Consultation on the draft statutory guidance: Corporate Joint Committees (CJCs)
Q1. Generally, does the draft guidance provide an appropriate level of support to CJCs to out in place the necessary arrangements for the proper administration and governance of the CJC?
Q2. Does Chapter 1 provide sufficient/appropriate guidance on the membership and constitution of CJCs?
Q3. Does Chapter 2 provide sufficient/appropriate guidance on matters relating to the staffing and workforce of a CJC?
Q4. Does Chapter 3 provide sufficient/appropriate guidance on CJC meeting and proceedings?
Q5. Does Chapter 4 provide sufficient/appropriate guidance on the governance and scrutiny within, and of, a CJC?
Q6. Does Chapter 5 provide sufficient/appropriate guidance on the funding, finance and budgetary matters of a CJC?
Q7. Does Chapter 6 provide sufficient/appropriate guidance on the other statutory duties listed for CJCs?
Q8. We would like to know your views on the effects that the guidance would have on the Welsh language, specifically on opportunities for people to use Welsh and on treating the Welsh language no less favourably than English.
What effects do you think there would be? How could positive effects be increased, or negative effects be mitigated?
Q9. Please also explain how you believe the guidance could be formulated or changed so as to have positive effects or increased positive effects on opportunities for people to use the Welsh language, and on treating the Welsh language no less favourably than the English language, and ensure there are no adverse effects on opportunities for people to use the Welsh language.
Q10. We have asked a number of specific questions on the draft guidance. If you have any related issues which we have not specifically addressed, please enter here: