Micro-managing FTP ‘will clog up system’
Wednesday 30th January 2013, 10:00AM GMT.
Scrutiny of the States’ big savings initiative should be left to the Public Accounts Committee instead of bogging it down in detail, its champion has said.
Treasury minister Gavin St Pier’s defence of the Financial Transformation Programme followed results of a snap-shot survey by the Guernsey Press that showed while 21 politicians were unequivoally behind the programme, 20 were willing to consider changes.
Many made comments about a lack of transparency and information in the process.
A range of amendments have been submitted ahead of today’s debate to that effect.
‘My view is that the PAC is there to perform a scrutiny role and determine whether there is value for money in what government does,’ he said.
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