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Eighteenth Annual Report
The independent Advisory Committee on Business Appointments has today published its annual report for 2016-17. The report records advice that the Committee gave on outside appointments taken up by former Ministers and senior Crown servants under the Government’s Business Appointments Rules.
The report shows that the Committee advised on 104 appointments of former Ministers and 140 appointments of former Crown servants during the reporting period.
All appointments listed in the report are published on the Committee’s website.
Notes to Editors
Media enquiries about the work of the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments should go to Maggie O’Boyle on 07880 740627.
The Advisory Committee on Business Appointments is a non-Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Cabinet Office. Members are appointed by the Prime Minister.
The Committee provides advice on applications from Ministers, Permanent Secretaries (and their equivalents) Directors-General (and their equivalents) for any new paid or unpaid appointment within 2 years of leaving ministerial office or Crown service. Applications from all other levels of Crown servant are handled by their employing departments.
Advice given by the Committee on appointments taken up by former Ministers or Crown servants is published on the Committee’s website when they are notified that a position has been taken up. The report contains appointments advised on in 2016/17 and taken up as at 31 May 2017.
More information about the work of the Committee is available on its website
The current members of the Committee are Baroness (Angela) Browning (Chair), Mark Addison, Sir Alex Allan, Lord (Michael) German, Mary Jo Jacobi, Terence Jagger, Baroness (Helen) Liddell, and John Wood.