Transparency data

DCMS – Disclosure of Senior and Junior Salaries and Production of Organogram – 31st March 2015

As part of its commitment to greater transparency, government will publish salary information for the Senior Civil Service and organograms.

Documents

Senior salaries and staff posts dataset, 31st March 2015

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Junior salaries and staff posts dataset, 31st March 2015

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Details

As part of its commitment to greater transparency, the Government publishes salary information for the Senior Civil Service and organograms for all government departments.

The information provides a snapshot of the department as at 31st March 2015.

What we are publishing:

  • An organogram of DCMS to deputy director level. Below this, staff numbers are summarised by grade. It includes fixed term appointments, staff on loan or secondment in to DCMS and staff on paid maternity leave but excludes agency staff, consultants and specialist contractors.
  • A dataset showing individual names and salary information (in bands of £5,000) for SCS Pay Bands 2-4. Names and salary details for staff in grades SCS1 and 1A are not disclosed, but job titles are. Senior staff who were on maternity leave on the 31st March 2015 are not included.
  • A dataset providing summary information for more junior posts.
Published 30 November 2015