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Written Answers — Department for International Development: Staff (8 Dec 2014)

Desmond Swayne: Holding answer received on 04 December 2014 The numbers of Staff Appointed in Country (SAIC) and Home Civil Service (HCS) based in DFID country offices in each year since 2010 are shown in the tables below. The figures are given for March of that year. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Location HCS SAIC HCS SAIC HCS SAIC HCS SAIC HCS SAIC Afghanistan 32 19 41...

Written Answers — Defence: Procurement (10 Dec 2013)

Alison Seabeck: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what contracts his Department currently holds with SAIC.

Written Answers — International Development: Staff (3 Jul 2013)

Alan Duncan: ...not possible to disaggregate this figure. (2) This figure represents payments to training providers for staff training and professional development for DFID staff, including staff appointed in country (SAIC).

Written Answers — International Development: Staff (25 Feb 2013)

Alan Duncan: ...numbers from across the organisation. These projections indicate that during the 2014-15 financial year we will have 1,846 home civil service (HCS) posts, plus 1,010 staff appointed in country (SAIC) posts (total 2,856 posts).

Public Bill Committee: Crime and Courts Bill [Lords]: New Clause 14 - Deportation on national security grounds: appeals (12 Feb 2013)

Damian Green: ...to family or private life, a suspensive appeal is not always required. Appellants will have a right to appeal to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission for the certificate to be set aside. The intention is that SAIC would review such an application fairly but expeditiously. As national security deportation cases often involve human rights claims, where it is alleged that individuals...

Written Answers — Home Department: Procurement (30 Jan 2013)

James Brokenshire: ...Remploy Limited Remploy Ltd (106751) Road Safety Support Ltd (RSS) Rock Kitchen Harris Roffey Park Roke Manor RolePlayers Royal Mail Royal Mint RPMI Limited RSM Tenon RSM Tenon - Risk Management Rufus Leonard SAIC Sand Resources SAP UK Ltd Sapphire Saville Consulting UK Ltd Savox Saxton Bampfylde Ltd SCC SCC/Recipero Scott Associates SCS Limited (105852) Securicare International Sequeli...

Written Answers — Home Department: Public Expenditure (27 Nov 2012)

James Brokenshire: ...Masons Port of Felixstowe PricewaterhouseCoopers Priority properties north west Prudential property investment Rapiscan Raytheon Systems Ltd Refugee Action (Regions—NW, SE and SW) Reed Reliance Integrated Services Ltd Remploy Ltd Roke Manor Research Ltd Royal Mail SAIC Ltd Sand Resources Savvis UK Ltd Secure Mail Services Ltd Serco Ltd Siemens Sodexho Software AG UK Ltd Specialist...

Justice and Security Bill [HL] — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (21 Nov 2012)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: ...Home Department, and had been impressed with the openness and fairness with which the issues in closed session were dealt with by those who were responsible for the evidence in that case before the SAIC. He went on to say that while the procedures that the SAIC adopts are not ideal-no one is pretending that this is a perfection of justice or making that argument- "it is possible by using...

Written Answers — International Development: Staff (1 Nov 2012)

Alan Duncan: ...the recruitment agency. It is not possible to disaggregate this figure. (2) This figure represents payments to training providers for staff training and professional development for DFID staff, including staff appointed in country ( SAIC). There were no payments made for outplacement agency fees during this period.

Written Answers — International Development: Bangladesh (22 Oct 2012)

Alan Duncan: Her Majesty's Treasury (HMT) Delegation states that DFlD's Staff Appointed In Country (SAIC) must be paid according to the local market. Overseas offices, therefore, undertake fundamental pay reviews to ensure that they are paying comparable wages to staff working for other local employers doing similar work. The last fundamental pay review for DFID Bangladesh, conducted jointly with the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Government Departments: Staff (3 Nov 2011)

Baroness Northover: ...employed by the Department for International Development in each year since 1997 are shown in the table below. The figures show our Home Civil Servant (HCS) staff and our Staff Appointed in Country (SAIC). SAIC are employed locally overseas on local terms and conditions, in support of our in-country development activity. Year No. of HCS employees No. of SAIC employees Total 1997...

Written Answers — International Development: Employment Agencies (5 Apr 2011)

Alan Duncan: ...not possible to disaggregate this figure. (2) This figure represents payments to training providers for staff training and professional development for DFID staff, including staff appointed in country (SAIC).

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental Pay (21 Jul 2010)

Andrew Mitchell: The pay bill for locally engaged staff employed by the Department for International Development (DFID), known as Staff Appointed in Country (SAIC), for the 2009-10 financial year was 14.9 million. The pay and benefits of SAIC engaged by DFID are determined by reference to the salaries and other benefits offered by up to 12 comparator organisations within the local labour market. The...

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental Manpower (12 Oct 2009)

Michael Foster: ...for International Development (DFID) as at (a) 1997, and (b) end of September 2009 (the latest figures available) are shown in the following table. Numbers of our staff appointed in country (SAIC) are shown separately. These are staff engaged locally overseas, on local terms and conditions, to support our work in developing countries. Home Civil Service (HCS) staff Staff...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (15 May 2009)

Stewart Stevenson: ... Russell Crawford Renfrewshire Council Baxter Neil RIAS Smith Colin RICS Scotland Walker Bruce Robertson Homes Stevenson John RPS plc Burbridge Veronica RTPI Esslemont John RTPI Morton Fiona Ryden LLP Tough David Ryden LLP Forrest Tom SAIC Hall Ken SAIC Laughlin Thomas SAIC McDonald James SAIC McMahon Brigid SAIC Wilcox Sue Sainsburys Wood Alastair Savills Frater Brian...

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental Foreign Workers (23 Feb 2009)

Michael Foster: ...nationals are shown in the following table. Number of home civil service staff EU foreign nationals 29 non-EU foreign nationals 6 DFID also employs 787 staff appointed in country (SAIC), engaged in our overseas offices on local terms and conditions. Most SAIC are non-EU nationals.

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental Older Workers (3 Nov 2008)

Ivan Lewis: ...financial year 2007-08, a total of 213 new recruits joined the Department for International Development (DFID). Of these, 116 were Home Civil Servants (HCS), and 97 were Staff Appointed in Country (SAIC) recruited locally to work in our network of offices overseas on local terms and conditions of service. Details of the number of staff aged over (a) 55 and (b) 60 who joined DFID in the...

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental Public Expenditure (22 Oct 2008)

Douglas Alexander: ...) levels by division for 2006 to 2008; plus projections of staff levels for 2009 to 2011 March 2006 March 2007 March 2008 Projection of total posts for March 2011 Division HCS SAIC Total HCS SAIC Total HCS SAIC Total HCS SAIC Total Corporate performance Business Solutions 87 0 87 83 5 88 84 9 93 100 19 119 ...

Written Answers — International Development: Departmental Manpower (22 Jul 2008)

Gillian Merron: ...for International Development (DFID) submits quarterly returns on our Home Civil Service (HCS) staffing numbers, to the Office for National Statistics. DFID also employs staff appointed in country (SAIC) recruited locally to work in our network of over 50 offices overseas on local terms and conditions of service. Details of our HCS and SAIC staff numbers, showing the separate and overall...

Written Answers — International Development: Diplomatic Service: Manpower (21 Jul 2008)

Douglas Alexander: The 10 highest-staffed DFID offices are shown in the following table with breakdown of home civil servants (HCS), and staff appointed in country (SAIC—locally engaged staff), as at the end of June 2008. Office HCS SAIC Total DFID Bangladesh 20 75 95 DFID India 20 69 89 DFID Nigeria 26 49 75 DFID Pakistan 20 32 52 DFID Ethiopia 19 33 52 DFID...


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