The principal power of a scrutiny committee is to influence the decisions to be made by the organisations involved in delivering services. The scrutiny committee gathers evidence on proposals and makes recommendations based on its findings.
Aims & Objectives:
- To assess risk and interpret information and data from a wide range of sources.
- To constructively challenge and improve performance of existing MoUs.
- To act objectively and on the basis of evidence.
Benefits for Users:
Scrutiny ensures that decision-making processes are clear and accessible to the the people taking decisions are held accountable for those decisions.