The Advisory Board assists and advises the Chief Executive on how Ministers' policies can most effectively be delivered.
The role of the Advisory Board is to:
- Set the strategic direction of the Agency within the policy and business parameters decided by Ministers
- Ensure that appropriate corporate and business plans are in place for the delivery of the Agency's services and that proper standards of corporate governance are maintained
- Review management information relating to the measurement of the Agency's performance against its targets
- Advise the Chief Executive on matters affecting the effective and efficient discharge of the Agency's responsibilities
Read the Advisory Board's Terms of Reference.
AiB Advisory Board meetings
Meetings are held on a quarterly basis. Statistics on the Agency's performance against targets, spend against budgets, and reports on staffing issues will be tabled at these meetings. In addition, the Advisory Board will receive reports from the finance, audit, IT and health & safety committees and ad-hoc papers on matters of special interest.
The Advisory Board will advise the chief executive on business and corporate plans annually and on the Annual Report and Accounts in advance of them being submitted to Ministers. The minutes will be published following approval.