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Secondment

Culture Media and Sport written question – answered on 12th December 2011.

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Photo of Gareth Thomas Gareth Thomas Shadow Minister (Cabinet Office), Party Chair, Co-operative Party

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport how many secondees are working in his Department and its associated public bodies; from which organisations; for how long each secondment is due to last; and if he will make a statement.

Photo of John Penrose John Penrose Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

There are 16 secondees working in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport as outlined in the following table.

Home organisation Expected leaving date Work area
Royal Parks 30 October 2012 DCMS
Qualifications Curriculum Authority 19 October 2012 DCMS
Electoral Commission 7 November 2012 DCMS
National Audit Office 31 October 2012 DCMS
English Cricket Board 16 April 2012 DCMS
Royal Air Force 31 October 2012 Olympic Games
Olympic Delivery Authority 30 September 2012 Olympic Games
DWP 31 October 2012 Olympic Games
Olympic Delivery Authority 31 December 2011 Olympic Games
Olympic Delivery Authority 30 November 2012 Olympic Games
Transport for London 20 April 2012 Olympic Games
Transport for London 30 December 2011 Olympic Games
Hitachi 1 August 2012 Olympic Games
Olympic Delivery Authority 31 December 2012 Olympic Games
Olympic Delivery Authority 30 September 2012 Olympic Games
Olympic Delivery Authority 30 September 2012 Olympic Games

We do not collate this information for our non-departmental public bodies. Accordingly, I have asked each of their chief executives to write directly to the hon. Member for Harrow West. Copies of the replies will be placed in both House Libraries.

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