- Leading on public sector information policy
- Ensuring the survival of the nation's records
The Licensing Forum is made up of a group of practitioners from across the public sector who are involved in licensing and copyright. The forum provides an opportunity for them to share best practice and problems and to discuss developments in information policy.
Terms of reference
The terms of reference are to share best practice at practitioner level across central government.
The aims of the forum are to:
- improve licensing systems and processes
- ensure greater consistency in licensing and information policy across government
- increase transparency of licensing and information policy both internally and externally
- encourage a greater awareness of emerging information policy across government
- promote good customer service and responsiveness to customer requirements
It is intended that the forum will meet quarterly. The Chair will not be provided by one department but will rotate on a voluntary basis. It is intended that meetings will consist of brief presentations by members or guest speakers, followed by group discussion. A report shall be made of the proceedings and will be disseminated via members online, and to the Advisory Panel on Public Sector Information (APPSI).
- 10 July 2012 (0.35 Mb) Minutes
- 9 February 2012 (0.00 Mb) Minutes
- 8 September 2011 (0.00 Mb) Minutes
- 6 April 2011 (0.36 Mb) Minutes
- 7 December 2010 (0.40 Mb) Minutes
- 30 April 2010 (0.11 Mb) Minutes
- 21 January 2010 (0.09 Mb) Minutes
- 21 September 2009 (0.34 Mb) Minutes
- 4 June 2009 (0.04 Mb) Minutes
- 28 January 2009 (0.05 Mb) Minutes
- 24 September 2008 (0.21 Mb) Minutes
- 20 May 2008 (0.16 Mb) Minutes
- 5 February 2008 (0.16 Mb) Minutes
Previous meeting minutes for the Licensing Forum can be found on the UK Government Web Archive.