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What does HoS stand for?

HoS stands for Head of Scrutiny (UK)

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Perhaps the council's most reasonable man, head of scrutiny Carl Rice, admitted the system was not yet perfect and has agreed to look at scheduling.
The inquiry, to be chaired by council head of scrutiny Carl Rice (Lab, Ladywood), was launched after a petition, backed by the Birmingham Mail, and signed by more than 22,000 people calling for the markets to be saved, was handed to the city council earlier this year.
As the new head of scrutiny, he will chair the new governance, resources and member development committee and oversee the new open plan scrutiny office in the Council House extension.
Head of scrutiny and democratic support Rodger Mann said: "The council has been asked by Government to make sure that Wolverhampton has a Network and we decided from the outset that local people and organisations should be involved in the decision on choosing the 'host'.
The review group, chaired by head of scrutiny Alistair Dow, expressed concern at "equivocal" language in the business case, where it is stated that the council's visions and objectives for a world class library can be met to "a greater or lesser degree".
John Cade, head of scrutiny at the council, said: 'Counsel feels that it would be extremely difficult to separate the issues that the court is to address from those which will be considered by the scrutiny review.
The decision to withhold evidence from the public was backed by John Cade, head of scrutiny, although he admitted the committee made a mistake in the way it went about distributing documents.