That is the main subject of the meeting for the rest of the day.
No. 1675 B is correspondence received from Mr. Pat Haran, clerk to the Joint Committee on Health dated 19 October 2018, regarding the report undertaken by Dr. Scally in relation to the CervicalCheck screening programme. We will note and publish this. This is an effort to ensure the work of the Joint Committee on Health, which is also looking at this, is not duplicated by the Committee of Public Accounts. In terms of value for money, tendering for contracts with the laboratories and financial matters, the Committee of Public Accounts can deal with those issues. It is good to clarify that.
No. 1676 B is correspondence received from the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, regarding the appointment of Mr. Brendan Gleeson as Accounting Officer for the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. We will note and publish this.
Moving to category C, No. 1595 C was held over from the last time. No. 1652 C is correspondence received from an individual dated 16 October 2018. The secretariat has sought the permission of the individual to forward an earlier query regarding waiting lists for psychological assessments to the HSE. Since then, the individual has let us know there have been some developments. However, she raises a question in relation to what she suggests may be ad hoc administration of the waiting list. While this may be a matter for the Joint Committee on Health to look at, I propose we request a note from the HSE in relation to the matter. Is that agreed? Agreed.
No. 1654 C is correspondence received from an individual dated 16 October 2018, regarding the funding and ethics of research undertaken by higher education institutions. The correspondence has also been sent to the Department of Education and Skills. The matter raised falls within our remit, or forms part of our engagement with the third level sector. We will continue to work on that area. No. 1658 C is correspondence received from an individual dated 16 October 2018, raising matters with the committee in relation to electricity interconnector. I propose we seek a note from the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment on the points raised.
No. 1661 C is correspondence received from an individual dated 17 October 2018, regarding the University of Limerick. I propose we write to the individual to inform him that the committee will be examining the matters relating to the University of Limerick when it receives an upcoming report from the Comptroller and Auditor General. We will be in further contact with the individual at that stage. Is that agreed? Agreed.
No. 1663 C is correspondence received from Deputy Catherine Murphy, regarding the Hannaway report. We previously requested the report and the HSE provided a number of slides, but according to the information provided to Deputy Catherine Murphy, this is not the full report. We will again request that the HSE provide the full report. Is that satisfactory?