Some Observations about the Fulton Report 1968
Prime Minister described the Report as ‘an essential contribution to the modernisation of the basic institutions of this country’. The Prime Minister said that the Fulton Committee had produced a ‘wide-ranging and fundamental review’ of the Civil Service, that he was confident that the Committee’s Report ‘will stand comparison with the historic Northcote-Trevelyan Report of more than a century ago’, and that the Government had decided ‘to accept the main recommendations of the Report and to embark on the process of reform outlined by the Committee’.1
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