Annual report 2003 - 2004
Department of the Chief Minister
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104 DEPARTMENT OF THE CHIEF MINISTER O TH ER IN FO R M A TI O N CORPORATE GOVERNANCE COMMITTEES EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT GROUP Role of the Committee The primary role of the Executive Management Group is to develop strategic directions to support the Government. It is the senior decision-making group of the Department with responsibility for: monitoring performance against objectives; being financially accountable; and ensuring that there are sound people management and communications practices that are fair and equitable and in support of corporate objectives. Membership The Executive Management Group within the Department consisted of the following membership as at 30 June 2004: Chair: Chief Executive Members: Executive Director, Strategic Communications and Services Executive Director, Office of Territory Development Executive Director, Office of Indigenous Policy Director, Community Engagement Director, Policy and Coordination Director, Economic Policy Parliamentary Counsel Director, Communications and Marketing Executive Director, Southern Region Director, Cabinet Office Director, Management Services Chief Financial Officer Secretary: Executive Officer to the Chief Executive The Department also has a broader management group which includes all of the above officers as well as all staff of the Executive Officer 1 level and above.
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