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Home Office and agency structure and salary information

The coalition government is committed to improving transparency, particularly in the way that public bodies use their resources.

This commitment includes publishing information about the value of public sector posts by providing details of the cost and responsibilities of these posts.

Information is available from across our department - the Home Office, its Agencies and Executive Non-Departmental Public Bodies.

The information covers:

  • salary information for most senior civil servants
  • how our organisation is structured

Information from 2010

This information about Home Office, its Agencies and Executive Non-Departmental Public Bodies structures and salaries  was first published in October 2010. This was based on information collected on 31 June 2010.

Senior civil and public servants

Salary details of senior civil and public servants earning more than £150,000 has previously been published on the Cabinet Office website (new window).

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