The role of departmental boards and non-executive board members in government departments: how they work and what they contribute.
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Each central government department has a departmental board. This is chaired by the Secretary of State. Members include:
Non-executives provide advice and bring an external perspective to the business of government departments. They do not have ‘executive’ decision-making powers.
Read a list of non-executives in central government departments.
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