AFPRB TERMS OF
The Armed Forces' Pay Review Body is to provide
independent advice to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of
State for Defence on the remuneration and charges for members
of the Naval, Military and Air Forces of the Crown.
In reaching its recommendations, the Review
Body is to have regard to the following considerations:
the need to recruit, retain and motivate
suitably able and qualified people taking account of the particular
circumstances of Service life;
Government policies for improving
public services, including the requirement on the Ministry of
Defence to meet the output targets for the delivery of departmental
the funds available to the Ministry
of Defence as set out in the Government's departmental expenditure
the Government's inflation target.
The Review Body shall have regard for the need
for the pay of the Armed Forces to be broadly comparable with
pay levels in civilian life.
The Review Body shall, in reaching its recommendations,
take account of the evidence submitted to it by the Government
and others. The Review Body may also consider other specific issues
as the occasion arises.
Reports and recommendations should be submitted
jointly to the Secretary of State for Defence and the Prime Minister.
The members of the Review Body are:
The Rt Hon Baroness Dean
of Thornton-le-Fylde (Chairman)
Vice Admiral Sir Toby Frere KCB
Professor David Greenaway
5 Baroness Dean is also a member of the Review Body
on Senior Salaries. Back