§ Ms Mowlam
To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, pursuant to his answer of 9 May,Official Report, column 13, in respect of his Department's estimated outturn expenditure, if he will account for the remainder of the administration costs excluding expenditure on premises, publicity and salaries.
§ Mr. Sproat
My reply of 9 May estimated expenditure of £12.7 million in respect of premises, publicity and salaries in my Department in 1994–95. Estimated expenditure on administration costs excluding these three elements is:
£ million Staff Related (eg travel and subsistence, recruitment) 1.5 Central Services (eg security, stationery) 1.4 Consultancies 1.2 Publications 0.5 Training/Conferences 0.7 IT/Telecommunications 1.7 Miscellaneous (eg Surveys, subscriptions, supplies/printing) 0.6
In addition, administration costs of £700,000 for the Royal Fine Arts Commission and £1 million for the Millennium Commission are included in the Department's administration vote. A further £3 million is due to be transferred to the Central Satistical Office for costs on the international passenger survey.