Consultation outcome

Changes to MOD armed forces personnel statistics

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Detail of outcome

The Ministry of Defence ran a public consultation on changes to armed forces personnel statistics. The consultation period concluded on 18 June 2015. There was 1 response from an external stakeholder during the consultation period.

The attached document outlines the changes that will be made to armed forces personnel statistics during 2015 to 2016 together with the next publication date.

Original consultation

Summary

We are seeking your views on proposed changes to Ministry of Defence (MOD) armed forces personnel statistics.

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Consultation description

This consultation originally ran from 20 March to 16 April 2015. Due to restrictions associated with publicising consultations during the pre-election period, MOD has decided to re-open this consultation from 27 May to 18 June 2015, to allow further time for users to comment.

The Ministry of Defence publishes a wide range of armed forces personnel statistics. The main purpose of these statistics is; to measure the performance of the MOD against government and Parliament targets, and also to inform general debate in government, Parliament and the wider public. Our mission is to produce high quality statistics, analysis and advice to help Britain make better decisions.

Following an internal review of MOD tri-service publications content we are seeking further user views on the proposed changes to the publications. Further details on the proposed changes and process can be found in the consultation document.

Ways to respond

If you have any comments on the proposed changes please contact us:-

By email: DefStrat-Stat-Tri-Enquiries@mod.uk

By post:

Defence Statistics (Tri-Service)
Ministry of Defence
Main Building
Floor 3 Zone K
Whitehall
London
SW1A 2HB

Documents

Published 27 May 2015
Last updated 16 July 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added consultation response document.
  2. Consultation extended from 27 May to 18 June 2015, to allow further time for users to comment.
  3. First published.