These documents explain Home Office structure and salaries for 2012.
Please note that UK Border Force became part of the Home Office on 1 March 2012. UK Border Force structure and salary information is shown in the UK Border Agency publication for March 2012 because the transition was ongoing at the date of the snapshot.
These documents provide information about:
- the number and types of posts in the Home Office
- the salaries (within £5,000 bands) of the most senior civil servants in our organisation and the salary costs of their teams
1 This information focuses on posts rather than people. The following posts are included:
- those occupied by permanent staff
- those occupied by fixed term appointees
- all posts occupied by a member of staff loaned or seconded into the department (regardless of funding arrangement)
- all staff on loan or secondment out of the department for which the department is incurring a cost
- all staff who are being paid but are not in a substantive post
- vacant posts
The following posts are excluded:
- exclusions on security grounds
2 This publication is based on information taken on 31 March 2012. Like all organisations, staff changes occur on a frequent basis, which makes complete accuracy at this level of detail a difficult task.
3 The total UK Border Agency staff cost in the audited accounts for 2009 to 2010 was £918,343,000 and in the provisional accounts for 2010 to 2011 is £905,219,000. This figure includes additional workforce related costs including pensions and allowances but excludes the cost of voluntary exit and early retirement schemes.
4 The minimum of the national pay scale and the maximum of the London pay scale is shown for all junior grades.
5 Team salary costs are rounded to the nearest £10,000.