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Role

Chief Operations Officer

From: Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

The Chief Operations Officer is the head of the Corporate Office, which is comprised of four units: the Corporate Support Unit, the Corporate Governance Unit, the Data Protection Unit and the Finance Unit.

Its role is to:

  • operate and continually enhance the department's governance, risk management and compliance framework
  • provide a high quality of corporate support
  • implement effective financial management and procurement arrangements for the department

Role Holders