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The HTA is an Executive Non-Departmental Public Body (ENDPB) sponsored by the Department of Health. We were established under the Human Tissue Act 2004 (HT Act) – which covers England, Wales and Northern Ireland – to regulate activities relating to the removal, storage, use and disposal of human...
This business plan sets out our priorities and objectives for the 2016/17 business year. Please use the navigation bar on the left or below to browse the plan.
The confidence of professionals and the public in the regulation of human tissue is central to our success. Building it shapes our day-to-day work, and protecting it is our first priority.
Our delivery objectives for 2016/17 are to continue:
The Director of Resources is responsible for overseeing the procurement of goods, services and contracts. HTA policies set out the procurement strategy and governance arrangements, and the HTA uses centralised solutions for spend wherever possible. During 2016/17, it is expected that the HTA...
The HTA maintains an ongoing commitment to working collaboratively with Government, other regulators and third sector organisations.
Collaboration has always been a key theme for the HTA and we are committed to working with partners in the health sector and with the public as a whole.
Many establishments licenced by the HTA work at the cutting edge of science, and it is our commitment to ensure that we deliver a regulatory package which promotes innovation and development whilst protecting the public.