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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. 14 - Business Planning

14 - Business Planning

14.1. To operate its business effectively, the Gambling Commission should produce management planning and information documents covering at least three financial years ahead. These may take the form of strategic or corporate plans (for three years ahead), and should include a business plan (one year ahead). The first year of the planning document can include the business plan incorporated as a single document.

14.2. The Department should be sent copies of each of the completed planning documents. These plans should be made available to the public, via the internet if possible.

14.3. The business plan should include a forecast of income and expenditure suitably classified by activity and key objectives, taking account of guidance on resource assumptions and policies provided by the Department at the beginning of the planning round. These forecasts should represent the best estimate of its available income, including any grant or grant in aid or any other funding within the Gambling Commission.

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