The following college of commissioners serves under Juncker's presidency:
The President's cabinet supports the President of the commission, and thus has a very central role in coordinating the work of the European Commission as a whole. The president's cabinet is led by Clara Martinez Alberola
. Formerly, it was led by Martin Selmayr
, who has been described as "the most powerful EU chief of staff ever."
Juncker has for the first time proposed a commission that clusters certain members together under designated policy areas. These clusters are known as "Project Teams" and will each be headed by one of the vice presidents.
Each team is composed of a core membership in addition to members who may fall under its respective umbrella as needed.
Timmermans and Georgieva both oversee all commissioners while the remaining five project teams are as follows:
A Connected Digital Single Market
A Deeper and Fairer Economic and Monetary Union
A New Boost for Jobs, Growth and Investment
A Resilient Energy Union with a Forward-Looking Climate Change Policy
A Stronger Global Actor
A European Agenda on Migration
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