Department of the Taoiseach
Published on 13 September 2021
Last updated on 13 September 2021
The role of the Government Chief Whip is to set the schedule of business to be taken in Dáil Éireann and to manage the Government’s Legislation Programme through the House.
The Government Chief Whip tracks the progress of legislation by liaising with Departments and the Attorney General’s Office.
The Government Chief Whip chairs the Legislation Committee and produces the Legislation Programme at the beginning of each Dáil session.
The Government Chief Whip provides support to the Taoiseach in relation to Dáil business and ensures the attendance of all Government Deputies and Ministers for votes in the House.
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