Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has unveiled his new Cabinet to the Dáil.
Mr Varadkar was elected for a second term in office earlier following the resignation of Micheál Martin, who will become Tánaiste.
Most of the main players are remaining in their roles in the re-shuffle.
Stephen Donnelly will stay in Health, and Darragh O'Brien remains as Housing Minister.
Micheál Martin is to take over as Foreign Affairs and Defence Minister, with Simon Coveney to go to Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
Jack Chambers moves to become Super Junior Minister at the Department of Transport and retains a place at Cabinet.
Charlie McConalogue remains as Agriculture Minister, and Norma Foley stays in Education.
Michael McGrath will become Finance Minister, with Paschal Donohoe moving to the newly-named Department of Public Expenditure, National Development Plan Delivery and Reform.
Helen McEntee is to be Minister Without Portfolio, with Simon Harris taking on the Justice portfolio while she is on maternity leave.
Minister Harris will also remain in his Higher Education role.
Rossa Fanning is to be nominated as the new Attorney-General, with Fine Gael's Hildegarde Naughten to become Chief Whip.
All Green Party TDs are staying in their current briefs.
Eamon Ryan remains in Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport - and Catherine Martin stays as Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.