Responsibility for managing the Library is delegated to the Chief Executive who, as Accounting Officer, is personally responsible to Parliament for the stewardship of public money and the Library’s assets, and for ensuring that the resources allocated to the Library under the authority of Parliament are used for the purposes intended by Parliament.
Management of the Library is led by the Chief Executive, Chief Librarian and Chief Operating Officer, and includes the following areas of responsibility.
The Chief Executive has direct oversight of corporate affairs and marketing, development and fundraising, governance, and strategy development.
Reporting to the Chief Executive, the Chief Librarian's areas of responsibility include business audiences, collections and curation, collection management, culture and learning, digital scholarship, international engagement, research and HE.
Chief Operating Officer
Reporting to the Chief Executive, the Chief Operating Officer's areas of responsibility include commercial services, estates and facilities, finance, legal services and procurement, human resources, operations, reader and reference services, risk management and assurance, security and safety management, and technology.