CITB is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) and strives to demonstrate value for money, as our stakeholders, customers and Government expect
Our Board of Trustees is made up of representatives of levy payers from our industry. It sets our strategic direction and makes decisions about how the levy is raised and spent, scrutinising plans and proposals closely. Supported by other key Committees (Training, Finance, Audit and Remuneration) the Board determines how financial resources are managed.
Information in the following documents shows:
- Our structure and the salaries of the most senior staff (information about which has been published in full in the Annual Report and Accounts for many years)
Data on the organisational structure will be updated every six months and spending information will be published monthly.
The organisation’s rewards strategy is determined by the Board’s Remuneration Committee – all of whose members are levy paying employers. The committee balances the need to attract the right quality of staff with the best value for money.
The data is provided in a form that meets the requirements of the Government’s Public Data Principles.
Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act means that anyone, anywhere, can ask for any corporate information we hold.
However, there may be times when we can’t give you everything you have asked for, because the Act has some exemptions which may apply.
All you have to do is submit your request in writing, by letter or email, stating clearly the information you want, via our dedicated FOI email address at firstname.lastname@example.org or online enquiry form.
Responding to FOI requests
Once we receive your request we will reply in writing within 20 working days. If we need clarification, or there is likely to be any delay, we will contact you.
In our reply, we will confirm whether or not we hold the information and provide either all or some of it. If we can’t provide the information we will explain why. For example, we will not be able to provide you with information which may compromise another person’s right to privacy.
We may charge a fee before supplying the information you request. If so, we will write to you giving details of the amount you must pay.
If you are not happy that your request has been dealt with appropriately, you can contact the Information Commissioner.