I will ask the secretariat to check this. If we are missing something I will ask the secretariat to recirculate it. If we have not received something referred to, it will be circulated.
No. 667C is correspondence, dated 7 June 2017, from an individual on the public services card. The committee is being copied on this correspondence, which was sent to the Taoiseach. It is not directed to us, we were just sent a copy.
No. 668C, correspondence dated 6 July 2017, is from the Department of Justice and Equality on the appointment of a coroner for south and east Kerry. This is in response to a request for information following receipt of correspondence from an individual who queried the appointment. The correspondence confirms a deputy coroner was appointed and arrangements for the future provision of coronial services in south and east Kerry are not yet completed. I propose sending the response to the member of the public who wrote to us and that this matter is now closed.
No. 669C is correspondence dated 6 July 2017 from Professor Philip Nolan, the president of Maynooth University, on an explanatory note on procurements, as requested by the committee. We thank him for this and recognise Maynooth University was one of the exemplary third level institutions which has produced up to date financial statements and a proper consolidation. We acknowledge its good work and if others did so we would in a better position. We note the correspondence.
No. 672C is correspondence from John Kearney, chief executive of Cavan and Monaghan Education and Training Board, on premises for Cavan VEC. This is in response to a request for information following receipt of correspondence from an individual who queried the procurement. I propose sending the response to the member of the public who made the inquiry. Is that agreed? Agreed
Nos. 673C, 674C, 675C and 676C are correspondence from Deputies with observations on the third level report, which was launched yesterday. We note the correspondence. These are earlier emails we have received since the last public meeting when we considered correspondence on the matter, some of which worked their way into the final report and some of which did not. The report has been published. These are from members of the committee regarding input into the draft report on third level education, which we launched on Tuesday.
No. 677C is correspondence, dated 7 July 2017, from Deputy Josepha Madigan on her appointment as chair of the Committee on Budgetary Oversight. I thank Deputy Madigan for her contribution to the work of the Committee of Public Accounts and wish her well as Chairman of the committee.
No. 678C is correspondence, dated 7 July 2017, from the Oireachtas ICT unit on technical issues regarding email notifications to members. A file was sent to us by email, but it was too big to be received and we did not receive notification it had been sent to us. We were in the dark. We discussed this earlier. We note the correspondence.
No. 680C is correspondence, dated 7 July 2017, from Shaun Purcell, chief executive of Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education and Training Board, to advise that draft accounts for 2015 will be submitted to the Comptroller and Auditor General in the week beginning 10 July. The Comptroller and Auditor General will do the audit in due course.