Dodgson will focus on creating and delivering policies and strategies that will give effective control over a fund budget of £1.7bn. She will also be responsible for ensuring that administration expenditure (£70m-£75m) is properly controlled and used to improve value for money through the commission's 1,500 permanent staff.
Dodgson said: “I'm very pleased to be joining the Legal Services Commission at this time of continuing change. The reforms that have been put in place must deliver results and make a real difference on the ground.”
Dodgson has previously worked in the National Health Service where she held senior posts with the Newcastle Family Health Services Authority and Sunderland Health Authority.
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