Select Committee on Public Accounts Minutes of Proceedings Report


MONDAY 18 MARCH 2002

  Members present:

  Mr Edward Leigh, in the Chair


  
Mr Richard BaconMr Brian Jenkins
Mr Ian DavidsonMr David Rendel
Geraint DaviesJon Trickett
Mr Barry GardinerMr Alan Williams

Sir John Bourn KCB, Comptroller and Auditor General, was further examined.

The Committee deliberated.

Mr Rob Molan, Second Treasury Officer of Accounts, was further examined.

The Comptroller and Auditor General's Report on e-Revenue (HC 492) was considered.

Sir Nicholas Montagu KCB, Chairman, Inland Revenue, was further examined; Mr Barry Glassberg, Director of e-Services, and Mr Terry Hawes, Programme Director, Inland Revenue, were examined; Mr Philip Gibby, Account Director, National Audit Office, was examined (HC 707-i).

Draft Report (Better Public Services through Joint Working), proposed by the Chairman, brought up and read.

Ordered, That the draft Report be read a second time, paragraph by paragraph.

Paragraphs 1 and 2 read and agreed to.

Paragraph 3 postponed.

Paragraphs 4 to 35 read and agreed to.

Postponed paragraph 3 read and agreed to.

Resolved, That the Report be the Twenty-eighth Report of the Committee to the House.

Ordered, That the Chairman do make the Report to the House.

Ordered, That the provisions of Standing Order No. 134 (Select Committees (Reports)) be applied to the Report.  

Another draft Report (Non-competitive Procurement in the Ministry of Defence), proposed by the Chairman, brought up and read.

Ordered, That the draft Report be read a second time, paragraph by paragraph.

Paragraphs 1 to 3 read and agreed to.

Paragraph 4 postponed.

Paragraphs 5 to 25 read and agreed to.

Postponed paragraph 4 read and agreed to.

Resolved, That the Report be the Twenty-ninth Report of the Committee to the House.

Ordered, That the Chairman do make the Report to the House.

Ordered, That the provisions of Standing Order No. 134 (Select Committees (Reports)) be applied to the Report.

[Adjourned until Monday 25 March at half past Four o'clock.





 
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