The Commission and Assembly Administration
The corporate body for the National Assembly for Wales is known as the Assembly Commission. Find out how the Commission is formed and more about the structures and the rules that govern the Assembly.
The role of the Presiding Officer is, among other things, to chair plenary meetings, and determine questions over the interpretation of Standing Orders.
Find out who the Commissioners are and what they are responsible for.
The Commission is the corporate body responsible for ensuring that property, staff and services are provided for the Assembly. The Assembly Commission consists of the Presiding Officer and four members from different political parties.
The Assembly Commission is committed to valuing diversity, promoting inclusion and addressing inequalities both as an employer and service provider.
The Assembly is an example of open participative democracy, and has an active programme of European and international relations.
Working for the National Assembly for Wales, working for an Assembly Member and public appointments.
This section details how the teams within the National Assembly for Wales are structured.
This section holds agendas and papers for the Commission, including annual reports.
The National Assembly for Wales aims to be exemplar in sustainability and environmental performance.
View the results of all National Assembly for Wales elections, including by-elections.
Links to other organisations we work with including National Parliaments and Welsh Local Authorities
Find out how to ask for Information and what information the Assembly commits to make public as part of its normal business activity.