The Committee was established on 22 June 2011
with a remit to examine legislation and hold the Welsh Government
to account by scrutinising its expenditure, administration and
policy, encompassing economic development; transport and
infrastructure; employment; higher education and skills; and
research and development, including technology and science.
Getting involved with Committees
Video – Eluned Parrott AM
talks about the recent work of the Committee and how to get
In order to
help you prepare your written or oral evidence to the Committee, we
have produced some guidance
in partnership with Chwarae Teg.
response to the Committee’s Rugby report will be
debated in plenary on 3 February.
has finished taking evidence on its Potential of the Maritime
Economy in Wales inquiry. The report is due for publication in the
has completed its evidence gathering on Bus and Community Transport
Services in Wales. The report is due for publication in the spring
undertook Post-legislative scrutiny on the Active Travel (Wales)
Act 2013. The Committee hosted a stakeholder event in the Pierhead
Building on 20 January, followed by a formal
scrutiny session with the Minister for Economy, Science
will hold a one-day session on the Pressures facing the Steel
Industry in Wales on 3 March.