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NHS Trust Development Authority

Question for Department of Health

UIN 220636, tabled on 13 January 2015

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the annual (a) salary and (b) pension contribution is of the Chief Executive of the NHS Trust Development Agency; what performance-related measures the salary package for that post includes; and what steps his Department takes to monitor the performance of that Chief Executive.

Answered on

16 January 2015

The details of both the salary and pension contributions of the NHS Trust Development Authority’s (NHS TDA’s) Chief Executive are published in the authority’s annual report and accounts, a copy of which is attached.

The performance related measures in the Chief Executive’s salary are set out in the DH Pay Framework for Very Senior Managers in Arms-Length Bodies (Special Health Authorities and Executive Non-Departmental Public Bodies), a copy of which is also attached.

The NHS TDA’s Chief Executive is accountable to the organisations Chair and Board for the delivery of the organisation’s strategic objectives. The Chief Executive and the Chair account to Ministers for NHS TDA’s performance at quarterly Ministerial accountability meetings.

Answered by

Department of Health and Social Care
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