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We use a number of indicators to measure our performance.

These are split into input and impact indicators.

Input indicators show what is being ‘bought’ with public money, ie the resources being invested into delivering the results that we and our partners are aiming to achieve.

Impact indicators give information on the outcomes of our work. They reflect the quality and effectiveness of the programmes and priorities set out in our business plan and the impact they have on society. They provide a broad picture of performance, with a particular focus on whether fairness is being improved.

Performance indicators

For performance indicators prior to July 2012 see our Business Plan Quarterly Data Summary.

Input indicators

Input indicator Latest release Data for previous period Data source
1. Number of premises covered per £million of broadband delivery programme expenditure. N/A N/A Broadband Delivery UK
2. Ratio of charitable giving to grant-in-aid for cultural institutions funded by DCMS (Arts Council England, English Heritage, National Museums and Galleries). For every £1 of Grant-in-Aid received by DCMS-funded cultural institutions in 2010/2011, around 36 pence was received in fundraising/contributed income by these institutions. For every £1 of Grant-in-Aid received by DCMS-funded cultural institutions in 2010/2011, around 24 pence was received in fundraising/contributed income by these institutions. Charitable Giving Indicators Report 2011/2012
3. Public funding per eligible student at schools participating in the School Games (£ per student) By 1 August 2012 8,341 schools, with 3.85 million eligible students, were participating in the School Games. In 2011/2012 there was £50.8 million of public funding announced for the School Games. This equates to an average public sector cost of £13.20 per eligible student at schools participating in the School Games in 2011/2012. N/A School Games 2011/2012
4. Progress towards delivery on time and to budget of Olympic and Paralympic Games (ratio of actual spend as percentage of anticipated final cost to percentage of actual progress of Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) programme). As of 31 December 2011, the actual spend on the ODA capital programme was £4.87bn and the Current Baseline Budget for the total capital programme, including post games transformation, was £5.24bn (93% of the budget). The percentage progress on the ODA total capital programme was 93.5%. Therefore the ratio of spend to progress was 93.0/93.5 = 0.995 (a figure less than one means that progress achieved is greater than actual spend). At the end of September 2011, the ratio of spend to progress on the ODA capital programme was 0.998. Quarterly Olympic Indicator

Impact indicators

Impact indicator Latest release Data for previous period Data source
1. Proportion of people directly employed in tourism. The ONS Tourism Satellite Account estimated that there were 1,797,300 jobs directly supported by tourism expenditure in the UK in 2009. This equates to around 1,425,500 full-time equivalent (FTEs) in direct tourism employment. In 2012 there were 31,084,000 overseas visitors to the UK, an increase of 0.9% from 2011. The ONS Tourism Satellite Account estimated that there were 1,722,700 jobs directly supported by tourism expenditure in the UK in 2008. This equates to around 1,346,700 FTEs in direct tourism employment. In 2011 there were 30,798,000 overseas visitors to the UK. Tourism Intelligence Unit ONS, UK Tourism Satellite Account (Table 7 Excel data sheet)
2. Number of overseas visitors to the UK Latest quarterly data show that in 2013 Q1 (Jan-Mar), there were 6,389,000 overseas visitors to the UK, an annual increase of 2.2% from 2012 Q1. In 2012 Q4 (Oct-Dec), there were 7,592,000 overseas visitors to the UK, an annual increase of 5.4% from 2011 Q4. Overseas Travel and Tourism (Table1 Excel data sheet)
3. Total amount of creative employment in the UK Data not yet available – an updated classification is currently under consultation. N/A Creative Industries Economic Estimates
4. Ofcom’s Best-in-Europe scorecard (measuring coverage, speed, price and choice of broadband service). The latest scorecard from Ofcom shows European comparable indicators. N/A Ofcom
5. Total amount of charitable giving (donations and sponsorship) to cultural institutions funded by DCMS. In 2011/2012 DCMS-funded cultural institutions raised around £356.5 million in contributed income. £83 million of this was from donated objects. In 2010/2011 DCMS-funded cultural institutions raised around £250.4 million in contributed income. £17 million of this was from donated objects. Charitable Giving Indicators Report 2011/2012
6. Total visits to DCMS sponsored museums and galleries In 2011/12, there were 44,457,800 visits to DCMS sponsored museums and galleries. In 2010/11, there were 43,797,400 visits to DCMS sponsored museums and galleries. Sponsored museum annual performance indicators
7. Proportion of children participating in competitive sport. In Oct 2011-Sept 2012, 81.6% of 5 to 15 year old children had participated in competitive sport in the last 12 months. In 2011/2012, 80.0% of 5 to 15 year old children had participated in competitive sport in the last 12 months. Taking Part Survey
8. Percentage of employees within medium and large organisations (over 150 employees) recognised as supporting “Think, Act, Report” on gender equality. In March 2013, 12% of employees within medium and large organisations were recognised as supporting “Think, Act, Report” on gender equality. This was based on 60 medium and large organisations that were recognised as supporting “Think, Act, Report”. In July 2012, 8% of employees within medium and large organisation were recognised as supporting “Think, Act, Report” on gender equality. Management information

Equality data

DCMS has identified the following equality objectives linked to our Business Plan

  • The proportion of school children participating in competitive sport Intention of equality objective: Equal opportunities for children to play competitive sport
  • The employment of people within the tourism industries Intention of equality objective: Creating opportunities for people (across demographics) in employment
  • The delivery of broadband across the UK Intention of equality objective: DCMS is committed to providing universal access to broadband in the UK, with at least 90 per cent of premises covered by superfast broadband networks by 2015.
  • The preparations for, and the staging of, the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games (see table below) Intention of equality objective: To build an inclusive London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games To have the best possible small, skilled, motivated and diverse team
Equality objective Data source Comment
The preparations for and staging of the 2012 Olympics London 2012 Employment and Skills Update July 2011 (PDF 1.4mb) This document is a breakdown of the ‘current’ workforce on the park (as of July 2011)
  London 2012 Employment and Skills Contractor workforce, April 2008-July 2011 (PDF 1.3mb) This document is a breakdown of the cumulative workforce on the park – i.e. everyone who has worked on it for 5 days or more since April 2008 (as of July 2011)

Statement of new regulation

The statement of new regulation (SNR) covers all new regulatory measures that fall within the scope of One-in, Two-out. The list contains a short description of each measure, the expected date of implementation and a link to the latest available impact assessment (where published). Measures have been broken down into three main categories, INs, OUTs and ZERO NET COSTs.

Table of DCMS Fifth Statement of New Regulation (SNR5) measures

This summarises the deregulatory and regulatory measures introduced by DCMS between January and June 2013 and the net costs on business. Note that Government Equalities Office (GEO) measures have been included in the DCMS balance from SNR5 onwards following a machinery of government change in September 2012. GEO measures brought into force prior to SNR5 remain under the Home Office (HO) balance.

1 - INs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
GEO1030 Equality Act 2010: Section 40 (2)-(4) To remove liability on employers for harassment of their employees by third parties such as customers Mar-13 £0.3m To be published at commencement
DCMS004 The Legal Deposit Libraries Act 2003: off line publications To extend the requirement on publishers to deposit new print publications to CDs and microfilms Apr-13 £0.0m To be published at commencement

2 - ZEROs (N/A)
3 - OUTs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
GEO1033 Equality Act 2010: section 138 To remove obligation on employers to respond to information requests from persons that have a potential harassment case Mar-13 -£0.8m To be published at commencement
DCMS006 The Legal Deposit Libraries Act 2003: on line publications To extend the requirement on publishers to deposit new print publications to online publications Apr-13 -£0.8m To be published at commencement
DCMS033 Amendment to Licensing Act 2003 To reduce licensing requirements for live entertainment according to audience numbers Apr-13 To be confirmed with the RPC To be published at commencement
DCMS037 Amendment to gambling Act 2005: airside gaming machines To change the provisions governing the availability of entitlements to gaming machines at premises selling alcohol at airports Apr-13 To be confirmed with the RPC To be published at commencement
DCMS045 Amendment to Gambling Act 2005: trackside employment To change the rules to allow u18s to be employed at “sporting venues” which have betting premises Apr-13 To be confirmed with the RPC To be published at commencement
DCMS048 Heritage proposal in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (ERR) Bill To deregulate non-planning consents related to heritage protection (implementing Penfold Review recommendations) and to deregulate management of Osborne House by English Heritage Apr-13 -£0.0m To be published at commencement
DCMS050 / Hospitality, food and drink Amendment to the Wireless Telegraphy Act 1967 To remove the requirement for retailers to send notification of TV sales to TV licensing Apr-13 -£2.5m To be published at commencement
DCMS055 Amendment to Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill – listed building consent To simplify the listed building consent regime (implements Penfold Review recommendation) Apr-13 -£2.5m To be published at commencement

4 - EU

Impact Assessment Number Title of Measure Purpose of the Measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent Annual Net Cost to Business (£m, 2009) Impact Assessment
DCMS062 The Mobile Roaming (European Communities Amendment) Regulations 2012 To give powers to Ofcom to supervise and enforce EU regulations on mobile roaming services Feb-13 To be confirmed with the RPC To be published at commencement
DCMS051 The Authorisation of Frequency Use for the Provision of Mobile Satellite Services To implement a pan-European enforcement mechanism on operators of mobile satellite services Jan-13 £0.0m To be published at commencement

Table of DCMS Fourth Statement of New Regulation (SNR4) measures

This summaries the deregulatory and regulatory measures introduced by DCMS between July and December 2012 and the net costs on business.

1 - INs (N/A)
2 - ZEROs (N/A)
3 - OUTs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
DCMS014 Exempting Live Music from the Provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 To remove unnecessary regulatory burdens relating to live music provision and reduce costs that deter small venues from staging live music Oct-12 -£0.4m Proposal to exempt live music from the Licensing Act 2003

Table of DCMS Third Statement of New Regulation (SNR3) measures

This summaries the deregulatory and regulatory measures introduced by DCMS between January and June 2012 and the net costs on business.

1 - INs (N/A)
2 - ZEROs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
DCMS005 Local TV: Implementing a new framework To introduce 3 Statutory Instruments which taken together will lay the foundation for a vibrant and sustainable new local TV framework June 2012 £0.0m Local TV: implementing a new framework
DCMS038 Implementing the new PEGI Classification system for video games To amend the Video Recordings (Labelling) Regulations 2010 in order to implement the UK’s new video games classification and labelling regime April 2012 £0.0m Video recording labelling regulations 2011
DCMS043 Local TV and independent producers To consider removal of the quota on local TV services to carry independent productions and consider measures to allow independent production companies bid for local TV licences April 2012 £0.0m Independent producers and local TV

3 - OUTs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
DCMS031 Adjustments to gambling operating licence fees To amend the Gambling Commission fees (the fees that the industry pay for their regulation) to ensure that they best reflect full regulatory cost recovery, and introduce some deregulatory measures to the existing regime, so that overall costs to business can be reduced April 2012 -£0.7m Adjustments to gambling operating licence fees
DCMS044 Amendments to Schedule 6 of the Gambling Act 2005 To facilitate better information sharing and enable the effective control of betting integrity issues and ensure relevant sports bodies are included in Schedule 6 so that information sharing can happen in a timely and effective manner to fight against sports better corruption April 2012 -£0.1m Information sharing and control of betting integrity issues

Table of DCMS second statement of new regulation (SNR2) measures

This summaries the deregulatory and regulatory measures introduced by DCMS between July and December 2011 and the net costs on business.

1 - INs (N/A)
2 - ZEROs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
DCMS10 The Media Ownership (Radio and Cross-media) Order 2010 Removal of local cross-media ownership rules August 2011 £0m The Media Ownership (Radio and Cross-media) Order 2011

2 - OUTs

Impact assessment number Title of measure Purpose of the measure Date the measure is due to come into force Equivalent annual net cost to business (£m, 2009) Impact assessment
DCMS007 Gambling Act 2005: Category B3 Gaming Machine The government wants to give Adult Gaming Centres (AGCs) and bingo clubs more operational flexibility and freedom to take commercial decisions to prevent further closures and job losses July 2011 -£8.6m The Gambling Act 2005 (Gaming Machines in Adult Gaming Centres and Bingo Premises) Order 2011

Documents

  1. Input and Impact Indicators, 30 July 2013

    • 28 August 2013
    • Transparency data
  2. Input and Impact Indicators: 26th March 2013

    • 26 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  3. Input and impact indicators: 21 December 2012

    • 21 February 2013
    • Corporate report
  4. Input and impact indicators: 28 September 2012

    • 21 February 2013
    • Corporate report
  5. Measurement annex for performance indicators: September 2012

    • 21 February 2013
    • Corporate report

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