Tomorrow I will be presenting at the PASC inquiry on Public Engagement in Policy Making, along with Mike Bracken from Government Digital Service and Professor Nigel Shadbolt from Southampton University.
This second evidence session in the Committee’s inquiry into public engagement will provide an opportunity to explore the Government’s practical proposals for the implementation of a new “open” model of policy making, and its commitment to becoming “digital by default”.
Particular issues to be explored may include:
To view Involve’s PASC evidence submission, please click here to download the submission.
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