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Public services: lessons from coronavirus

Inquiry

In our first inquiry, the Committee will examine what the experience of the coronavirus outbreak can tell us about the future role, priorities and shape of public services. The inquiry will focus on four key areas: the integration of services; inequalities in access and outcome; the relationship between local and national services; and the role of civil society—the private sector, charities, volunteers and community groups—during coronavirus.

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22 July 2020
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Government Statistical Service, Information Commissioner's Office, Information Commissioner's Office, and NHSX
Committees Public Services Committee
Oral Evidence
22 July 2020
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Public Health England, The Lord O'Donnell GCB, and Ministry of Defence
Committees Public Services Committee
Oral Evidence
15 July 2020
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Centre for Cross-Border Studies, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, and Bevan Foundation
Committees Public Services Committee
Oral Evidence
Witnesses London Borough of Camden
Committees Public Services Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Zebra Technologies Europe Limited
Committees Public Services Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Michael Ashe (Chief Executive at Volunteer Centre Kensington & Chelsea)
Committees Public Services Committee
Written Evidence

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