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These Regulations make provision concerning the appointment etc. of the members, Chair and Deputy Chair of the National Information Governance Board for Health and Social Care (“the Board”) established by section 250A of the National Health Service Act 2006.
In particular, they make provision for the Board to consist of not less than 15 nor more than 34 members appointed by the Secretary of State (regulation 2), disqualification from appointment to the Board (regulations 3 and 4), the period of office of members (regulation 5), termination and suspension from office (regulations 6 and 7), the appointment of the Chair and Deputy Chair (regulations 8 and 9), proceedings of the Board (regulation 10), observers at meetings of the Board (regulation 11), corresponding members who will receive Board papers (regulation 12), for the Board to establish committees and sub-committee and the delegation of functions (regulations 13 and 14), remuneration of the Chair, Deputy Chair and members of the Board and committees and sub-committees of the Board (regulation 15), payment of the Board’s expenses (regulation 16) and the provision of accommodation and secretariat to the Board (regulation 17).
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