Newfoundland and Labrador
The House of Assembly Management Commission is the non-partisan body which oversees the financial and administrative operations of the House of Assembly. It is established under the authority of the House of Assembly Accountability, Integrity and Administration Act (the Act). The Commission is constituted at the beginning of a new General Assembly, with a complete range of responsibilities as outlined in Part III of the Act.
The Commission membership comprises representatives of the three elected parties; the Speaker (Chair of the Commission); and the Clerk (secretary to the Commission, no voting privileges).
The Commission is responsible for the financial stewardship of all public money used in the operations of the House of Assembly and Statutory Offices, and for all matters of financial and administrative policy affecting the Legislature. Information pertaining to the work of the Commission, including meeting briefing materials and minutes, as well as directives and rule amendments issued by the Commission, are included in this section.
The Management Commission (through the Speaker) must annually table a report in the House of Assembly respecting the decisions and activities of the Commission for the previous fiscal year.