HC Deb 04 November 1993 vol 231 cc472-3W
Sir Nicholas Bonsor

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will publish a breakdown, by top level budget holder area, agency, where appropriate, and principal category, of United Kingdom-based industrial civilian staff.

Mr. Aitken

The information requested, as at 1 April 1993, is as follows:

MOD United Kingdom-based Industrial civilians by top level budget holder
(Full-time equivalent) MOD total 41,341.0
Navy total 14,137.5
2nd Sea Lord 296.0
Chief of Fleet Support 6,547.0
CinC Naval Home 4,895.5
CinC Fleet 2,316.0
Unallocated 83.0
Army total 15,082.5
CinC UK Land Forces 7,459.5
CinC BAOR 7.0
Adjutant General 273.5
Quartermaster General 5,563.0
Assistant Chief of the General Staff 1,779.5
RAF total 7,248.0
Air Member for Supply and Organisation 13.5
Air Member for Personnel 5.0
AOCinC Strike Command 2,691.0
AOCinC RAF Support Command 4,538.5
Centre total 761.5
Vice Chief of Defence Staff 109.0
2nd PUS 224.0
Chief Scientific Adviser 188.0
Chief of Defence Intelligence 95.5
Meteorological Office 27.5
Vice Chief of Defence Staff (Commitments) 117.5
PE total 4,111.5
Chief of Defence Procurement 1,508.5
Chief Executive Defence Research Agency 2,603.0

MOD United Kingdom-based industrial civilians employed within MOD agencies (full-time equivalents)
MOD agencies total 9,638.5
Army Base Repair Organisation 2,669.0
Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment 177.0
Defence Animal Centre 21.5
Director General of Defence Accounts 7.0
Defence Operational Analysis Centre 11.0
Duke of York's Royal Military School 20.0
Defence Postal and Courier Service 19.0
Defence Research Agency 2,603.0
Hydrographic Office 35.0
Meteorological Office 27.5
Military Survey 54.0
Naval Aircraft Repair Organisation 1,067.0
Queen Victoria School 13.0
RAF Maintenance Command 2,914.5

Information by principal category is not available without disproportionate cost.

Sir Nicholas Bonsor

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will publish a breakdown by grade, location and occupational group of the United Kingdom-based civilians shown in table 2.3 of Defence Statistics 1993 as employed in(a) Army doctrine and training, (b) each of the five Army districts, (c) naval policy and advice to the Chief of Naval Personnel, (d) non-military advice and financial management for the Chief of Fleet Support and (e) non-effectives and other staff of the second permanent under-secretary.

Mr. Aitken

My noble Friend the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Defence will write to the hon. Member.