|House of Assembly Management Commission -
Next Management Commission Meeting: at the call of the Chair
The House of Assembly Management Commission is established under the authority of the House of Assembly Accountability, Integrity and Administration Act. The Commission establishes, implements and controls financial and administrative policies applicable to the House of Assembly, the House of Assembly Service and all Statutory Offices of the House of Assembly.
The Commission is constituted at the beginning of a new General Assembly. The Commission membership comprises representatives of the three elected parties, the Speaker, who is the Chair of the Commission, and the Clerk of the House who is secretary to the Commission but does not have voting privileges.
The decision-making authority of the House of Assembly Management Commission is exercised through specific actions that include: making rules; issuing directives and making orders.
The complete range of Commission responsibilities is outlined in Part III of the House of Assembly Accountability, Integrity and Administration Act.