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ORGANISATION SET UP TO IMPROVE SCRUTINY ROLE

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An organisation which aims to refine and improve the role of scrutiny in public services has been launched....
An organisation which aims to refine and improve the role of scrutiny in public services has been launched.

The Centre for Public Scrutiny will analyse different approaches to scrutiny - focusing on accountability, responsiveness and the perspective of customers and the public.

The centre was set up by the

Improvement & Development Agency in partnership with the Department of Health, the London Assembly and Deloitte & Touche.

Initially, the centre is likely to be based at IDeA. A director is currently being recruited.

Leader of the House of Commons Robin Cook and Labour MP Tony Wright, who chairs the centre, were due to speak at the launch.

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