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Written Parliamentary Questions (Correction)

Volume 570: debated on Friday 8 November 2013

The search parameters used to draw down historic information for three written answers given on 11 June 2013, Official Report, column 278W, on 14 May, Official Report, column 180W and on 18 July 2013, Official Report, column 900W to the hon. Member for Huddersfield (Mr Sheerman) did not capture a series of data sets which should have been included.

The hon. Member for Huddersfield asked:

a) the Secretary of State for International Development, how much her Department currently spends on contracts with Capita; and how much was spent in each year since 2008.

The full answer is as follows:

The table below gives details of spending on contracts with Capita since 2008. Current year spending (as of 31 October 2013) is £764,349.

Year

2008-09

£127,528

2009-10

£1,321,234

2010-11

£642,963

2011-12

£3,396,178

2012-13

£2,273,771

b) the Secretary of State for International Development, what the current level of expenditure by her Department is on contracts with G4S; and how much was spent by her Department on contracts with G4S in each year since 2008.

The full answer is as follows:

The table below gives details of expenditure on contracts with G4S since 2008. Current year spending (as of 31 October 2013) is £285,185.

Year

2008-09

£233,144

2009-10

£377,439

2010-11

£398,943

2011-12

£582,995

2012-13

£480,750

c) the Secretary of State for International Development, how much her Department spent on contracts with (a) Deloitte, (b) PricewaterhouseCoopers, (c) KPMG and (d) Ernst and Young in each year since 2008.

The full answer is as follows:

Supplier

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Deloitte

£3,361,372

£5,002,133

£5,143,026

£5,288,518

£4,075,911

PwC

£4,895,396

£6,639,842

£12,727,736

£24,422,792

£40,525,793

KPMG

£13,714,587

£29,214,769

£37,775,720

£39,522,961

£29,059,515

Ernst & Young

£301,324

£447,577

£331,884

£2,940,179

£3,041,053

This table shows the amount paid to the supplier. DFID systems cannot currently automatically break this down into how much is retained in fees and how much is spent on the project they are managing.