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The pay remit approval process must be applied to the staff costs of public bodies whose expenditure scores against the Northern Ireland Departmental Expenditure Limits (DEL). This includes all Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) departments, agencies, Non–Depart
The Community Safety Framework reshapes and builds on the previous “Building Safer, Shared and Confident Communities, A Community Safety Strategy for Northern Ireland 2012-17” in how to support communities to be safe and resilient through crime prevention, whilst a
The Executive has developed the Building Forward: Consolidated Covid-19 Recovery Plan, it brings together a suite of recovery actions that will be delivered over a 24 month period.
This report outlines the positive progress made in 2019/20 across the headline actions and four key priorities, and provides an overview of some of the work taken forward under the T:BUC Strategy.
The Privacy Notice below outlines how the Minority Ethnic Development Fund within The Executive Office handles personal information.
In 2014, a small grant scheme was established by The Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister to fund additional support service projects to victims and survivors of Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA).
In this section you will find the agendas and minutes from the Departmental Board meetings in 2021.
The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (the DDA) makes it unlawful for service providers to discriminate against disabled people for a reason related to their disability.
Departmental Board Members / Senior Civil Service
Register of interests for the year ended 31 March 2021.
The Racial Equality Indicators report monitors the progress of the Racial Equality Strategy (2015 - 2025) on four key outcome areas:
The Executive Office launched the Travel Agents Coronavirus Financial Assistance Scheme 2021.
This page contains the accounts for The Executive Office for the financial year ended 31 March 2020.
These bulletins present findings from the 2020 Anholt Ipsos Nation Brands Index, examining international perceptions of Northern Ireland across six dimensions of national competence: Exports; Governance; Culture; People; Tourism; and Immigration and Investment.
The Executive has developed its planned pathway out of the current restrictions and the approach we will take as we move forward over the next few months.
The Nation Brands Index: 2020 report for Northern Ireland, the associated tables and Quality and Methodological report below:
The Minority Ethnic Development Fund (MEDF) provides support for voluntary and community organisations working with minority ethnic people and groups.
Our statistics are produced in accordance with the pillars and principles set out in the UK Statistics Authority's Code of Practice for Official Statistics and under the
This guidance has been designed to outline appropriate principles to be followed for all organised events under the current Coronavirus restrictions.
The Privacy Notice below outlines how the International Relations Unit within the Executive Office handles personal information.