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Executive Committee Nhs Directorate

Volume 115: debated on Friday 1 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Wales (1) what are the anticipated eventual capital costs in setting up the Executive Committee and the National Health Service Directorate for Wales;(2) what are the anticipated eventual revenue costs in operating the Executive Committee and the National Health Service Directorate for Wales.

The establishment of the Executive Committee of the Health Policy Board and the NHS Directorate are a consequence of a reorganisation of existing staff at the Welsh Office Health and Social Work Service Department following the implementation of the report of the Griffiths inquiry. The revenue costs of these staff in 1987–88 are expected to be about £1·75 million. There are no anticipated capital costs.