Secretary-General of the European Commission
The Secretary-General of the European Commission is the senior civil servant of the European Commission. The Secretary-General, who is responsible to the President of the European Commission, is in charge of the various Directorates-General, headed by Directors-General.
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|Secretary-General of the European Commission|
|Secretariat-General of the European Commission|
|Reports to||President of the European Commission|
|Term length||No fixed term|
|Constituting instrument||Treaties of the European Union|
|First holder||Émile Noël|
Their staff form the Secretariat-General of the European Commission.
List of Secretaries-General of the European Commission
- Émile Noël, France, 1957–1987
- David Williamson, United Kingdom, 1987–1997
- Carlo Trojan, The Netherlands, 1997–2000
- David O'Sullivan, Ireland, 2000–2005
- Catherine Day, Ireland 2005–2015
- Alexander Italianer, Netherlands, 2015–2018
- Martin Selmayr, Germany, 2018–2019
- Ilze Juhansone, Latvia, 2019–present
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