The Information Committee is one of the five domestic committees of the House of Lords. The Committee considers the House's information and communications services, including the Library and Parliamentary Archives, within the strategic framework and financial limits approved by the House Committee. The Committee has 13 members and normally meets approximately six times a year. The Committee considers current levels of services and makes recommendations for change.
Among the services that the Information Committee is concerned with are
Information services for Members, including ICT services, library services and Hansard
Public information about the House and its work, including outreach
Bicameral services, including the parliamentary website, parliamentary outreach, visitor services, the education service and the broadcasting of parliamentary proceedings, and
The Parliamentary Archives.
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Committee publishes Annual Report
The Information Committee published its Annual Report on 12 November 2009.
Government responds to Committee report
The Information Committee has received the Government's response to its report, Are the Lords listening? Creating connections between people and Parliament.
Committee publishes report
The Information Committee published its report from the People and Parliament Inquiry on Wednesday 15 July 2009.