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Top-Level Appointments Committee (TLAC)

Published: 17 January 2019
From: Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

The Top Level Appointments Committee (TLAC) was established in 1984. The Committee’s function is to recommend candidates to Ministers and Government for the most senior positions in the Civil Service – at Assistant Secretary level and upwards. By carrying out this function in an independent manner and by making its decisions strictly on the basis of the relative merit of the candidates for the positions concerned, TLAC aims to strengthen the management structure of the Civil Service, and to provide a means by which the best candidates can aspire to fulfilling their potential.

TLAC operates under the license and requirements of the Commission for Public Service Appointments.

Role and Functions of TLAC

An explanation of the role and functions of the Top-Level Appointments Committee.

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TLAC Members

Current membership of the Top-Level Appointments Committee.

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Please see the TLAC Annual Reports to the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform below:

First TLAC Report

First annual TLAC Report to the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform

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Second TLAC Report

Second annual TLAC report to the Minister.

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Third TLAC Report

Third annual TLAC report to the Minister.

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Fourth TLAC Report

Fourth annual TLAC report to the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform.

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Fifth TLAC Report

Fifth annual TLAC report to the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform.

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Sixth TLAC Report

Sixth annual TLAC report to the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform.

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