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Corporate Governance Framework

Our corporate governance framework sets out the necessary responsibilities and procedures that guarantee we operate properly.

  1. Contents
  2. 3 - Engagement

3 - Engagement

3.1. The Department and Gambling Commission have agreed an engagement calendar as set out below. This contact will be in addition to routine and policy led contact between the Department and the Gambling Commission. The DCMS Finance and HR Teams may agree a separate calendar of engagement with the Gambling Commission finance and HR team.

3.2. The Gambling Commission's performance against performance indicators in this Management Agreement will be monitored through regular engagement and quarterly performance reviews. The Commission will provide the following for these meetings: reports against the Key Performance Indicators, the latest position against the business plan and any corporate strategy and the risk register. The following schedule will be adhered to:

  • Quarterly: Performance meetings between the Chief Executive and the DCMS Head of Gambling and Lotteries, or nominated alternatives, to review the Commission's performance against both the Key Performance Indicators and the Commission's Business Plan, plus other sponsorship issues

  • Annually: The Gambling Commission's annual report, which will be produced no later than 31 July for the prior year (ended 31 March)

  • Annually: Meeting between DCMS Minister(s) and the Chairman and Chief Executive of the Gambling Commission to discuss the Commission's performance, its current and future activities and any relevant policy developments.

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