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National Assembly for Wales Business: Thursday 13 June 2019

In Plenary

The National Assembly for Wales is not sitting in plenary

In Committee

Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee (9:00am, Edinburgh)
The Committee will be undertaking an informal visit to Scotland to inform its inquiry, 'Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery'.

Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (9:15am, Committee Room 2)
General scrutiny: Evidence session with Hywel Dda Local Health Board
Witnesses: Steve Moore, Chief Executive, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Joe Teape, Deputy Chief Executive / Director of Operations, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Karen Miles, Director of Planning, Performance and Commissioning, Hywel Dda University Health Board and Dr Phil Kloer, Medical Director and Director of Clinical Strategy, Hywel Dda University Health Board

General scrutiny: Evidence session with Powys Teaching Health Board
Witnesses: Carol Shillabeer, Chief Executive, Powys Teaching Health Board, Hayley Thomas, Director of Planning and Performance, Powys Teaching Health Board, Eifion Williams, Director of Finance, Powys Teaching Health Board and Rhiannon Jones, Director of Nursing, Powys Teaching Health Board

Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee (9:25am, Committee Room 3)
Access to Banking: Access to Services
Witnesses: Thomas Docherty, Head of Public Affairs Nations & Regions, Which?, Sue Jude, Regional Director for Wales, National Federation of Sub Postmasters, Greg Lewis, Banking Product Manager, Post Office Ltd and Michael Norman, External Affairs, Post Office Ltd

Access to Banking: Access to ATMs
Witnesses:Thomas Docherty, Head of Public Affairs Nations & Regions, Which?, Sue Jude, Regional Director for Wales, National Federation of Sub Postmasters, Greg Lewis, Banking Product Manager, Post Office Ltd, Michael Norman, External Affairs, Post Office Ltd  and Mary Buffee, Head of Consumer Affairs, LINK

Finance Committee (9:30am, Scott Room, Royal Society of Edinburgh)
Legislative budget process
Witnesses: David Eiser, Adviser to the Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee, Prof. Michael Danson,  Professor of Enterprise Policy, Heriot-Watt University, Dr Angela O'Hagan, School for Business and Society, Glasgow Caledonian University, Caroline Gardner, Auditor General for Scotland and Mark Taylor, Audit Director, Audit Scotland

Consideration of proposals to amend the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013
Witnesses: Caroline Gardner, Auditor General for Scotland and Diane McGiffen, Chief Operating Officer, Audit Scotland

Interview

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