The NTA also furnished the information I requested in regard to bus shelters. That concludes our discussion of correspondence.
Moving to our work programme, the following engagements are confirmed for May: the University of Limerick next Thursday, 12 May; the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform on 19 May; and the Department of Health and the HSE on 26 May. Moving to June, to correct the record, the information I had last week was that 2 June was a non-sitting day but it is actually the following week, 9 June, as the bank holiday is a late one. We agreed to schedule engagements for June with the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, and the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board, and to examine local government oversight and accountability. The secretariat has contacted the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth to confirm its availability for 2 June, and the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board to confirm its availability for 16 June. We also agreed to schedule an engagement to examine local government oversight and accountability in June. We will consider our approach to that in private session.
Are there any other matters that members wish to raise in regard to the work programme? No. As usual, if there are any specific areas of interest that members wish to raise with the bodies on the work programme, or in any other areas, please let the clerk know so that briefing material can be requested in advance and the bodies are prepared to engage on the issues. That concludes our consideration of the work programme for today.
The last item on the public agenda for today is any other business. Do members wish to raise any other matters? No. We will now briefly go into private session before adjourning until next Thursday, 12 May, when we will examine the University of Limerick’s 2019-20 financial statements.