Public Accounts Committee

Interserve 'very different' to Carillion
Following Carillion's demise, the government is developing a 'playbook' to guide public outsourcing © PA Images
Whitehall seeks more supplier financial checks post Carillion
The report cast doubt on whether authorities had the infrastructure to manage a no-deal scenario © PA Images
‘Already too late’ to prepare for no-deal Brexit
“The impact of last year’s generic drug price increases should have served as a wake-up call to Government,” said PAC chair Meg Hillier. ©Tyler Olson/stock.adobe.com
MPs worried over post-Brexit drug supply
In April, the MoD was criticised for announcing a German armoured personnel carrier, the Boxer, as its preferred choice to equip strike brigades without holding a competitive tender ©PA images
MoD increases competitive tenders
PAC launched its investigation into the government’s strategic suppliers after the sudden collapse of Carillion ©REUTERS/stock.adobe.com
Government outsourcing a ‘merry-go-round’ of big suppliers
Whitehall ‘shouldn’t be satisfied’ with private sector relationship
'Fuzzy thinking' over PFI contract benefits
John Collington said he would never tell a supplier their profit margins on a contract were unsustainable ©UK Parliament
'Not Whitehall’s job to ensure a supplier's profit margin'
TCS was awarded the contract to design, build and run DBS’s the new IT system in 2012 ©PA
Safeguarding contract a 'masterclass in incompetence'
A review of the government’s risk assessments showed missed opportunities to deal with problems ©PA Images
Carillion risk ratings show 'slow and clunky' system
President Putin has repeatedly denied state involvement in hacking ©PA
Cyber attack warning from UK authority