Consultation: Ofcom's Plan of Work 2022/23

  • Start: 15 December 2021
  • Status: Open
  • End: 09 February 2022

We have today published Ofcom’s proposed Plan of Work for 2022/23, outlining our areas of work for the next financial year.

The proposed plan covers a year in which Ofcom will prepare for additional responsibilities relating to online safety and cyber-security that will sit alongside our existing duties in telecoms, post, spectrum management and broadcasting, that are essential for people and business up and down the country. The plan sets out how, over the coming year, we will deliver on our mission to make communications work for everyone.

As the number of online services grow, we want people to have internet they can rely on whether at home, at work or on the move.

The way people access TV and radio continues to change but high-quality British programming remains essential for millions across the country; we will support media people can trust and value.

People of all ages go online for a wide variety of reasons, and when they do so we want to make sure they live a safer life online.

We will also strengthen Ofcom for the future, by developing our skills, capabilities and partnerships so that we can continue to deliver good outcomes for people across the United Kingdom.

We are consulting on this Plan of Work to discuss our work with our stakeholders and the public.

Plan of Work event

As part of the Plan of Work consultation, we are also holding a virtual event to invite feedback on our proposed plan.

Event registration details and more information can be found on Eventbrite.

Responding to this consultation

Please submit responses using the consultation response form (ODT, 48.4 KB)

Main documents

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Responder name Type
Antisemitism Policy Trust (PDF File, 101.5 KB) Organisation
Jones, J L (PDF File, 107.9 KB) Individual
Norris, C (PDF File, 100.9 KB) Individual