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Departmental Marketing

Volume 472: debated on Tuesday 4 March 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer of 5 February 2008, Official Report, column 1110W, on departmental marketing, how many (a) items of corporate display materials, (b) publications, (c) public information booklets, (d) items of building signage, (e) items of hard stationery and (f) lanyards his Department has procured since its establishment; and what its total expenditure on such products has been to date. (190585)

The Ministry of Justice was created on 9 May 2007. Quantities of each item procured by the Department are detailed in the following table. Records for orders are not held centrally; the answer has therefore been based on available data.

Total expenditure on these products was given in the answer on 28 February 2008, Official Report, column 1922W.

Ministry of Justice HQ and Agencies—quantities of branded items since 9 May 2007

Organisation

(a) corporate display materials

(b) publications

(c) public information booklets

(d) building signage

(e) hard stationery

(f) lanyards

Ministry of Justice HQ

9 May 2007 to 3 March 2008

23 banner stand

13 plus 6 issues of the MoJ staff magazine

12

External plaques and foyer signage for 5 HQ buildings in London

25 notepads

1,250

2 pop up backdrops

162,000 envelopes

94,000 compliment slips

157,000 headed paper sheets

666,200 business cards

HMCS

67 Banner stands

6 corporate documents

117

0

92,020 business cards

0

2,906,950 compliment slips

1,835,000 letterheads

OPG

11 Banner stands

1

79

82 internal signs

Launch invites and envelopes. Post it pads

0

OCJR

Figure not available

2

7

Figure not available

Figure not available

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Tribunals Service

2 banner stands

8

10

0

Figure not available

0

NOMS (inc National Probation Service)

7,600 plaques

4

15

0

Figure not available

15,000