Government Departments: Temporary Employment

Cabinet Office written question – answered on 4th November 2019.

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Photo of Jon Trickett Jon Trickett Shadow Minister (Cabinet Office), Shadow Lord President of the Council

To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of 28 October 2019 to Question 3548 on Cabinet Office: Temporary Employment, how many of those staff in each category worked in each Government Department.

Photo of Simon Hart Simon Hart The Parliamentary Secretary, Cabinet Office

The requested information below is for Central Government departments only, which are the majority of customers for the Public Sector Resourcing framework.

Contracting Authority

£200 or less

£201 to £500

£501 to £1000

£1001 to £2000

more than £2000

Grand Total

Attorney General's Office

354

160

8

0

0

522

Cabinet Office

157

254

285

13

1

710

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy

327

237

96

1

1

662

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

53

24

39

4

0

120

Department for Education

132

173

67

1

0

373

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

2857

118

99

8

2

3084

Department for Health and Social Care (including NHS England)

730

154

130

0

0

1014

Department for Transport

366

112

108

3

0

589

Department for Work and Pensions (including BDPTS)

7

490

625

7

0

1129

HMRC

861

128

124

7

0

1120

HOME OFFICE

1122

245

291

2

0

1660

Ministry of Defence

203

473

220

8

0

904

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

32

46

46

1

0

125

Ministry of Justice

3059

527

355

1

0

3942

Grand Total

10260

3141

2493

56

4

15954

Please note that the grand total of workers placed has increased since the previous question. This is predominantly due to the integration of different systems not being complete since question 888 was asked.

Other bodies (e.g. Devolved Administrations, Arms Length Bodies, Police, Health) are eligible to use this framework agreement but this information is not included in the above response. Neither the Department for International Trade or the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have used this framework agreement at the time this question was asked. The Department for Exiting the European Union are not eligible to use this framework agreement.

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