11 April 2016: IPSA PUBLISHES REPORTS ON ANNUAL SURVEY AND 2015 GENERAL ELECTION ADMINISTRATIVE LESSONS
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) has today (Tuesday 12 April 2016) published a report of key findings from the 2015 annual survey of MPs and their staff.
You can find a copy of the key findings report on our website via this link.
IPSA has conducted an annual survey of MPs and their staff for several successive years in an effort to gain feedback on the organisation’s work, systems, and processes. The 2015 survey gauges the opinions of MPs and their staff on the 2015 General Election programme and the work of IPSA over the year more generally.
Also published today is an Administrative Lessons report for the 2015 General Election programme. This report focuses on the planning and administration of IPSA’s work on the General Election and the effectiveness of the support provided. The report identifies what went well and what could have been done better.
You can find a copy of the General Election report on our website via this link.
For more details contact IPSA's Press Office.
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Notes to editors
- IPSA surveys MPs and their staff annually. Reports on past surveys can be found on the IPSA website here.