The Freedom of Information Publication Scheme provides information on our key areas of accountability and performance against targets as well as information on the internal operation of the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Queen's House.
In deciding the content of the Publication Scheme, the Museum has taken due regard of the public interest in the information that it holds. The Scheme provides information on the Museum's key areas of accountability and performance against targets as well as, and wherever possible, information on the internal operation of the Museum.
The scheme consist of eight groups of information:
1. Who we are and what we do
Roles and responsibilities (Acts of Parliament and statutory instruments)
Public Sector Information (PSI Directive 2015)
Organisational structure (Word doc)
2. What we spend and how we spend it
Procurement and tendering procedures (Word doc)
3. What are our priorities and how are we doing
Divisional Business Plans (available on request to Museum Secretary - charges apply)
Service standards (Complaints procedure, PDF)
4. How we make decisions
5. Our policies and procedures
6. Lists and registers
Asset registers - see Annual reports & accounts
Register of gifts and hospitality provided to Trustees, Board Members and senior personnel available on request to Museum Secretary - charges apply
A Register of Interests provided by Trustees, the Executive and senior personnel involved in procurement is available on request to the Museum Secretary - charges apply.
7. The services we offer
8. The Museum's Collection
Please be aware that, in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, exemptions apply to some information held by the Museum. If you wish to complain about the use of an exemption, please see the complaints procedure.
The Publication Scheme is available electronically from the Museum's website and copies are also available from the Museum Secretary: