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Secondments

Volume 404: debated on Wednesday 30 April 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how many individuals have been seconded to her Department from (a) the private sector, (b) NGOs and (c) other, in each case listing (i) from which organisation and (ii) dates of secondments, in each year since 2000. [108079]

The following statistics relate to secondments started in each financial year.

Seconded to DfidPrivate SectorNGOOtherOrganisationsTotal
2000–0111 Other Government Dept1
2001–02161 International Alert7
2 Other Government Dept
1 Metropolitan Police
1 Crown Agents
2 European Commission
2002–031514 Other Government Dept15
1 European Commission
2003–04111 Rio Tinto2
1 Other Government Dept

To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how many civil servants have been seconded from her Department to (a) the private sector, (b) NGOs and (c) other, broken down by (i) grade of civil servants seconded, (ii) location and (iii) dates of secondments, in each year since 1997–98. [108080]

The following statistics relate to secondments started in each financial year. The statistics for years 1998–99 to 2000–01 are based on annual returns to Cabinet Office, and detailed information on location is not available in these returns.

DatesPrivate SectorNGOOtherLocationGradesTotal
1997–981 Band A: 22
1998–99Band A: 910
2 Band B: 1
1999–2000SCS: 210
Band A: 8
2000–01SCS: 416
Band A: 10
Band B: 2
2001–02129England: 5SCS: 330
Scotland: 1Band A: 25
Wales: 1Band B: 2
N. Ireland: 0
EC: 10
Other: 13
2002–03139England: 14SCS: 740
Scotland: 1Band A: 24
Wales: 1Band B: 7
N. Ireland: 03 Band C: 2
EC: 8
Other: 16
2003–043England: 2Band A: 23
Scotland: 0Band B: 1
Wales: 0
N. Ireland: 0
Other: 1
1 Band A = SEO-G6
2 Band B = EO/HEO
3Band C = AA/AO