Transparency data

Cabinet Office workforce management data 2015 to 2016

These monthly reports provide staff numbers and costs for the Cabinet Office.

Documents

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for March 2016

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Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for February 2016

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for January 2016

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for December 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for November 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for October 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for September 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for August 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for July 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for June 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for May 2015

Cabinet Office headcount and payroll data for April 2015

Detail

Cabinet Office publishes details about headcount and payroll costs for permanent staff and contractors on a monthly basis.

It also includes non-consolidated performance related pay data.

Notes for monthly workforce management information:

  1. These figures are not official statistics. They are internal workforce management information published in the interests of transparency.

  2. These figures have not been reconciled centrally with any national statistics. Where differences appear between the monthly information and national statistics, clarifying comments are provided.

  3. The ONS quarterly public sector employment survey continues to provide an official headline measure for comparing the overall size of employment in central government organisations with other sectors of the economy at the relevant quarterly reference point.

  4. Given the wide range of organisations covered, use caution when drawing inferences from the figures and when making comparisons between organisations. Refer to any additional commentary and notes where these are provided.