What is PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE (PAC)?

A committe of considerable power who examines the auditors reports to make sure that any government funding to the various departments of government is used in the correct manner and according to the government guidelines. A PAC or Public Accounts Committe will vary in numbers, in the UK for example there are 15 members from parliament and also the opposition leader is on the committee.

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