Parliamentary Adviser

I am frequently asked to provide expert advice or evidence to parliamentary bodies in the UK and have appeared before committees concerned with all four jurisdictions – Britain, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. I believe I have appeared before parliamentary committees more frequently than any other UK academic in my field and possibly any other academic.

(2012)

House of Lords Constitution Committee – Oral and written evidence – Civil Service Accountabilit

House of Lords Constitution Committee (Private Seminar) – Civil Service Accountability

(2010)

Public Administration Select CommitteeSmaller Government: Shrinking the Quango State

Treasury CommitteeBudget 2010 (March)

(2009)

Public Administration Select Committee – Public Administration and the Fiscal Squeeze

Public Administration Select Committee – Good Government

Northern Ireland Assembly Finance CommitteeEfficiency

(2008)

Treasury CommitteeBudget 2008

(2007)

Public Administration Select CommitteeSkills for Government

Public Administration Select CommitteeMachinery of Government

Treasury Sub-Committee – Efficiency

Treasury Committee – Comprehensive Spending Review 2007

Treasury Committee – Comprehensive Spending Review 2007: prospects and processes

Treasury Committee – Budget Report 2007

Treasury Committee – Pre Budget Report 2007

(2006)

Treasury Committee – Budget 2006

Treasury CommitteePre Budget Report 2006

(2005)

Treasury CommitteePre Budget Report 2005

Public Administration Select CommitteeCivil Service Effectiveness

(2004)

Treasury CommitteeSpending Review 2004

(2003)

Welsh Affairs CommitteeDraft Public Audit (Wales) Bill

Scottish Parliament Finance Committee  – Budget Setting and Financial Scrutiny: Experiences in Devolved/Regional Governments

(2002)

Treasury CommitteeSpending Review 2002

(2001)

Treasury CommitteePre Budget Report 2001

Treasury CommitteeSpending Review 2000

(1999)

Treasury Committee  – Public Service Agreements

Public Service Committee – Ministerial Accountability and Responsibility

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