Which bit of “we’re not corrupt” don’t you understand?

Screen Shot 2015-06-15 at 10.28.50The following text appears on the announcements of the appointment of Rona Fairhead (analysed here) to Chair the BBC Trust on the pages of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and the headhunters (who employ the wife of the BBC Director General) allegedly employed to find her, Saxon Bampfylde:

“The independent public appointments assessor, who has overseen the appointment process, has confirmed he is satisfied that this competition met the requirements of the Commissioner for Public Appointments’ Code of Practice for Ministerial Appointments to Public Bodies.”

However, the text does not appear on any other public appointments by the DCMS similarly “overseen” by the Commissioner for Public Appointments, such as new appointments to the  BBC Trust, Tate Trustees, or  Gambling Commissioners

Why would this be, I wonder?