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In 2021, TSA reviewed its governance structure and this has been evolving since then. The next phase has been to consider the Quality Improvement Programme Board (QIPB) and associated infrastructure.

A key objective of the changes is to enable the Boards of TSA and TEC Quality to have a better understanding of strategic sector risks and opportunities to inform TSA’s strategy and delivery plans, whilst also ensuring operational risks are managed.

From 1 July 2024, TSA is refreshing its Governance and is currently reviewing applications for the following groups:

  • Strategic Futures Advisory Committee (SFAC) 
  • Sector Risk and Innovation Group (SRIG) 
  • Innovation and Challenge Panel

Please note: Applications for SFAC and SRIG member roles closed on 24 April 2024,whilst recruitment to the ICP will be on an ongoing basis. Current Quality Improvement Programme Board, Special Interest Group members and TEC Action Alliance partners will automatically migrate to the ICP and do not need to apply. W​e will announce appointments in due course.


S​trategic Futures Advisory Commitee (SFAC)

A new group reporting to the Boards of TSA CIC and TEC Quality, made up of internal and external members to support the Boards in horizon scanning and identifying and responding to strategic sector risks and opportunities, informing TSA’s strategic direction .



Sector Risk and Innovation Group (S​RIG)

A Group replacing the Quality Improvement Programme Board, made up of internal and external members, to act in response to operational risks and opportunities by commissioning and overseeing delivery of projects to address (Innovation and Challenge Groups and Fact Checking Projects).




Innovation and Challenge Panel (I​CP)

A group for time-bound projects with clear deliverables, with project group members resourced from a pool of internal and external skilled panellists.



A​ppointments will be announced in due course. Please keep an eye on this page and our socials for any updates.