B. SELECT COMMITTEE ATTENDANCE, WORK,
The Committee was nominated on 28 July 1997.
It had 9 Members and held 17 meetings. This included
1 meeting held concurrently with the House of Lords Library and
Computers Sub-committee (abbreviated to 'CM' in the attendance
|Allan, Mr Richard (Chairman)||17 (including 1 CM)
|Bruce, Mr Ian||13 (including 1 CM)
|Collins, Mr Tim||5
|Connarty, Mr Michael||9 (including 1 CM)
|Gerrard, Mr Neil||15 (including 1 CM)
|Miller, Mr Andrew||15 (including 1 CM)
|Osborne, Mrs Sandra (discharged, 14.2.00)
|Prosser, Mr Gwyn (added, 14.2.00)||7
|Sawford, Mr Philip||2
|Stewart, Mr Ian||13 (including 1 CM)
|Overall attendance:|| 62.7%
|Number of Members added:||1
|Number of Members discharged:||1
|Turnover of membership during the Session:
Clerk of the Committee: Mrs Sarah Davies, Senior Clerk (Band
Secretary: Mrs Karen Georgiou/Mrs Helen Agnew, Secretary (Band
Specialist Advisers during the Session
Professor R J Hynds.
Oral evidence was given during the Session by the following categories
| Members of Parliament
| Members of the House of Lords
||1*||Parliaments in the Information Age conference
||1*||Second European Conference for Parliamentarians on Information and Communications Technologies
* Travel in a representative capacity
Visits to European Institutions
Reports and Minutes of Evidence
|Title||HC No. (1999-2000)
||Date of publication
||No. of pages
|First Report: The Future of the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology
|Second Report: Information Technology Provision for Members
Government replies to Reports for Session 1998-99
Minutes of Proceedings
The Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee for Session 1998-99
were published on 22.3.00 as HC 906, Session 1998-99. The Minutes
of Proceedings of the Committee for Session 1999-2000 will be
published as HC 784, Session 1999-2000.
The following Report was debated in the House:
First Report, Session 1999-2000, The Future of the Parliamentary
Office of Science and Technology, 21.11.00.
Oral evidence was taken at 1 of the Committee's 17 meetings.
On this occasion, no evidence was taken in private.
|Inquiry||No. of oral evidence sessions
|The Future of the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology