National Commission on Governance in the Public Sector
House of Lords | Parliament Square | Westminster | London | SW1P 3AA
20 November 2019
15:30 - 17:00
About the Parliamentary Event: National Commission on Governance in the Public Sector
Over the next two years, GGI will be supporting and sponsoring a National Commission set up to examine the role governance could play in the development of the public sector over the next decade. The relationship between the citizen and the state is changing fundamentally. The changing environment, the challenges of data and the impact of technology is demanding new thinking on outcomes by corporate leaders.
The National Commission will draw on a wide range of perspectives, voices and sources of stimulus and challenge. It will seek evidence from thought leaders and also hear from citizens and stakeholders whose voices are critical to the future. In 2019, the Commission will publish a Green Paper in the late autumn and, in 2020, produce a series of recommendations of national value.
The Commission brings together a highly experienced group of peers, leaders from across the public sector, and international knowledge experts. They will be joined by others with informed contributions to make on themes such as place, technology and the human impact of change.
Sir Ian Andrews
Dr John Bullivant
Professor Mervyn King
Lord Richard Newby
Baroness Glenys Thornton
Baroness Mary Watkins
Dr Charles Tannock
Convened and facilitated by Mark Butler, Director of Development at GGI