House of Commons Commission
The Commission is the overall supervisory body of the House of Commons Administration. It prepares and lays before the House the Estimates for the House of Commons Service (but not for the Members Estimate - see below); it decides most matters of policy; and it appoints staff of the House, and determines their pay, pensions and other conditions of service.
Finance and Services Committee
Considers expenditure on and the administration of services for the House of Commons: it has responsibility for detailed scrutiny of the House's budget.
Advisory Committee on Works of Art
Purchases work to display in the House and guides the Speaker, the Curator and other officials as appropriate on the management, care and interpretation of the collection of pictures, statues, murals, historic furniture and furnishings and decorative interior of the Palace.
Joint Committee on Security
Members drawn from the Commons and the Lords consider security matters relating to the Palace of Westminster and its precincts
Former domestic Committees
The Administration Committee replaced five domestic Committees: Accommodation and Works, Administration, Broadcasting, Catering and Information