Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Questions (21, 22)

Mattie McGrath

Question:

21. Deputy Mattie McGrath asked the Taoiseach the full complement of secretarial services available to the Office of the Attorney General; and the full breakdown of the costs associated with these services. [49906/21]

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Mattie McGrath

Question:

22. Deputy Mattie McGrath asked the Taoiseach if secretarial staff members or support services provided to the Attorney General are being used to provide services to a private entity. [49907/21]

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Written answers (Question to Taoiseach)

In terms of secretarial services, the Attorney General’s Private Office is staffed by four members of staff, comprising of one Private Secretary and three Personal Assistants. The Private Office is used by the Attorney General for carrying out his duties and responsibilities as Attorney General. It is not used to provide services to any private entity. The total associated salary-related costs for 2021 are estimated to be €224,000.

Question No. 22 answered with Question No. 21.