Departmental Pay

Treasury written question – answered on 5th February 2008.

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Photo of Philip Hammond Philip Hammond Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much his Department and its agencies spent on end-of-year bonus payments in each of the last five years.

Photo of Angela Eagle Angela Eagle The Exchequer Secretary, Member, Labour Party National Executive Committee

The following table updates a previous answer given to the hon. Gentleman on 8 October 2007, Hansard, column 218W, to give bonuses paid to staff by Department/agency. Further to the previous answer, the table includes data for National Savings and Investments, OGC Buying Solutions and amended figures for the Office of Government Commerce:

Department/Agency 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03
Debt Management Office 179,673 166,654 157,259 134,278 97,610
Government Actuary's Department(1) 22,500
HM Revenue and Customs(2) 18,960,303 11,047,400 13,363,285 1,115,723
HM Treasury 1,103,000 967,000 972,000 704,000 627,000
National Savings and Investments(3) 362,434 350,292
Office for National Statistics(2) 735,871 248,219 360,473 381,830;
Office of Government Commerce 322,727 282,264 168,250 153,000 123,200
OGC Buying Solutions 383,457 357,584 325,024 307,581 277,062
Royal Mint 4,802 40,073 22,258 10,752 0
Valuation Office Agency 114,100 0 0 320,218 276,829
Total 22,188,867 13,459,486 15,368,549 3,127,382 1,401,701
(1) Data for the Government Actuary's Department are not available for the period 2002-03 to 2005-06.

(2) Data for HM Revenue and Customs and the Office for National Statistics are not available for 2002-03.

(3) Data for National Savings and Investments are not available for the period 2002-03 to 2004-05.

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