About the Lords administration
The House of Lords Commission, the House of Lords Management Board and the Clerk of the Parliaments' Office have strategic responsibility for operating and delivering corporate and parliamentary services in the House of Lords.
The Clerk of the Parliaments is head of the House of Lords administration. As accounting and corporate officer for the Lords, the Clerk of the Parliaments is supported by an office providing corporate planning and related services.
Domestic select committees advise the administration on the management and delivery of specific parliamentary services. The House of Lords Commission is ultimately responsible for all management and administrative matters.
The House of Lords administration provides the advice and services that enable the House and its Members to carry out their parliamentary functions effectively
Directors of the main functions in the House of Lords sit on the Management Board, which is the body that makes decisions about the management and delivery of services.