A worthwhile initiative
Members of the Committee will have little or no idea of what they're reporting on so will need to upgrade their IT equipment both in their Commons offices and in their various first and second homes.
Small print can be a problem so very large flat screen monitors will need to be installed at every location. (And on the subject of print, every MP will need a new A3 photo colour printer, this for the purposes of, er, making hard copies of screen shots.)
The total bill to the taxpayer will exceed £50,000 plus a further £1 million to an outside agency like Capita to show MPs how to turn a mains power switch off and on.
At the end of the committee's life, a report will be produced which misses every point it intended to address.
By this stage, however, all the Labour MPs will have been able to register with various private sector outfits their imminent availability as consultants on £200k a year.
Definitely, it's all very worthwhile, and great news.