The fifth interim report on Mother and Baby Homes is expected to focus on burial arrangements for the women and children who died in the institutions.
The report from the Mother and Baby Homes Commission was brought to cabinet by Children's Minister Katherine Zappone yesterday and is to be published today.
The commission has been investigating 14 mother and baby homes - including the former home in Tuam - as well as four 'county homes' which were in operation between the years 1922 and 1998.
Meanwhile, an annual day of commemoration could be approved for former residents of mother and baby homes.
It's one of a number of proposals put forward by a forum of former residents that will be brought to government in September.
The proposals also include a new package of health measures which would see women gain access to GPs services, counselling and mental health supports.
The Tuam Mother & Baby Home Alliance - which represents survivors of the institution and their advocates - has welcomed the proposed health measures, and have reiterated the need for full medical cards and fast-tracking through the system as a number of survivors are over 80.