Transparency

Information about public data published by the Home Office as part of the transparency initiative.

The transparency agenda

The transparency agenda is at the heart of the government’s commitment to:

  • enable the public to hold politicians and public bodies to account
  • reduce the deficit and deliver better value for money in public spending
  • realise significant economic benefits by enabling businesses and non-profit organisations to build innovative applications and websites using public data 

Our committment

The Home Office is committed to opening up its data to support this move to greater openness. The department’s business plan includes a specific section on transparency which outlines the input and impact indicators to help you to measure our performance.

Our data

Home Office, agencies and NDPB's structure and salary information information is released every six months.  

Our research and statistics pages include a large part of the Home Office’s official statistics, which are published as part of the UK National Statistics work programme, and are in line with the code of practice for official statistics. Our statistics are available in the categories of:

You can search within these categories for publications. Similarly, if you are searching for a recent release, you could also check out the release calendar produced by UK National Statistics.

Information about the Home Office structure and salaries can be found in the 'Our organisation' section of the website.

Other data

We also publish data that does not fall within the five categories above. These are:

 Feedback

We welcome your feedback on our progress and suggestions for data you would like to see released. Please email us with your comments.

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