House of Commons Session 2012-13
Select Committees

Public Administration Committee - Written Evidence

CONTENTS: Future of the Civil Service

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1. The Universities of Birmingham and Sheffield ‘Shrinking the State’ ESRC Research Project (CSR 1)
2. Dr Andrew Blick, Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, King’s College London (CSR 2)
3. Prospect (CSR 3)
4. Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) (CSR 4)
5. Institute for Government (CSR 5)
6. First Division Association (FDA) (CSR 6)
7. Project Management Institute (CSR 7)
8. Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) (CSR 8)
9. Cabinet Office (CSR 9)
10. Martin Surr (CSR 10)
11. Written evidence submitted by Mr. Patrick Diamond, Professor David Richards and Professor Martin Smith (CSR 11)
12. Dr Suzy Walton (CSR 12)
13. Sir John Elvidge (CSR 13)
14. Mark Balchin (CSR 14)
15. Professor Howard Elcock (CSR 15)
16. Dr Chris Gibson-Smith (CSR 16)
17. Dr Ruth Levitt and William Solesbury, Visiting Senior Research Fellows, Dept of Political Economy, Kingís College London (CSR 17)
18. D H Owen (CSR 18)
19. Philip Virgo (CSR 19)
20. AOMi (CSR 20)
21. Association for Project Management (CSR 21)
22. Supplementary FDA (CSR 22)
23. John Parkinson (CSR 23)
24. Civil Service Commission (CSR 24)
25. Professor Matthew Flinders (University of Sheffield), Professor Chris Skelcher (University of Birmingham), Dr. Katharine Dommett (University of Sheffield) & Dr Katherine Tonkiss (University of Birmingham) (CSR 25)
26. Professor the Lord Norton of Louth, Professor of Government, University of Hull (CSR 26)
27. Rt Hon Jack Straw MP (CSR 27)
28. Civil Service Commission (CSR 28)
29. Written evidence submitted by Cabinet Office on Second Call for Evidence (CSR 29)
30. Dr Ruth Levitt and William Solesbury, Visiting Senior Research Fellows, Department of Political Economy, King’s College, London (CSR 30)Dr Ruth Levitt and William Solesbury, Visiting Senior Research Fellows, Department of Political Economy, King’s College, London (CSR 30)
Derek Jones, Permanent Secretary, Welsh Government (CSR 31)

 

 


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