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Lessons learned: Delivering value from government investment in major programmes


Both the Committee and the National Audit Office (NAO) scrutinise how major projects are delivered, including inquiries on resetting of Government programmes and lessons from major projects and programmes.

As part of this theme, the NAO’s report on delivering value from Government investment in major programmes looks at a small selection of projects, including High Speed 1 and the Millennium Dome, to identify lessons Government can learn to generate value from major programmes.

Based on the NAO report, the Committee will take evidence from HM Treasury and the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, on subjects including:

  • Examples of best practice in generating economic, social or environmental value;
  • How to place such benefits at the heart of project design and delivery;
  • How to review and evaluate delivery.

  If you have evidence on these issues, please submit it here by 23:59 on 6 March 2024.

Please look at the requirements for written evidence submissions and note that the Committee cannot accept material as evidence that is published elsewhere.

This inquiry is currently accepting evidence

The committee wants to hear your views. We welcome submissions from anyone with answers to the questions in the call for evidence. You can submit evidence until Wednesday 6 March 2024.

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