I will see is there anything we have today. There is correspondence from Mr. Aidan O'Driscoll, Secretary General of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, providing information, reference No. 12878B. We will hold it over until the next meeting.
The next item is No. 1287, from Mr. John McKeon, Secretary General of the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, regarding the Department determining the employment status. It is substantial documentation. We must hold that over also.
Correspondence No. 1289 is from Ms Katherine Licken, Secretary General of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, regarding information for Foras na Gaeilge moving into a new building. We will hold that over until next week.
The next item, No. 1291, is from Mr. Ray Mitchell from the HSE dated 10 May. This is the HSE memo regarding the cervical cancer clinical audit process, which was presented to the committee at last week's meeting. We are merely formally noting it today because it arrived during the course of the meeting.
The next item is correspondence No. 1292 from Mr. Neil McDermott, funding of the Higher Education Authority, dated 10 May, for information requested by the committee on the Higher Education Authority. We will discuss that as part of our work programme because the authority is scheduled to be here next week. We will note it. We can publish that but it will be part of our work programme for next week's meeting.
The next item is correspondence from private individuals and other correspondence. We will hold over No. 1294 from Deputy Alan Kelly for today's meeting. It is a list of information requested. We will discuss that as part of today's meeting.
Correspondence No. 1295 is an email from Deputy Cullinane dated 14 May requesting specific information for today's meeting. We will come back to all those issues when we have the people in public session.
The next item is correspondence from the Data Protection Commissioner dated 1 May regarding a decision regarding a complaint received by a correspondent against the committee. Can we agree to note the correspondence? We need to note that because the secretariat will want to deal with that over the next day or two. By way of information, if members have not had an opportunity, the Data Protection Commission made a determination and there is an option, if the Oireachtas or the Committee of Public Accounts wishes, to appeal that decision. The recommendation is to accept the decision and that there be no appeal. The procedures that they highlighted have been improved in the meantime.
The next item is statement of accounts received from the last meeting. There is one statement of accounts, which is from Sport Ireland. It is a clear audit opinion. Attention is drawn to the statement of internal financial control that discloses weaknesses in the development of a construction contract that Sport Ireland took over, on 1 October 2015 from the National Sports Campus Development Authority following its dissolution. I will ask the Comptroller and Auditor General whether the statement of internal financial control explains the issue.