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UKTI Defence and Security Organisation: Manpower

Volume 486: debated on Wednesday 21 January 2009

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform how many (a) civilian and (b) military staff there were at the UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation on 3 January 2009. (247799)

[holding answer 15 January 2009]: In April 2008 there were 44 military staff and 109 civilian staff who transferred to the UK Defence and Security Organisation in the UK.

Number of staff at UKTI Defence and Security Organisation on 3 January 2009

Number of staff

(a) civilian

111

(b) military

47

Note:

In addition some 29 staff transferred from the Ministry of Defence to UKTI DSO posts based in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office overseas.

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform how many (a) civilian and (b) military staff have left the UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation since 2 April 2008. (247800)

[holding answer 15 January 2009]: In April 2008 there were 44 military staff and 109 civilian staff who transferred to the UK Defence and Security Organisation in the UK.

Number of staff who have left the UKTI Defence and Security Organisation since 2 April 2008

Number of staff

(a) Civilian

10

(b) Military

121

1 Under normal posting procedures.

Note:

In addition some 29 staff transferred from the Ministry of Defence to UKTI DSO posts based in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office overseas.

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform how many (a) civilian and (b) military staff have joined the UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation since 2 April 2008. (247801)

[holding answer 15 January 2009]: In April 2008 there were 44 military staff and 109 civilian staff who transferred to the UKTI Defence and Security Organisation in the UK.

The number of staff who have joined the UKTI Defence and Security Organisation since 2 April 2008 are:

Number

(a) civilian

12

(b) military

124

1 Under normal posting procedures.

Note:

These numbers exclude some 29 staff who transferred from the Ministry of Defence to UKTI DSO posts based in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) overseas. Three staff have since joined FCO on loan from the Ministry of Defence.

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform how many UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation civilian posts were made redundant in the move to Kingsgate House. (247802)

[holding answer 15 January 2009]: No civilian posts were made redundant as a result of the move to UKTI (Kingsgate House).