Executive Committee may refer to:
- The Executive Committee of the Privy Council of Northern Ireland, a government body in the United Kingdom 1922–1972
- The Northern Ireland Executive, a government body in the United Kingdom
- Northern Ireland Executive (1973), under the Sunningdale Agreement
- Any executive (government)
- (in Russia and the Soviet Union) a type of executive power (locally abbreviated as Ispolkom) that in March 1917 replaced the governorate system of government, see Russian Provisional Government
- EXCOMM (Executive Committee of the National Security Council) Kennedy advisors during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis
- Common abbreviations
- ExCo (used both for "Executive committee" and "Executive council").
- See also
- Executive committee, a more general discussion of organizational structure
- Central Executive Committee (disambiguation), a related term
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