Below are the details of applications made by former DfE senior staff (Grade 5 and above) and special advisers for outside business appointments within 2 years of leaving the service.
1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023
|Name||Former Department||Role||Grade||New Appointment Details||Notes - Advice given including any restrictions imposed upon them|
|Mary McIvor||Economy||Director||Grade 5 - Assistant Secretary||Authority Member – The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA)||None. Appointment approved and form signed by the Permanent Secretary|
1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021
|Name||Former Department||Role||Grade||New Appointment Details||Notes - Advice given including any restrictions imposed on them|
|Noel Lavery||Economy||Permanent Secretary||n/a||Non-Executive Board Member to the Belfast Harbour Commissioners||As a general principle, there will also be a two year ban on lobbying Government on behalf of his new employer. The former civil servant should not engage in communication with Civil Service departments, including Ministers, Special Advisers and officials, with a view to influencing a Government decision or policy in relation to their own interests, or the interests of their new employer or any organisation to which they are contracted. The two year lobbying ban which will expire on the 1st December 2021.|