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Pay policy latecomers' will still be scrutinised, warns McGuinness

Voluntary hospitals and health service agencies that have belatedly complied with Government pay policy will not escape the scrutiny of Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
15th December, 2013

Voluntary hospitals and health service agencies that have belatedly complied with Government pay policy will not escape the scrutiny of Public Accounts Committee (PAC), Committee chairman John McGuinness has warned.

McGuinness said the Public Accounts Committee would sit again on Thursday to assess the HSE's report on meetings it held late last week with Section 38 agencies.

''It is not a question of whether they are compliant today. If they have not been compliant we want...

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