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Agenda and minutes

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Items
Note No. Item

(14.00)

1.

Introductions, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

Minutes:

1.1       The Chair welcomed Members of the Committee.

1.2       There were no apologies.

(14.00)

2.

Paper(s) to note

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

2.1 The papers were noted.

2.2 The Committee agreed:

·       NHS Wales Health Board’s Governance: Additional information from Healthcare Inspectorate Wales – to ask HIW for a further update on voluntary lay reviewers in summer 2017; and

·       Scrutiny of Accounts: Additional information from Careers Wales – to seek further clarification as to the rationale as to why all the previous local authority pension schemes have not been merged into one.

 

2.1

NHS Wales Health Board’s Governance: Additional information from Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (10 October 2016)

Supporting documents:

2.2

Hospital Catering and Patient Nutrition: Letter from Mike Hedges AM, Chair of Petitions Committee (17 October 2016)

Supporting documents:

2.3

Scrutiny of Accounts: Additional information from the Welsh Government (17 October 2016)

Supporting documents:

2.4

Scrutiny of Accounts: Additional information from Careers Wales (19 October 2016)

Supporting documents:

2.5

NHS Wales Health Board’s Governance: Additional information from the Welsh Government (21 October 2016)

Supporting documents:

(14.05 - 14.20)

3.

Rail Services: Auditor General for Wales report

Research Briefing

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 1 – Auditor General for Wales report

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 2 – Welsh Government Response to the Auditor General for Wales report

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

3.1 The Committee agreed that as the Economy, Infrastructure and Skills (EIS) Committee are scheduled to undertake an inquiry into rail services, Public Accounts Committee would not undertake an inquiry.  Members agreed that the Chair would write to the Chair of EIS Committee requesting that issues highlighted in the discussion be included in their inquiry.

(14.20-14.30)

4.

Coastal flood and erosion risk management in Wales: Correspondence

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 3 – Letter from the Chair to the Welsh Government (26 September 2016)

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 4 – Letter from the Welsh Government to the Chair (24 October 2016)

 

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

4.1 The Committee agreed to undertake a short inquiry into this issue specifically looking at strategic overview.

(14.30-14.50)

5.

Housing Associations: Scoping paper on possible inquiry

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 5 – Scoping paper

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

5.1 The Members considered and discussed the scoping paper regarding a possible inquiry into housing associations.

5.2 Members agreed to undertake an inquiry subject to inclusion of additional terms of reference.

(14.50 - 15.20)

6.

Implications for Wales of Britain exiting the European Union

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 6 – Scoping Paper

PAC(5)-07-16 Paper 7 – Correspondence with External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

6.1 The Members considered and discussed the scoping paper regarding a possible inquiry into implications for Wales of Britain leaving the European Union.

6.2 Members asked the Clerking Team to revise the paper and bring back to Committee for further consideration.

 

 

 

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