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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) is appointed by the House of Commons to examine: constitutional issues; the quality and standards of administration provided by Civil Service departments; and the reports of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO). It is chaired by William Wragg MP. You can follow the Committee on Twitter @CommonsPACAC

These pages only show information for this committee from the start of 2020 onwards. Earlier information can be found on the previous version of the UK Parliament website.

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15 current inquiries

Inquiries allow committees to consider oral and written evidence on a particular topic. They usually result in the publication of a report.

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Latest publications

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First Report - The role and status of the Prime Minister’s Office
Inquiry The role and status of the Prime Minister’s Office
Committees Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
HC 67
Report
Response to this report
Third Special Report - The role and status of the Prime Minister’s Office: Government Response to the Committee’s First Report
HC 710
Government Response
Third Special Report - The role and status of the Prime Minister’s Office: Government Response to the Committee’s First Report
Inquiry The role and status of the Prime Minister’s Office
Committees Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
HC 710
Government Response
Fourth Report - Appointment of William Shawcross as Commissioner for Public Appointments
Inquiry Pre-appointment Hearing: The Commissioner for Public Appointments
Committees Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
HC 662
Report

Contact us

  • Email: pacac@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 3268 (General Enquiries) / 020 7219 8430, 07834 172 099 (Media Enquiries)
  • Address: Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA