The Clerk's Management Group (CMG) is an executive governing body representing all services across the House of Commons. It makes recommendations to the Speaker and the Board of Internal Economy regarding the administration of the House of Commons.
The Clerk's Management Group is chaired by the Clerk and is comprised of the heads of the seven service areas:
The Deputy Clerk (Procedural Services)
The Law Clerk and Parliamentary Counsel (Office of the Law Clerk and Parliamentary Counsel)
The Chief Financial Officer (Finance Services)
The Chief Human Resources Officer (Human Resources Services)
The Chief Information Officer (Digital Services and Real Property)
The Corporate Security Officer
The Director General, Parliamentary Precinct Operations
The CMG is responsible for:
Setting strategic directions, priorities and expected results for the House of Commons Administration;
Ensuring that the House of Commons Administration has the financial and human resources necessary to carry out its mandate;
Reviewing and/or approving all policies pertaining to the House of Commons Administration before they are submitted to the Board of Internal Economy for approval or for information; and
Ensuring that the House of Commons Administration complies with approved policies and directives.