The Olympic Board provides oversight, strategic coordination and monitoring of London 2012, ensuring the delivery of the commitments made to the International Olympic Committee when the Games were awarded to London, as well as a sustainable legacy.
It is made up of Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Mayor of London Boris Johnson, British Olympic Association Chairman Colin Moynihan and London 2012 Organising Committee Chair Sebastian Coe. Former Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell, Sir Menzies Campbell and Don Foster also sit on the Board as observers.
It usually meets monthly, with the chair alternating between the Mayor and the Culture Secretary.
You can download PDF summaries of previous Olympic Board meetings below.