agency established under sub-section 651 of the Public Service Act 1999 and consists of the head of the agency, together with APS employees assisting the head
a discrete unit set up to undertake an executive function of government.
is established under sub-section 65(1) of the Public Service Act 1999. It consists of the head of the agency, together with APS employees assisting the head.
an agency of the executive branch of government
a Government entity which focuses primarily on the delivery of services with a result-oriented approach
Any executive department or independent establishment in the executive branch of the U.S. Government, including any wholly owned Government corporation. See also FEDERAL AGENCY.
An Agency established under the Public Service Act 1999. Is a non-statutory body headed by a person appointed by and directly accountable to the Minister responsible for the Agency. The Head of an Executive Agency, under the Agency Minister, is responsible for managing the Agency and is accountable to Government, the Parliament and the public in the same way as the Secretary of a Department or the head of a statutory agency (including preparing an annual report).
An executive agency is a Government Department, or semi-autonomous unit within a Department, which carries out executive functions within a policy and resources framework set by Ministers.
An Executive Agency is a British public institution that carries out some part of the executive functions of the United Kingdom government, Scottish Executive, Welsh Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.