News - 2016

Former PCF Chair Chris Banks responds to PAC report on oversight of arm’s-length bodies

November 08 2016

Former PCF Chair Chris Banks responds to PAC report on oversight of arm’s-length bodies

The Former Chair of PCF, Chris Banks, haspublished a piece in Civil Service World looking at the recent… more »

PAC report released on departments’ oversight of arm’s-length bodies

November 04 2016

PAC report released on departments’ oversight of arm’s-length bodies

The Public Accounts Committee have released their report on oversight of arm’s length bodies.… more »

PCF member-led seminar: ‘If I had my time again – capturing lessons learnt’

October 17 2016

PCF member-led seminar: ‘If I had my time again – capturing lessons learnt’

We were delighted to welcome members to the Institute for Government on 13 October 2016 to share challenges… more »

NAO report: Departments’ oversight of ALBs

July 05 2016

NAO report: Departments’ oversight of ALBs

This morning the NAO have published their latest report ‘Departments’ oversight of ALBs’ which… more »

DEPARTMENTS’ OVERSIGHT OF ARM’S LENGTH BODIES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

July 01 2016

DEPARTMENTS’ OVERSIGHT OF ARM’S LENGTH BODIES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

The National Audit Office looked at four departments that oversee a large number of ALBs: Department… more »

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June 29 2018

Giving evidence to Select Committees

Giving evidence to a select committee can be a daunting experience, so PCF members are joined by Chair of the Justice Committee, Bob Neill MP, and Dr…  more »

July 17 2018

How to prepare for a new administration, with Lord Kerslake

Mindful of the uncertain times we are operating in, we welcome the experience of Lord Kerslake,  now a cross-bench life peer, a former Head of…  more »

Working effectively with department Non-Executive Directors

September 24 2018

Working effectively with department Non-Executive Directors

Lead Government Non-Executive Director, Sir Ian Cheshire, examines how the department and public body NEDs can ensure they make best use of their expertise.

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