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1 Statistical Bulletin Civil Service Statistics, 2012 Coverage: UK Date: 24 October 2012 Geographical Area: European (NUTS) Theme: Government Headline figures are: Civil Service Employment on 31 March 2012 was 463,812, down 34,621 or 7 per cent on 31 March The number of full time civil servants fell by just over 34,000 to 354,250 between March 2011 and March The number of civil servants working part time fell by around 550 to 109,562. More than half (53 per cent) of all employees were female. Of those employees who declared their ethnicity, 9.3 per cent were from an ethnic minority. Of those who declared their disability status, 8.3 per cent were disabled. More than four in five civil servants were aged Since March 2011 there were decreases in employment for all age bands except 65 and over, which increased by nearly 1,000, and 16-19, which increased by 100. Median gross annual earnings (excluding over time or one-off bonuses) for Civil Service employees was 23,900 in March 2012, an increase of 140 (0.6 per cent) on March Overview This bulletin contains an overview of Civil Service employment statistics on 31 March 2012 in context with statistics from previous years. The earliest available data on a consistent basis is for 31 March Data prior to this was collected for different reference dates in the year. There were also changes in coverage prior to Longer time series for total civil service employment are available from the Public Sector Employment release. The release counts all home Civil Service Employees. It excludes the Northern Ireland Civil Service, other Crown servants and employees of the wider public sector. There are home Civil Service employees based in Northern Ireland and Overseas. Office for National Statistics 1

2 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Statistics are presented on a range of factors including working pattern, gender, ethnicity, disability status, earnings and location of the Civil Service workforce. At a glance Civil Service employment has fallen by around 7 per cent between March 2011 and March There were just over 460,000 people worked in the Civil Service in March The decrease in Civil Service Employment was mainly in full time staff. The responsibility level which showed the largest decrease in employment was the Administrative responsibility level with a fall of nearly 10 per cent. The number of employees working at the Senior Civil Servant responsibility level fell by 4 per cent. Civil Service Employment Time Series; Headcount; 31 March; UK - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (31 Kb) There were increases in the 65 and over age band and age band while the number of employees in all other age bands fell. All regions had decreases in Civil Service employees. The largest percentage falls were in East Midlands, East of England and South West which all had decreases in Civil Service employment of over 9 per cent between March 2011 and March Office for National Statistics 2

3 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 The number of leavers from the Civil Service between March 2011 and March 2012 was over three and a half times the number of entrants. This reflects increases in voluntary redundancies in some departments and the freeze in external recruitment to the Civil Service. The majority of entrants were at the Administrative responsibility level. Female civil servants continue to make up over half of employees in the Administrative and Executive Officer responsibility levels. More than half of employees in the more senior responsibility levels were male. Of those who declared their ethnicity, just over 9 per cent of civil servants were from an ethnic minority in March Of those who declared whether they had a disability, just over 8 per cent of civil servants were disabled. These proportions varied between responsibility level. Civil servants at lower responsibility levels were twice as likely to be from an ethnic minority or to be disabled compared with senior civil servants. The median earnings of Civil Service employees increased by 140 (0.6 per cent) over the year to March 2012 to 23,900. Many departments were subject to a pay freeze during this period, however all staff earning less than 21,000 received a pay increase of at least 250. Civil Service Workforce Working pattern At 31 March 2012 there were 463,812 civil servants down 34,621 (around 7 per cent) on 31 March Civil Service Employment Time Series; Headcount by Working pattern; 31 March; UK Office for National Statistics 3

4 Civil Service Statistics, October Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (31.5 Kb) There was a decrease in the number of civil servants working full time of just over 34,000, or around 9 per cent, to 354,250 compared with 31 March 2011.There was a decrease of around 550, or 0.5 per cent in the number of part-time civil servants to 109,562.In March 2012 around 76 per cent of civil servants worked full time, a decrease of nearly 2 percentage points on March Responsibility level At 31 March 2012, around 45 per cent of the Civil Service worked at the Administrative responsibility level, 26 per cent worked at the Executive Officer level, 20 per cent worked at Higher or Senior Executive Officer level and 7 per cent worked at Grade 6 or 7 level. The remaining 1 per cent worked at Senior Civil Servant level. Civil Service Employment time series; by responsibility level; 31 March - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (18.5 Kb) Office for National Statistics 4

5 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Employment in all responsibility levels fell between March 2011 and March The Administrative responsibility level showed the largest percentage decrease of just under 10 per cent. There were decreases of between 3.6 per cent and 5.3 per cent in the other responsibility levels. The large fall in the number of civil servants at the Administrative responsibility level led to a decrease in the overall proportion of civil servants working at that level of 1.3 percentage points. The proportion of civil servants at all other responsibility levels increased slightly. Gender At 31 March 2012 slightly more than half (53 per cent) of all Civil Service employees were female, unchanged on March Civil Service employment time series; female employees as a percentage of employees by responsibility - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (18.5 Kb) The proportion of females working at Senior Civil Service level in March 2012 was 35.0 per cent, an increase of 0.3 percentage points on March 2011 and 3.2 percentage points on March The proportion of Grade 6 and 7s who were female has been steadily increasing from 38.1 per cent in March 2008 to 41.1 per cent in March The proportion of female employees in the other grades has remained fairly constant with increases in some years offset by decreases in others. Office for National Statistics 5

6 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Gender and age More than four in five civil servants were aged in March Civil Service employment; Distribution by age and gender; 31 March 2012, UK - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (31.5 Kb) Since March 2011 there were decreases in employment for all age bands except 65 and over, which increased by nearly 1,000 and 16-19, which increased by 100. There were more females than males in the 20-29, 30-39, and age bands. There were more males than females in the other age bands. Region There were 46,000 Civil Service employees in Scotland, 32,000 in Wales and 4,000 in Northern Ireland in March Office for National Statistics 6

7 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Civil Service employment; percentage breakdown of Civil Servants by region; 31 March Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (18.5 Kb) The English region with the highest number of civil servants in March 2012 was London with 75,000 employees. The lowest was East Midlands with 22,000. There were decreases in the number of civil servants in all UK regions. The regions with the largest percentage decreases in Civil Service employment between March 2011 and March 2012 were East Midlands, East of England and South West, all of which had falls in employment of over 9 per cent. Entrants and leavers A total of 46,109 employees left the Civil Service between March 2011 and March During the same period 12,570 people joined the Civil Service. Office for National Statistics 7

8 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Civil Service employment; leavers from and entrants to the Civil Service in year to 31 March 2012 by responsibility level; UK - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (19.5 Kb) Employees at Administrative responsibility level accounted for 51 per cent of entrants compared with 49 per cent of leavers. All other responsibility levels accounted for a higher proportion of leavers than entrants. Ethnicity Of the Civil Service employees in March 2012 who declared their ethnicity, 9.3 per cent were from an ethnic minority, an increase of 0.1 percentage points on March Office for National Statistics 8

9 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Civil Service employment; ethnic minority employees as a percentage of employees with known ethnic origin by responsibility level; 31 March 2012; UK - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (18 Kb) At March 2012, 10.6 per cent of employees at Executive responsibility level and 9.6 per cent of employees at Administrative responsibility level were from an ethnic minority. In comparison 5 per cent of those at the Senior Civil Service level were from an ethnic minority. Disability status In March 2012, 8.3 per cent of civil servants who declared their disability status were disabled, an increase of 0.6 percentage points compared with March Office for National Statistics 9

10 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Civil Service employment; disabled employees as a percentage of employees with a known disability status; 31 March 2012; UK - Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (18 Kb) The proportion of employees with a declared disability was greater in lower responsibility levels compared with high responsibility levels. At the Administrative responsibility level, 9.2 per cent employees who declared their disability status were disabled. This compares with 4.3 per cent of employees at Senior Civil Service level. National identity At 31 March 2012, 42 per cent of civil servants with a declared national identity declared themselves as British or Mixed British. Office for National Statistics 10

11 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Civil Service employment; national identity as a percentage of employees with a declared national identity; 31 March Office for National Statistics Download chart XLS format (18 Kb) Employees alternatively declared themselves as English (41 per cent), Scottish (8 per cent), Welsh (6 per cent) or Irish (1 per cent). The remaining 2 per cent recorded another national identity. Salary The median gross salary of civil servants on 31 March 2012 was 23,900, an increase of 140 on the median salary on 31 March Employees overseas had the highest median earnings of 35,650, followed by employees in London ( 30,180). The regions with the lowest median earnings were North East ( 19,720), Northern Ireland ( 20,760), Wales ( 21,320), North West ( 21,530) and Scotland ( 21,540). Office for National Statistics 11

12 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Civil Service employment; median annual gross salary of full-time employees by gender and responsibility level; 31 March 2012; UK - Office for National Statistics Notes: 1. Median annual gross salaries are rounded to the nearest ten. Download chart XLS format (18.5 Kb) Reconciliation of Annual and Quarterly Civil Service Employment Statistics (Table 11) This statistical bulletin presents a range of statistics for the year ending 31 March 2012, based on findings from the Annual Civil Service Employment Survey (ACSES). ONS also collects and publishes quarterly Civil Service employment statistics as part of the Public Sector Employment (PSE) Statistical Bulletin. These quarterly statistics should be used when seeking to measure the size of the Civil Service over time. The latest published statistics are for Q when Civil Service employment was 459,000 (424,000 on a full-time equivalent basis). The difference between the ACSES and Q1 PSE figures, which use the same reference date, is less than 0.1 per cent on headcount and around 0.1 per cent for full time equivalents. This is not considered to impact significantly on the quality of the annual statistics. Office for National Statistics 12

13 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Table 11 provides a full breakdown of the differences between the two sources by department. Background notes 1. Basic Quality Information Civil Service Statistics are sourced from the Annual Civil Service Employment Survey (ACSES) which, following a development programme in 2007, replaced the Mandate Collection and departmental returns. There are no key issues to report that relate specifically to this release. For general issues regarding the interpreting of data, please see the Common pitfalls in interpreting the series section. Further details can be found in the Quality and Methodology Information note for Civil Service Statistics. 2. Relevance to Users In consultation with the Cabinet Office and government departments the content of the survey is continuously reviewed. Civil Service Statistics 2012 covers the 12-month period to 31 March When comparing Civil Service Statistics over time it is important to note that the reference periods of the collections have changed between years prior to ACSES offers the benefit of uniform collection for the whole of the Civil Service. Previously two collection tools were used ( ). The Mandate collection accounted for approximately 85 per cent of the Civil Service and comprised comprehensive anonymous datasets extracted directly from the HR systems of government departments and their agencies. For historical reasons some departments supplied summary tables instead. These were called departmental returns and covered only a limited subset of data. 3. Common pitfalls in interpreting series This release counts all home Civil Service employees. Civil Service Statistics excludes the Northern Ireland Civil Service, other Crown servants and employees in the wider public sector, for example, employees of Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) and the National Health Service (NHS). Statistics are published on the gender, ethnicity, disability status and age of the Civil Service workforce. All diversity statistics relate to civil servants counted on a headcount basis. Employees declared as disabled are presented as a percentage of known disability status. Those employees who have either not responded or actively chosen not to declare their status are excluded from the calculation. The same applies when calculating the percentage of civil servants from an ethnic background. This should be considered when interpreting the statistics. 4. Concepts and definitions Office for National Statistics 13

14 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Headcount statistics are based on the number of employees with an employment contract who are being paid by the organisation. Employees can be permanent, on a fixed-term contract or employed on a casual basis. The self-employed, contract workers and agency workers are excluded. Employees not on the payroll and not being paid during the reference period are also excluded, for example, those on unpaid maternity leave, unpaid sick absence and career breaks. Full-time employees are those who are contracted to work 37 hours per week (36 hours per week in London). Part-time employees are those who work less than the normal contracted hours. Full-time equivalents are based on converting part-time employees hours into a full-time employees equivalent and provides a better indicator of total labour input than a headcount. Permanent employees are employees with a contract that has no agreed expiry date or a fixed term contract of more than twelve months. Temporary/casual employees are those with a fixed term contract of twelve months or less or employed on a casual basis. Casual employees must be paid through the departments payroll. Employees hired through agencies are not included. Entrants and leavers are employees entering or leaving the Civil Service in the twelve months to 31 March The figures exclude transfers and loans between departments. Employees leaving on 31 March 2012 are counted as both staff in post and leavers. A number of departments are unable to provide a date of entry for civil servants in their employment. Some departments are also unable to distinguish between those civil servants entering their department for the first time via transfer or loan and those new to the Civil Service. As such, the number of net entrants and leavers will not reconcile with the change in employment between 31 March 2011 and 31 March Gross salary is the annual salary inclusive of basic pay (including consolidated performance pay) and pay-related allowances such as regional and skills allowances. It does not include bonuses. The headline earnings statistics are based on the median rather than the mean. The median is the value below which 50 per cent of employees fall. It is preferred over the mean for earnings data as it is influenced less by extreme values and because of the skewed distribution of earnings data. Responsibility levels - Since 1 April 1996 all departments and agencies have had delegated responsibility for the pay and grading of their employees, except for those in the Senior Civil Service (SCS). The concept of broad responsibility levels is therefore used, in which departmental grades have been assigned to levels broadly equivalent (in terms of pay and job weight) to the former Service-wide grades. Senior Management SCS Senior Civil Service Other Management Grades Office for National Statistics 14

15 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Grade 6 Grade 7 SEO Senior Executive Officer HEO - Higher Executive Officer EO Executive Officer Administrative Grades AO Administrative Officer AA - Administrative Assistant The professions of civil servants were collected for the first time in The professions relate to the post occupied by the person and are not dependent on any qualifications the individual may have. The range of professions includes economics, engineering, finance, human resources, law, science, tax professionals etc. Employees can alternatively be assigned to operational delivery (delivering front line services) or policy delivery (designing or enhancing services to the public). If a post could be considered operational delivery but also matches one of the specific professions, the person is assigned to the specific profession. It should not be assumed that those classified to Operational Delivery represent the sum of all those delivering front line services. Regional statistics are presented in this publication at NUTS 2 region level. More detailed geographical breakdowns are available in the associated on-line tables released today. 5. Accuracy All government departments and agencies responded to the survey for the year ending 31 March Departments are not always able to provide complete information for every variable and users should consider this known under-coverage and non-response issue when interpreting the statistics, particularly over time. Office for National Statistics 15

16 Civil Service Statistics, October /12 Non-Response Comparison Per cent non-response Gender 0 0 Age 0.1 <0.1 Responsibility level Disability status Ethnicity National Identity Profession Gross salary Table source: Office for National Statistics Download table XLS format (18 Kb) The main reason for under-coverage and non-response is that it can take time for HR systems to catch up when a new employee joins their department. Departments are also increasingly moving to self-service systems which require individuals to maintain their personal information via an intranet service. While it is the responsibility of departments to review the quality of information held and encourage regular updates, an element of non-response is expected. 6. Reliability There have been no revisions made to Civil Service Statistics Coherence A key measure of quality is the reconciliation between the two sources of Civil Service employment statistics, the annual and quarterly surveys. Despite departments supplying both sets of data and ONS s continuing work with departments to minimise any differences between the two sources, some differences still remain. Disparities arise due to timing differences between the two sources and the nature of the data collections. The quarterly survey is published eleven to twelve weeks after the end of the reference period. As only summary statistics are required, data can often be sourced by departments directly from payroll systems rather than HR systems which are commonly used to supply data for ACSES. The timeliness of the survey also means that HR systems continue to be updated after the snapshot date. This live updating of systems means there is always the possibility of differences arising before the more comprehensive annual collection is completed. Office for National Statistics 16

17 Civil Service Statistics, October Notes on tables Rounding the sum of constituent items in tables may not always agree exactly with the totals shown due to rounding. Symbols.. Figures suppressed to avoid disclosure of information relating to individual enterprises. - Data not available. 9. Details of the policy governing the release of new data are available by visiting or from the Media Relations Office Copyright Crown copyright 2012 You may use or re-use this information (not including logos) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence. To view this licence, visit or write to the Information Policy Team, The National Archives, Kew, London TW9 4DU, or This document is also available on our website at Statistical contacts Name Phone Department Emily Carless +44 (0) Labour Market Division, Office for National Statistics Office for National Statistics 17

18 Civil Service Statistics, October 2012 Issuing Body: Office for National Statistics Media Contact Details: Telephone: (8.30am-5.30pm Weekdays) Emergency out of hours (limited service): Office for National Statistics 18

19 Civil Service Statistics 2012 Statistical Bulletin Tables Table Title 1 Civil Service employment by responsibility level and gender 2 Civil Service employment by ethnicity and responsibility level 3 Civil Service employment by disability status and responsibility level 4 Civil Service employment by age and responsibility level 5 Civil Service employment by national identity and responsibility level 6 Civil Service employment by gross salary band and gender 7 Median earnings for employees by responsibility level and gender 8 Civil Service employment by profession 9 Entrants and leavers to the Civil Service by gender and responsibility level 10 Regional distribution of Civil Service employment 11 Civil Service employment; Reconciliation of annual and quarterly statistics Regional Table Title Civil Service employment; regional (GOR) distribution by government department Civil Service employment; regional (GOR) distribution Civil Service employment; regional (NUTS2) distribution Civil Service employment; regional (NUTS3) distribution Civil Service employment; by region, responsibility level and gender Civil Service employment; by region, responsibility level and ethnicity Civil Service employment; by region, responsibility level and disability status Civil Service employment by region and age Responsibility Level Table Title 20 Civil Service employment; headcount; responsibility level by government department 21 Civil Service employment; full-time equivalent ; responsibility level by government department 22 Civil Service employment; responsibility level by government department and gender 23 Civil Service employment by responsibility level, age and gender Earnings Table Title

20 Civil Service employment; median and mean earnings by department (permanent employees) 32 Median earnings by responsibility level, government department and gender 33 Mean earnings by responsibility level, government department and gender 34 Median Civil Service Gender Pay Gap ( ) 35 Mean Earnings for employees by responsibility level and gender pay difference Civil Service employment; median earnings by responsibility level and government department Civil Service employment; median earnings by region and responsibility level Civil Service employment; median earnings by ethnicity and responsibility level Civil Service employment; median earnings by disability status and responsibility level Civil Service employment; median and mean earnings by department (full-time permanent employees) Civil Service employment; median and mean earnings by department (part-time permanent employees) Civil servant salaries in excess of a) 100,000 b) 150,000 and c) 200,000 per annum Government Department Table Title 36 Civil Service employment; percentage of male and female employees by department 37 Civil Service employment by government department and ethnicity 38 Civil Service employment by government department and disability status 39 Civil Service employment by government department and age Entrants and Leavers Table Title 40 Civil Service entrants and leavers by government department and gender 41 Civil Service entrants and leavers by government department and ethnicity

21 1 Civil Service employment by responsibility level and gender Headcount Full-time employees Part-time employees Responsibility level 1 2 Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service 2,758 1,300 4, ,873 1,545 4,418 Other Management Grades 6 and 7 18,587 10,694 29,281 1,205 3,121 4,326 19,792 13,815 33,607 Senior and Higher Executive Officers 48,309 32,134 80,443 3,177 9,940 13,117 51,486 42,074 93,560 Executive Officers 48,656 41,139 89,795 4,274 25,274 29,548 52,930 66, ,343 Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 78,765 69, ,350 9,760 52,429 62,189 88, , ,539 Not reported 2, , , , , , ,250 18,537 91, , , , ,812 2 This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level. 1 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level.

22 2 Civil Service employment by ethnicity and responsibility level 1 Headcount Responsibility level 2 3 White Asian Black Chinese Mixed Other ethnicity Not Declared Not Reported with known ethnicity Ethnic minority as percentage of known ethnicity 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service 3, ,420 3, Other Management Grades 6 and 7 24, , ,610 26, Senior and Higher Executive Officers 70,180 2,880 1, ,450 2,870 93,560 76, Executive Officers 87,540 5,260 3, , ,860 1, ,340 97, Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 150,860 8,470 4, , ,950 3, , , Not reported ,050 2, ,030 17,560 10, ,190 1,670 80,950 11, , , Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by "..". 2 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level. 3 This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level.

23 3 Civil Service employment by disability status and responsibility level 1 Responsibility level 2 3 Disabled Non-disabled Not Declared Not Reported with known disability status Headcount Disabled employees as percentage of known disability status 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service 140 2,980 1, ,420 3, Other Management Grades 6 and 7 1,320 22,420 9, ,610 23, Senior and Higher Executive Officers 4,760 58,660 30, ,560 63, Executive Officers 7,360 81,190 30, ,340 88, Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 12, ,650 77, , , Not reported , , , , , , , Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by "..". 2 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level. 3 This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level.

24 4 Civil Service employment by age and responsibility level 1 Headcount Responsibility level & Over Not reported Median Age 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service ,720 1, Other Management Grades 6 and ,150 12,180 10,520 1, Senior and Higher Executive Officers.. 6,530 20,710 33,490 27,370 4, Executive Officers 10 8,440 24,550 43,340 35,210 6,600 1, Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 1,040 31,610 43,010 61,140 54,940 14,930 3, Not reported ,070 47,750 97, , ,470 28,160 6, Employees in age group as percentage of all employees with known age 1 Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by ".." This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level. 2 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level.

25 5 Civil Service employment by national identity and responsibility level 1 Responsibility level 2 3 British or Mixed-British English Irish Scottish Welsh Headcount Other national identity Not Declared Not Reported Total 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service 1, ,420 Other Management Grades 6 and 7 13,490 7, ,420 1, ,360 4,670 33,610 Senior and Higher Executive Officers 28,650 24, ,010 3,630 1,490 8,760 21,290 93,560 Executive Officers 36,950 39, ,070 5,130 1,710 11,490 15, ,340 Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 61,290 66,430 1,130 12,980 9,420 2,980 22,400 33, ,540 Not reported ,080 2, , ,220 2,840 27,680 19,440 6,940 47,810 78, ,810 1 Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by "..". 2 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level. 3 This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level.

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27 6 Civil Service employment by gross salary band and gender 1 Headcount Full-time employees 2 Part-time employees 3 3 Salary band Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 31 March 2012 Up to 15,000 1,680 1,740 3, ,230 1,610 2,060 2,970 5,020 15,001-20,000 46,960 51,730 98,690 7,710 45,100 52,800 54,670 96, ,500 20,001-25,000 41,520 39,020 80,540 3,060 22,930 25,990 44,580 61, ,530 25,001-30,000 39,410 25,820 65,230 2,790 10,940 13,730 42,200 36,760 78,960 30,001-35,000 24,620 13,250 37,870 1,680 3,800 5,480 26,300 17,050 43,350 35,001-40,000 14,250 7,520 21, ,930 2,770 15,100 9,450 24,550 40,001-45,000 7,730 3,770 11, ,510 2,040 8,250 5,280 13,530 45,001-50,000 5,810 3,560 9, ,210 6,110 4,480 10,580 50,001-55,000 5,420 2,950 8, ,420 5,850 3,940 9,790 55,001-60,000 3,490 1,700 5, ,690 2,190 5,880 60,001-65,000 2,550 1,500 4, ,730 1,960 4,690 65,001-70,000 2, , ,140 1,230 3,370 70,001-75,000 1, , , ,800 75, ,000 1, , , , , , , , , Not reported Lower quartile ( ) 20,260 18,710 19,670 17,580 18,240 18,110 19,720 18,620 18,710 Median ( ) 26,230 23,430 24,480 22,890 19,740 20,210 26,080 22,250 23,900 Upper quartile ( ) 33,560 29,670 31,920 29,800 24,290 25,630 33,200 28,000 30,280 Mean ( ) 29,660 26,500 28,270 26,350 22,480 23,730 29,370 25,280 27,200 1 Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by "..". 2 Salaries represent actual annual gross salaries rounded to the nearest ten. 3 Salaries represent the full-time equivalent earnings of part-time employees rounded to the nearest ten.

28 7 Median Earnings for employees by responsibility level and gender 1 per cent Responsibility level 2 3 Male Female Pay Gap (Women/Men) Full-time 4 Part-time 5 All 5 Full-time 4 Part-time 5 All 5 Full-time 4 Part-time 5 All 5 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service 79,800 84,980 80,000 75,120 71,700 74, Other Management Grades 6 and 7 54,260 54,770 54,400 52,600 52,610 52, Senior and Higher Executive Officers 33,910 34,680 33,910 32,570 32,620 32, Executive Officers 24,870 24,290 24,850 24,230 24,230 24, Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 19,160 17,760 18,870 18,570 18,690 18, ,230 22,890 26,080 23,430 19,740 22, Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by "..". 2 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level. 3 This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level. 4 Salaries represent actual annual gross salaries rounded to the nearest ten. 5 Salaries represent the full-time equivalent earnings of part-time employees rounded to the nearest ten.

29 8 Civil Service employment by profession Profession of post 1 Headcount 31 March 2012 Communications and Marketing 3,470 Economics 747 Engineering 1,540 Finance 11,592 Human Resources 7,278 Information technology 7,472 Internal Audit 706 Law 6,995 Knowledge and Information Management 1,330 Medicine 1,122 Operational Delivery 271,116 Operational Research 385 Planning 450 Policy delivery 18,930 Procurement and Contract Management 2,483 Programme and Project Management 3,888 Psychology 1,061 Inspector of Education and Training 472 Science 6,436 Social and Market Research 445 Statistics 1,443 Tax Professionals 20,874 Veterinarian 443 Property Asset Management 2,256 Other 68,205 Non-response 22, ,812 1 Professions relate to the post occupied by the person and are not dependent on qualifications the individual may have.

30 9 Entrants and leavers to the Civil Service by gender and responsibility level Headcount All entrants All leavers Responsibility level 1 2 Male Female Total Male Female Total 31 March 2012 Senior Management Senior Civil Service Other Management Grades 6 and ,914 1,247 3,161 Senior and Higher Executive Officers ,766 4,840 3,712 8,552 Executive Officers ,208 4,558 5,258 9,816 Administrative Administrative Officers and Assistants 4,238 4,490 8,728 10,297 13,195 23,492 Not reported ,331 6,239 12,570 22,446 23,663 46,109 1 With the exception of the Senior Civil Service, government departments have delegated pay and grading. For statistical purposes departments are asked to map their grades to a common framework by responsibility level. 2 This table shows staff in their substantive responsibility level unless on temporary promotion in which case staff are recorded at the higher responsibility level.

31 10 Regional distribution of Civil Service employment 12 Headcount Full Time Equivalent Permanent Temporary Total Permanent Temporary Total 31 March 2012 North West 56, ,960 50, ,763 North East 31,365 1,732 33,097 27,832 1,307 29,138 Yorkshire and the Humber 35, ,014 32, ,840 West Midlands 30, ,620 27, ,121 East Midlands 22, ,378 20, ,383 East of England 25, ,857 23, ,843 London 74, ,665 70, ,407 South East 46, ,565 42, ,015 South West 46, ,589 43, ,638 England 367,897 4, , ,052 4, ,149 Scotland 44,757 1,507 46,264 41,399 1,311 42,709 Wales 30,912 1,057 31,969 28, ,373 Northern Ireland 4, ,053 3, ,785 Overseas 5, ,335 5, ,146 Not reported 3, ,446 3, , ,372 7, , ,134 6, ,514 1 Counts of less than five are represented by "..". 2 Workplace postcode data are used to derive geographical information.

32 11 Civil Service employment; Reconciliation of annual and quarterly statistics 1 Published quarterly statistics 2 Annual statistics Difference Percentage difference Full Time Full Time Full Time Full Time Headcount Equivalent Headcount Equivalent Headcount Equivalent Headcount Equivalent 31 March 2012 Attorney General's Departments Attorney General's Office Crown Prosecution Service 7,650 7,060 7,650 7, Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate Serious Fraud Office Treasury Solicitor 1, Business, Innovation and Skills Business, Innovation and Skills (excl. agencies) 3,030 2,930 2,940 2, Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service Companies House Insolvency Service 2,100 2,000 2,080 1, Land Registry 4,670 4,180 4,670 4, Met Office 1,890 1,820 1,900 1, National Measurement Office Office of Fair Trading Office of Gas and Electricity Market Ordnance Survey 1,080 1,040 1,070 1, Skills Funding Agency 1,260 1,230 1,260 1, UK Intellectual Property Office UK Space Agency Cabinet Office Cabinet Office (excl. agencies) 5 1,760 1,710 1,620 1, Other Cabinet Office agencies Central Office of Information Office of the Parliamentary Counsel Government Procurement Service Chancellor's other departments Debt Management Office Government Actuary's Department National Savings and Investments Charity Commission Charity Commission Communities and Local Government Department for Communities and Local Government (excl. agencies) 1,880 1,820 1,880 1, Fire Service College Planning Inspectorate Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Culture, Media and Sport Department for Culture Media and Sport Royal Parks Defence Ministry of Defence ,850 54,250 53,370 51,790-2,480-2, Defence Support Group 2,500 2,470 2,760 2, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory 3,750 3,630 3,720 3, Royal Fleet Auxiliary 3 7 n/a n/a 2,030 2,030 2,030 2,030 n/a n/a UK Hydrographic Office 1, , Education Department for Education 2,790 2,670 2,790 2, Energy and Climate Change Department for Energy and Climate Change 1,310 1,290 1,310 1, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (excl. agencies) 2,160 2,090 2,160 2, Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency 2,520 2,350 2,520 2, Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science Food and Environment Research Agency Office of Water Services Rural Payments Agency 2,540 2,350 2,540 2, Veterinary Medicines Directorate ESTYN ESTYN Food Standards Agency Food Standards Agency 1,330 1,300 1,330 1, Foreign and Commonwealth Office Foreign and Commonwealth Office (excl. agencies) 5,840 5,780 6,560 6, Wilton Park Executive Agency Health Department of Health (excl. agencies) 2,370 2,290 2,370 2, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency HM Revenue and Customs HM Revenue and Customs 74,980 66,470 74,970 66, Valuation Office 3,750 3,470 3,770 3, HM Treasury HM Treasury 1,220 1,180 1,070 1, Asset Protection Agency Office for Budget Responsibility Home Office Home Office (excl. agencies) 6 10,730 10,240 10,740 10, Criminal Records Bureau Identity and Passport Service 3,420 3,050 3,450 3, National Fraud Authority UK Border Agency 6 11,560 10,830 11,600 10, International Development Department for International Development 1,700 1,650 1,710 1, Justice Ministry of Justice (excl. agencies) 4,240 4,060 4,250 4, Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service 20,650 18,500 20,660 18, National Archives National Offender Management Service 45,580 43,490 45,580 43, Office of the Public Guardian UK Supreme Court Northern Ireland Office Northern Ireland Office Office for Standards in Education Office for Standards in Education 1,450 1,400 1,440 1,

33 Published quarterly statistics 2 Annual statistics Difference Percentage difference Full Time Full Time Full Time Full Time Headcount Equivalent Headcount Equivalent Headcount Equivalent Headcount Equivalent Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation Ofqual Scottish Government Scottish Government (excl. agencies) 5,210 4,980 5,200 4, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service 1,650 1,540 1,650 1, Disclosure Scotland National Records of Scotland Education Scotland Historic Scotland 1, , Office of Accountant in Bankruptcy Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator Registers of Scotland 1,070 1,000 1,160 1, Scottish Court Service 1,460 1,340 1,460 1, Scottish Housing Regulator Scottish Prison Service 4,190 4,080 4,180 4, Scottish Public Pensions Agency Student Awards Agency Transport Scotland Scotland Office Scotland Office Security and Intelligence Services Security and Intelligence Services 5,440 5,210 5,440 5, Transport Department for Transport (excl. agencies) 1,670 1,630 1,670 1, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency 6,260 5,710 6,260 5, Driving Standards Agency 2,570 2,400 2,580 2, Government Car and Despatch Agency Highways Agency 3,490 3,390 3,480 3, Maritime and Coastguard Agency 1,120 1,070 1,120 1, Office of Rail Regulation Vehicle and Operator Services Agency 2,210 2,130 2,210 2, Vehicle Certification Agency United Kingdom Statistics Authority United Kingdom Statistics Authority 3,660 2,990 3,660 2, UK Export Finance UK Export Finance Wales Office Wales Office Welsh Government Welsh Government 5,330 5,080 5,330 5, Work and Pensions Department for Work and Pensions 4 99,960 88,630 99,960 88, The Health and Safety Executive 3,490 3,270 3,500 3, Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission 9,020 7,900 9,020 7, Total employment 463, , , , Source: Quarterly Public Sector Employment Survey; 1 Numbers are rounded to the nearest ten, and cells containing between one and five employees are represented by "..". 2 Quarterly estimates for Q1 are subject to revision in December. 3 Quarterly figures for Ministry of Defence include Royal Fleet Auxiliary. Annual figures may differ from the quarterly public sector employment survey data due to major changes being made to the civilian data after 1st April Department for Work and Pensions record part year staff as part time for QPSES and full time for ACSES. 5 The QPSES figure for Cabinet Office includes figures for National Shool of Government, which closed on 31 March Detailed data on the National School for ACSES was unavailable and is therefore excluded. 6 On 1 March 2012, Border Force, which had been part of UK Border Agency, transferred to Home Office Headquarters, a movement of approximately 8000 employees. 7 National Identity is unknown for all MOD employees as this is not held on their systems.

34 12 Civil Service employment; regional (GOR) distribution by government department 12 Headcount North West North East Yorkshire and the Humber West Midlands East Midlands East of England London South East South Northern West Scotland Wales Ireland Overseas Not reported 31 March 2012 Attorney General's Departments Attorney General's Office Crown Prosecution Service 1, , Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate Serious Fraud Office Treasury Solicitor Business, Innovation and Skills Business, Innovation and Skills (excl. agencies) , Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service Companies House Insolvency Service Land Registry , Met Office , National Measurement Office Office of Fair Trading Office of Gas and Electricity Market Ordnance Survey Skills Funding Agency UK Intellectual Property Office UK Space Agency Cabinet Office Cabinet Office (excl. agencies) , Other Cabinet Office agencies Central Office of Information Office of the Parliamentary Counsel Government Procurement Service Chancellor's other departments Debt Management Office Government Actuary's Department National Savings and Investments Charity Commission Charity Commission Communities and Local Government Department for Communities and Local Government (excl. agencies) , Fire Service College Planning Inspectorate Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Culture, Media and Sport Department for Culture Media and Sport Royal Parks Defence Ministry of Defence 4 2, ,150 3,060 1,940 4,550 3,950 9,790 15,150 4,610 1,010 1,620 1, Defence Support Group , Defence Science and Technology Laboratory ,020 1, Royal Fleet Auxiliary ,030 UK Hydrographic Office , Education Department for Education , Energy and Climate Change Department for Energy and Climate Change , Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (excl. agencies) , Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science Food and Environment Research Agency Office of Water Services Rural Payments Agency Veterinary Medicines Directorate ESTYN ESTYN Food Standards Agency Food Standards Agency Foreign and Commonwealth Office Foreign and Commonwealth Office (excl. agencies) , ,570 0 Wilton Park Executive Agency Health Department of Health (excl. agencies) , Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency HM Revenue and Customs HM Revenue and Customs 13,080 12,950 5,040 4,160 3,730 4,190 7,820 4,990 2,960 9,840 4,070 1, Valuation Office HM Treasury HM Treasury , Asset Protection Agency Office for Budget Responsibility Home Office Home Office (excl. agencies) ,920 2, Criminal Records Bureau Identity and Passport Service 1, National Fraud Authority UK Border Agency 3 2, , , International Development Department for International Development Justice Ministry of Justice (excl. agencies) , Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service 2,900 1,060 1,950 2,070 1,770 1,330 4,710 1,980 1, , National Archives National Offender Management Service 5,640 3,500 5,400 3,950 4,750 4,620 5,250 7,780 3, , Office of the Public Guardian UK Supreme Court Northern Ireland Office Northern Ireland Office Office for Standards in Education Office for Standards in Education Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation Ofqual Scottish Government Scottish Government (excl. agencies) , Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service , Disclosure Scotland

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