The advisory council of the chief executive officer of a nation; a cabinet council.
The executive arm of government. Cabinet Ministers are chosen by the Prime Minister.
A group of senior members of the Government, all of whom are Ministers, and who are responsible for the development and implementation of policy.
The Cabinet in the ACT consists of either four or five Ministers. They are appointed by the Chief Minister.
NYP Chief Officer Team
group of the most senior ministers in a government
President plus Head of Each Division
a collection of federal department heads that reports directly to the president.
the collective term for the Ministers of the Crown who form the heads of the various government ministries like Finance, Attorney General, etc. By convention, cabinet members are drawn from the elected Members of the Legislative Assembly. It is the cabinet that represents the executive branch of government within the legislature and is directly responsible to the legislature.
Secretaries, or chief administrators, of the major departments of the federal government. Cabinet secretaries are appointed by the president with the consent of the Senate.
The group of senior ministers at the head of the government.
a body of high-ranking members of government A government is an organization that has the power to make and enforce laws for a certain territory
a body of official advisors to a head of state
a combining committee--a hyphen which joins, a buckle which fastens, the legislative part of the State to the executive part of the State
an administrative arrangement for government decision-making
(Executive Council): The heads of government departments. The Premier is the head of the cabinet and chooses cabinet ministers from among elected members of his or her party.
A group of advisors to the President in key areas such as defense, commerce, education,etc..
the political executive. In Canada, the Cabinet consists of the Prime Minister and the Ministers he or she appoints to Cabinet. Each Cabinet Minister usually is responsible for a particular portfolio, such as health, finance or justice. Legally, the Cabinet functions as the active committee of the Privy Council. The Cabinet, as the executive, is responsible to the House of Commons and, under our system of responsible government, requires the confidence of the legislature to govern.
The Cabinet consists of all Ministers who are appointed on the recommendation of the Prime Minister from among the members of the House of Commons, and at least one from the Senate (including the Leader of the Government in the Senate). The Cabinet decides the Government's priorities and policies, determines the legislation that will be presented to Parliament, and raises and spends revenues.
A group of senior members of the governing party known as Ministers, who collectively are responsible for policy development and implementation, and individually head the various departments.
The principal decision making body of the Government. It comprises all Ministers, and its decisions are given formal effect through Acts of Parliament, actions of the Executive Council or the executive powers held by Ministers for the administration of their portfolio.
The executive of the Government, consisting of those Members and Senators appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister.
Group of key presidential advisors which includes the Secretaries or heads of each Department of the national government. Presidents generally hold regular Cabinet meetings.
The Executive Council is commonly called the Cabinet. Provincially, the two terms are synonymous. Whereas federally, not all members of the Privy Council are members of the federal cabinet.
The President's closest advisors, consisting of the Vice President and, by law, the heads of the 15 Executive Branch departments. The President or Congress may also accord cabinet-level status to other top officials.
The group of senior ministers in a government.
A maximum of eight Members of the Parliament who have been commissioned as Ministers by the Governor to be responsible for a ministry or government agency or to administer certain Acts.
n. The body of men constituting the official advisors of the executive head of a nation.
This governing body is made up of the Ministers of government departments and the Premier. This body advises the Premier. The ministers are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor on the recommendation of the Premier and are usually chosen from elected members of the Party which forms the government. The cabinet formulates government policies and is responsible for the administration of all the ministries of government. Cabinet meets regularly to set the business it will propose to the legislature.
A committee of ministers which makes almost all significant government decisions. Some members of the Executive may not be in Cabinet. Cabinet members are appointed by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, who also allocates portfolios.
The group consisting of the Prime Minister and Ministers. The Cabinet takes charge of all the Government policies and is collectively accountable to Parliament.
a body of persons appointed by a head of state or a prime minister to head the executive departments of the government and to act as official advisers.
An advisory council of a president or leader. In the U.S., it is made up of the heads of different departments such as the Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of State, and Secretary of Homeland Security.
The members of the Legislative Assembly holding appointment as Ministers. Cabinet is the decision-making centre of government. The Premier presides over Cabinet meetings, which are usually held on Mondays.
The active component of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, comprised of government ministers responsible for federal departments, policies and planning.
the members of the political executive. Legally, the Cabinet functions as the active committee of the Privy Council that advises the Governor General in the executive of the executive powers of government. Under the constitution of responsible government, the Cabinet, as the executive, is responsible to the House of Commons and requires its confidence at all times. The Prime Minister appoints ministers to the Cabinet. Senior ministers will be assigned portfolios that encompass at least a department of government to direct and manage and usually one or more arm's length bodies as well. Junior ministers (with various titles) assist senior ministers. In Canada, the Cabinet has usually encompassed the full ministry, although from 1993 to 2003 some ministers were not members of the Cabinet. In 2004, Prime Minister Paul Martin appointed a Cabinet that encompassed all ministers. At the same time, parliamentary secretaries were sworn to the Privy Council but not included in the ministry.
Members of cabinet are chosen by the Prime Minister from the ministry and it is their responsibility, with the Prime Minister, to make all the administrative and political decisions needed to run the country
a group of people appointed by a Prime Minister to hold the most important posts in government (in Britain they are MPs and appointed Ministers)
The Cabinet is the body of secretaries appointed by the president to head executive departments and serve as advisers.
The group of senior Ministers of the Scottish government appointed by the First Minister under section 47 of the Scotland Act 1998. It normally comprises all the members of the Scottish Executive, apart from the Lord Advocate and the Solicitor General for Scotland. (The term 'Cabinet' is not used in the Scotland Act 1998.)
A cabinet is a body of high-ranking members of government, typically representing the executive branch. It can also sometimes be referred to as the Council of Ministers or the Executive Council.
Fiji has the Westminster system - executive authority is vested nominally in a President, but exercised in practice by a Cabinet of Ministers, presided over by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is formally appointed, but not chosen, by the President: the President must appoint as Prime Minister someone who can control a majority of votes in the House of Representatives. In practice, this is normally the leader of the largest political party or coalition in the house.