London 2012 Delivery Bodies
- Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), responsible for building the Olympic and Paralympic venues and infrastructure
- London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), responsible for staging the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012
- Government Olympic Executive (GOE), the government department with overall responsibility for the Games, and other government departments and bodies
- Greater London Authority (GLA), responsible for ensuring London is ready for the Games and keeps running during Games-time, and other members of the GLA Group such as Transport for London
- Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC), responsible for management and development of the Olympic Park after the Games.
London 2012 strategies and updates can be found at London 2012 publications.
Other Organisations involved in London 2012
- British Olympic Association (BOA),responsible for Team GB during the London 2012 Games
- British Paralympic Association (BPA), responsible for Paralympics GB during the London 2012 Games
- Olympic Lottery Distributor, an independent body which uses money raised by the National Lottery to fund the delivery of the infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and legacy
- Communities and Local Government, this government department is involved in the delivery of the legacy of the Games
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, seeking to use the Games to inspire more sustainable living
- International Olympic Committee (IOC), responsible for the organisation of all summer and winter Olympic Games
- International Paralympic Committee (IPC), responsible for the organisation of all Paralympic Games
- London Sustainable Development Commission, the LSDC was established to advise the Mayor of London on making London an exemplary sustainable world city