No, not from A4e, but from her role as the government's "family champion". (See the piece on the BBC website.) Who knows whether that was her decision or the government's.
The BBC has interviewed Margaret Hodge MP, who says it's the right thing to do, but she wants A4e's contracts suspended. Clients, she says, could go to other primes in the area. The company has made "excess profit" and now has 9 allegations of fraud hanging over it.