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The Department’s organogram and supporting datasets

  • Last modified date:
    8 December 2011

Information about the structure and costs of the Department of Health is provided below.

The Department’s organogram, reflecting all posts as at 30 September 2011 and senior salaries paid, may be viewed on  by following the link below

Supporting datasets containing more detailed information on senior posts and those who hold them, and on the organisation and costs of more junior staff, is contained in the attached .csv files. These cover posts occupied by permanent members of staff,  fixed-term appointees, inward secondees, or an interim or consultant where they are filling a permanent post. They include details of the salary and responsibility attached to each senior post (where available) and the estimated cost of the teams supporting the delivery of these responsibilities. The estimated team cost uses the mid-point of the salary range for the SCS1 post (£88,000) and the mid-point of the three locational pay ranges the Department has for its junior posts in the team. 

DH, along with other government departments first published its organisation chart and supporting staff information in June 2010.


Note: The Organograms can be viewed by readers using up to date browsers (Internet Explorer 8 or above), but will not display clearly for those using older browsers. .csv files can be read by most spreadsheets, word processors and text editors.


The .rdf file is provided to make the data more easily readable by machine:


RDF puts the information in a formal way that a machine can understand. The purpose of RDF is to provide an encoding and interpretation mechanism so that resources can be described in a way that particular software can understand it; in other words, so that software can access and use information that it otherwise couldn't use.


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