Truth to power: how Civil Service reform can succeed - Public Administration Committee Contents


List of printed written evidence


1  Shrinking the State ESRC Research Project (CSR 1)  Ev 205

2  Public and Commercial Services Union (CSR 4)  Ev 206

3  FDA (CSR 6)  Ev 210

4  Cabinet Office (CSR 9)  Ev 216

5  Supplementary written evidence submitted by FDA (CSR 22)  Ev 217  

6  Patrick Diamond, Professor David Richards,Professor Martin Smith (CSR 11)   Ev 222

7  Dr Suzy Walton (CSR 12)  Ev 225

8  Sir John Elvidge (CSR 13)  Ev 226

9  Professor Howard Elcock, AcSS (CSR 15)  Ev 229

10  Dr Chris Gibson-Smith (CSR 16)  Ev 231

11  Dr Ruth Levitt and Wiiliam Solesbury (CSR 17)  Ev 233

12  Active Operations Management International LLP (CSR 20)  Ev 236

13  Association for Project Management (CSR 21)  Ev 239

14  Dr John Parkinson (CSR 23)   Ev 241

15  Civil Service Commission (CSR 24)   Ev 243

16  Professor Matthew Flinders, Professor Chris Skelcher, Dr Katherine Dommett and Dr Katherine Tonkiss (CSR 25)  Ev 250

17  Professor the Lord Norton of Louth (CSR 26)  Ev 251

18  Rt Hon Jack Straw MP (CSR 27)  Ev 254

19  Sir David Normington, First Civil Service Commissioner (CSR 28)  Ev 256

20  Additional written evidence submitted by Cabinet Office (CSR 29)  Ev 258

21  Additional written evidence submitted by Dr Ruth Levitt and William
Solesbury (CSR 30)   Ev 260

22  Derek Jones, Permanent Secretary, Welsh Government (CSR 31)  Ev 263

23  Scottish Government (CSR 32)  Ev 268

24  Universities of Exeter, Cardiff and Kentucky (CSR 33)  Ev 270

25  Sir Bob Kerslake (CSR 34)  Ev 272

26  Cabinet Office (CSR 35)  Ev 280

27  Professor Andrew Kakabadse (CSR 36)  Ev 281

28  Sir Alan Beith, Chair of Liaison Committee (CSR 37)  Ev 282


 
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