1. The decisions, decision makers, case for change and rationale of the OneGov project.
2. The context of the changes and the extent to which they are facilitated by P.1/2018 (Draft Machinery of Government (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Jersey) Law)
3. To establish how the existing structure of government departments maps to the new OneGov structure and what the end product will look like.
4, The political and operational accountabilities of the OneGov structure.
5, The political oversight and governance of the OneGov project.
6, Whether the proposed OneGov structure and the underlying departmental Target Operating Models are based on best practice and are able to deliver better and more effective and efficient services to the public.
7. How the structure will support Ministers and the development and implementation of policy.
8. The impact of the project on the powers of the States Assembly and any changes in the balance of power between the Assembly and the Executive.
9. Possible impacts (both positive and negative) of the new structure on members of the public and other stakeholders (including children and young people).
10. The cost of the project and its projected savings.
II. To consider the wider impact of the project on the way Jersey's government operates.