To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will publish a table showing the number of (a) men and (b) women in his Department in each of grades (i) 1, (ii) 2, (iii) 3, (iv) 4, (v) 5, (vi) 6, (vii) 7, (viii) SEO, (ix) HEO, (x) administrative trainee, (xi) EO, (xii) CO and (xiii) CA.
The following full-time equivalent numbers of men and women in grade level equivalents grade 1 to AA were employed in the Ministry of Defence on 1 April 1991:
|EO (Note 1)||18,050·0||4,153·5||22,203·5|
|AO (Note 2)||10,416·5||13,566·5||23,983·0|
|AA (Note 2)||2,587·0||10,352·5||12,939·5|
|Rates of military salary Percentage increase in pay|
|Financial year to financial year|
|1975–76 to 1979–80||1979–80 to 1985–86||1985–86 to 1991–92|
|Military salary: all ranks||74·2||68·4||59·3|
|Senior officers (Major General and above)||40·6||91·2||63·3|
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what is the total number of employees in his Department; and how many are (b) black and (b) disabled.
The information as at 1 January 1992, based on voluntary surveys, is:
|Total staff (industrial and non-industrial)||133,158|
|Total Respondents to ethnic minority survey||111,118|
|Self-identified ethnic minority staff||2,041|
|Registered Disabled staff||1,164|