: Whole of Government Accounts Committee of Public Accounts Access to General Practice in England Twenty-eighth Report of Session –16 Report, together with formal minutes relating to the report Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 29 February 1 Committee of Public Accounts, Thirty-third Report of Session –07, Assessing the value for money of Twenty-eighth Report Government preparations for digital switchover HC (Cm ) Nineteenth Report from the Committee of Public Accounts HC Title: Microsoft Word - BBC Procurement CRC Click here to view the Government's reply to the 27th Report of the Public Accounts Committee: 1 July Twenty-eighth Report: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency: Trust Statement Report Click here to view the Treasury Minutes on the 3rd Report of the Public Accounts Committee: 16 December Session
Proceedings of the Committee. Reports of the Committee. Interpretation. Short title. An Act to establish the Public Accounts Committee to examine the audited accounts of all offices and courts of the Federation and the Auditor-General’s report thereon and other detailed matters. [ No. 8.] [3rd April, ) [Commencernent.] 1. Here you can browse documents of the Public Accounts Committee arranged with the most recently published document at the top of each section. Session Reports Oral and Written Evidence Uncorrected Oral Evidence. Public Accounts Committee (PAC) refers to a committee in the legislature that must study public audits, invite ministers, permanent secretaries or other ministry officials to the committee for questioning, and issue a report of their findings subsequent to a government budget audit. Typically, the government is required to report back to parliament on PAC recommendations . The Committee published its report on 2 November This is the Government response to the Committee’s report. Background resources • NAO report: Disposal of public land for new homes - a progress report - Session –17 (HC ) • PAC report: Disposal of public land for new homes - Session –17 (HC ).