The Administration Committee, appointed on 26 July 2010, considers the services provided for and by the House of Commons, and makes recommendations to the Speaker, the Commission and the Management Board as required. Among those services are those provided directly for MPs and those for the public, including visitor facilities, the Parliament website and education services.
The Committee represents the views of MPs to the authorities that run Parliament. These include the overall supervisory body of the House of Commons, the House of Commons Commission. The Committee was established in July 2005 to incorporate the work of five former domestic committees: Accommodation & Works, Administration, Broadcasting, Catering and Information.
The Administration Committee works closely with other domestic committees that consider the management of the House of Commons including: Finance and Services Committee, Members Estimate Committee, Joint Committee on Security and the Advisory Committee on Works of Art.