Welsh Government

  • Prof Mark Drakeford AM - First Minister of Wales
  • Rebecca Evans AM - Minister for Finance and Trefnydd
  • Vaughan Gething AM - Minister for Health and Social Services
  • Julie Morgan AM - Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services
  • Lesley Griffiths AM - Cabinet Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs
  • Ken Skates AM - Minister for Economy and Transport
  • Lee Waters AM - Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport
  • Julie James AM - Minister for Housing and Local Government
  • Hannah Blythyn AM - Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government
  • Eluned Morgan AM - Minister for International Relations and Welsh Language
  • Dafydd ElisThomas AM - Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism
  • Kirsty Williams AM - Minister for Education
  • Jane Hutt AM - Deputy Minister and Chief Whip
  • Jeremy Miles AM - Minister for Counsel General Designate and Brexit

Local authorities

  • Cllr Debbie Wilcox - Local Government representative for the Gwent area
  • Cllr Andrew Morgan - Local Government representative for the Cwm Taf area
  • Cllr Huw Thomas  - Local Government representative for the Cardiff area
  • Cllr Robert Stewart - Local Government representative for the Western Bay area
  • Cllr Mair Stephens - Local Government representative for the Mid & West Wales area
  • Cllr Ieuan Williams - Local Government representative for the North Wales area
  • Cllr John W Thomas - Local Government representative for the Vale of Glamorgan area
  • Cllr Aaron Shotton - Local Government representative for North West area
  • Cllr Ellen ap Gwynn - Local Government representative for Mid and West Wales area
  • Mr Alun Michael - Police and Crime Commissioners representative
  • Cllr Tudor Davies - Fire and Rescue Authorities representative
  • Maria Battle - National Health Service Wales and Local Health Boards representative
  • Cllr Michael Cuddy - Community Councils representative
  • Mr Owain Wyn - National Park Authorities representative

Public service reform partners

  • Adrian Crompton, Auditor General for Wales - Wales Audit Office (Observer)
  • Peter Davies, Chair - Wales Council for Voluntary Action (Observer)
  • Chris Llewellyn, Chief Executive - Welsh Local Government Association
  • Martin Mansfield, General Secretary - Wales TUC (Observer)
  • Lyn Cadwallader, Chief Executive - One Voice Wales (Observer)