- not already be under examination by the Committee as part of another inquiry (see the Committee’s website for details of current work)
- be capable of being covered in two hours of oral evidence, with two panels of witnesses (the second panel normally being Ministers or officials, no more than four witnesses on any panel)
- be timely
- not relate to individual cases/any matters before the Courts or Tribunals.
Monday, 16 February 2009
What do you want to see scruntinised?
The House of Commons Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Committee is issuing an open call for topics suitable for an oral evidence hearing in Westminster in April or May this year. The Committee - which includes members from the former Education and Skills Committee and the Science and Technology Committee - has a remit to look at all matters within the responsibility of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. Topics must be within this remit and should also: