Information about the structure of the Home Office, its agencies and executive non-departmental public bodies and the staff salary details.
As part of the coalition's commitment to transparency we have published information about the value of public sector posts by providing details of the cost and responsibilities of these posts, plus details of performance-related pay and workforce information.
Structure and salary information
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
The information is updated every six months and is available as CSV files and organograms or graphical representations. The most recent data for the Home Office and agency structure and salaries was taken on 31 March 2012. The data for Non-Departmental Public Bodies will also be updated soon.
UK Border Agency (UKBA)
Identity and Passport Service (IPS)
Criminal Records Bureau (CRB)
National Fraud Authority (NFA)
The National Fraud Authority became an executive agency of the Home Office in April 2011 and was not therefore included in the March 2011 publication. Prior to this the NFA was in the Attorney General’s Office.
Government Equalities Office (GEO)
The Government Equalities Office became part of the Home Office on 1 April 2011 and is therefore available separately for the March 2011 publication. Information after this date is included in the Home Office data.
Government Equalities Office structure and salary information (as at March 2011)
Civil Service Learning (CSL)
Civil service learning (CS Learning) is a cross-government service that manages the design and delivery of courses and learning materials for generic skills areas across the civil service. It is hosted by the Home Office.
The first organogram and senior salary information published for CS Learning was taken on 30 September 2011. The latest version is from 31 March 2012.
Executive non-departmental public bodies and the independent inspectorate
Structure and salary information from the public bodies listed below is also available:
Equality and Human Rights Commission
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Independent Safeguarding Authority
National Policing Improvement Agency
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
Security Industry Authority
Serious Organised Crime Agency
See the Public Bodies structure and salary information for 2011.
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.
(Links will open in a new window)
- Home Office organogram on the Cabinet Office website
- Organogram of the Criminal Records Bureau structure on the Cabinet Office website
- Senior civil and public servant pay on the Cabinet Office website
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