The National Assembly for Wales’ new Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee was established in June 2016.
Our remit is to examine legislation and hold the Welsh Government to account by scrutinising expenditure, administration and policy matters, encompassing (but not restricted to): economic development; transport; infrastructure; employment; skills; and research and development, including technology and science.
More detail on the wider roles and responsibilities of Assembly Committees is set out in the report “Committees in the Fifth Assembly” (PDF 235KB) laid before the Assembly on 23 June 2016.
Invitation to contribute to the consultation
In order to help inform its Forward Work Programme, the Committee is interested in hearing your views on what the priorities of the Committee should be during the Fifth Assembly.
On no more than two sides of A4, please set out what you think should be priority areas for the committee, including whether there is any work done by previous committees of the Assembly that you think we should review or follow up. Please see guidance for those providing evidence for committees. The Committee welcomes responses in Welsh or English from both individuals and organisations.
We will be planning our work programme in Autumn 2016 so we are asking for all suggestions to reach us by 1 September 2016.
Disclosure of information
The Assembly’s policy on disclosure of information is available, please ensure that you have considered these details carefully before submitting information to the Committee.
Should you wish to speak to someone regarding this consultation, please use the below contact details:
Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee