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Cabinet Office structure

You can find out about our overall structure and who works here in the Cabinet Office structure charts. These charts include the Prime Minister's Office (Number 10) and the Deputy Prime Minister's Office, both of which are part of the Cabinet Office.

For each of our groups there is a chart showing the names, job titles and grades of its senior civil servants, as well as the number of staff who report to them.

Organisation data

The information in our structure charts is also available as spreadsheets of resuable data, which set out the numbers of staff at different grades in each of our groups. We publish data in this way so that experts can process it as they wish.

Explanatory note:

Staff numbers are expressed as full-time equivalents (i.e. 0.5FTE = 2.5 days per week)

The following groups of staff are included:

  • all staff loaned or seconded in to the Cabinet Office (regardless of funding arrangement)
  • all staff on paid maternity or paternity leave

The following staff are excluded:

  • all staff in the Joint Intelligence Organisation & the National Security Secretariat
  • all contractors, consultants and fee-paid staff
  • Ministers & Civil Service Commissioners
  • all Senior Civil Servants
  • staff on unpaid maternity leave & career break
  • staff on loan or secondment out of the Cabinet Office (regardless of funding arrangement)
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