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List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament


All publications from the Committee are available on the Committee's website at www.parliament.uk/pasc. The reference number of the Government's response to each Report is printed in brackets after the HC printing number.

Session 2013-14
First Special Report   Public Trust in Government Statistics: A review of the operation of the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007: Government and UK Statistics Authority Responses to the Committee's Ninth Report of Session 2012-13 HC 77
Second Special Report Special advisers in the thick of it: Government Response to the Committee's Sixth Report of Session 2012-13 HC 515
First ReportCommunicating statistics: not just true but also fair HC 190 (HC 573)
Second ReportPublic engagement in policy-making HC 75 (HC 986)
Third ReportThe role of the CharityCommission and "public benefit": Post-Legislativescrutiny ofthe Charities Act 2006 HC 76 (HC 927)
Fourth ReportEngaging the public inNational Strategy HC 435 (HC 986)
Fifth ReportAppointment of the Chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life HC 516
Sixth ReportGovernment Procurement HC 123 (HC 1015)
Seventh Report Migration Statistics HC 523
Eighth ReportTruth to Power: how Civil Service reform can succeed HC 74 (HC 955)
Ninth ReportLatest proposals for ministerial involvement in permanent secretary appointments: PASC's recommendations HC 1041
Tenth ReportStatistics and Open Data: Harvesting unused knowledge, empowering citizens and improving public services HC 564
Eleventh ReportThe failure of the Cabinet Office to respond to our Report on the Business Appointment Rules HC 1156
Twelfth ReportMore complaints please! HC 229
Thirteenth ReportCaught red-handed: Why we can't count on Police Recorded Crime statistics HC 760

Session 2012-13
First Special Report   Public Appointments: regulation, recruitment and pay: Government Response to the Committee's Fourteenth Report of Session 2010-12 HC 18
Second Special Report Leadership of change: new arrangements for the roles of the Head of the Civil Service and the Cabinet Secretary: Further Report: Government Response to the Committee's Twenty Third Report of Session 2010-12 HC 313
Third Special Report Strategic thinking in Government: without National Strategy, can viable Government strategy emerge? Government Response to the Committee's Twenty Fourth Report of Session 2010-12 HC 573
Fifth Special Report The Prime Minister's Adviser on Ministers' Interests: independent or not? Government Response to the Committee's Twenty Second Report of Session 2010-12 HC 976
First ReportThe Big Society: Further Report with the Government Response to the Committee's Seventeenth Report of Session 2010-12 HC 98
Second ReportThe Honours System HC 19
Third ReportBusiness Appointment Rules HC 404
Fourth ReportAppointment of the Chair of the Charity Commission HC 315-I
Fifth ReportEnd of term report: 2011-12 HC 316
Sixth ReportSpecial advisers in the thick of it HC 134
Seventh ReportThe Honours System: Further Report with the Government Response to the Committee's Second Report of Session 2012-13 HC 728
Eighth ReportThe Role of the Cabinet Secretary and the Resignation of the Chief Whip HC 864
(HC 968)
Ninth ReportPublic Trust in Government Statistics, A review of the operation of the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 HC 406

Session 2010-12
First Report  Who does UK National Strategy? HC 435 (HC 713)
Second ReportGovernment Responses to the Committee's Eighth and Ninth Reports of Session 2009-10: Goats and Tsars: Ministerial and other appointments from outside Parliament and Too Many Ministers? HC 150
Third ReportEquitable Life HC 485 (Cm 7960)
Fourth ReportPre-appointment hearing for the dual post of First Civil Service Commissioner and Commissioner for Public Appointments HC 601
Fifth ReportSmaller Government: Shrinking the Quango State HC 537 (Cm 8044)
Sixth ReportWho Does UK National Strategy? Further Report with the Government Response to the Committee's First Report of Session 2010-11 HC 713
Seventh ReportSmaller Government: What do Ministers do? HC 530 (HC 1540)
Eighth Report Cabinet Manual HC 900 (HC 1127,
Cm8213)
First Special Report Cabinet Manual: Government Interim Response to the Committee's Eighth Report of Session 2010-12 HC 1127
Ninth ReportPre-appointment hearing for the post of Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman HC 1220-I
Tenth ReportRemuneration of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman HC 1350
Eleventh ReportGood Governance and Civil Service Reform: 'End of Term' report on Whitehall plans for structural reform HC 901 (HC 1746)
Twelfth ReportGovernment and IT — "a recipe for rip-offs": time for a new approach HC 715-I (HC 1724)
Thirteenth ReportChange in Government: the agenda for leadership HC 714 (HC 1746)
Fourteenth ReportPublic Appointments: regulation, recruitment and pay HC 1389
Fifteenth ReportSmaller Government: What do Ministers do? Further Report with the Government Response to the Committee's Seventh Report of Session 2010-12 HC 1540 (HC 1746)
Sixteenth ReportAppointment of the Chair of the UK Statistics Authority HC 910
Seventeenth Report The Big SocietyHC 902
Eighteenth ReportChange in Government: the agenda for leadership: Further Report, with the Government Responses to the Committee's Eleventh, Thirteenth and Fifteenth Reports of Session 2010-12 HC 1746
Nineteenth ReportLeadership of change: new arrangements for the roles of the Head of the Civil Service and the Cabinet Secretary HC 1582
Twentieth ReportGovernment and IT-"a recipe for rip-offs": time for a new approach: Further Report, with the Government response to the Committee's Twelfth Report of Session 2010-12 HC 1724
Twenty First Report Future oversight of administrative justice: the proposed abolition of the Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council HC 1621
Twenty Second Report The Prime Minister's adviser on Ministers' interests: independent or not? HC 1761
Twenty Third Report Leadership of change: new arrangements for the roles of the Head of the Civil Service and the Cabinet Secretary, Further Report, with the Government Response to the Committee's Nineteenth Report of Session 2010-12 HC 1914
Twenty Fourth Report Strategic thinking in Government: without National Strategy, can viable Government strategy emerge? HC 1625



 
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