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SCHEDULE 1E+W+S+N.I.Supplementary appropriations for financial year 2011-12 F1

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F1In this Schedule, where an asterisk (*) appears in any description of matters to which expenditure relates, or from which income may arise, the text from the asterisk to the end of the description does not appear in the corresponding part of the Scheduled Estimates in the Schedule to the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Act 2011; and where an asterisk (*) appears at the beginning of such a description, the description concerned is a new description.

Department for Education, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Education80,143,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit45,170,0006,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Capital, recurrent payments and loans in support of the Department's objectives for primary, secondary, tertiary and international education; children's services, including Early Years and Sure Start; Young Peoples services and welfare; curriculum; qualifications and the inspection regime; workforce development and reform; and pension costs for voluntary services overseas (VSO) participants. Expenditure covers both the Department itself and its Arms Length Bodies (ALBs), including set-up costs for new Departmental Executive Agencies, together with residual costs from ALBs being closed; loans to educational establishments. Expenditure also covers administration costs, for the Department and its ALBs, and for administration of the Teachers' Pension Scheme. Other non cash items.

  • * Expenditure on Departmental Executive Agencies.

Income arising from:

  • Contributions towards and receipts from the three National Executives, other Government Departments and other sources (including the EC) in connection with a range of educational, training, children and family projects and initiatives in UK and overseas. Income also derives from sales of products and publications; rent, sales receipts and profits from surplus Departmental or former ALB properties, equipment or other assets (including some repayment of proceeds of sale), rental income from properties at the European School at Culham and repayments of grant overpaid in previous years. General administration receipts, including from Teachers TV, recoveries from services provided to Sure Start, international receipts, Schools Standards Fund receipts and Music Manifesto Champion. Recovery of salaries and associated costs for seconded staff.

  • * Receipts from the sale of the Partnerships UK joint venture.

Annually Managed Expenditure-127,943,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Take up and maintenance of Departmental provisions and other non cash items.

TOTAL-82,773,0006,000,00080,143,000

Teachers' Pension Scheme (England & Wales), 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Teachers' Pension Scheme (England & Wales)164,453,000
Annually Managed Expenditure-37,079,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Superannuation allowances and gratuities, and other related expenditure, in respect of teachers and the widows, widowers, children and dependants of deceased teachers, and for premature retirement and compensation payments made to members of the Teachers' Pension Scheme and on behalf of their employers; and associated non-cash items.

Income arising from:

Receipts from employers and employees superannuation contributions; transfer values received; deductions from returns of contributions towards payment in lieu of graduated national insurance contributions equivalent premiums; recovery of contributions equivalent premiums from the state pension scheme; amounts received from employers of teacher's scheme members in reimbursement of the cost of premature retirement compensation payments on their behalf by Capita.

TOTAL-37,079,0000164,453,000

Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills-4,520,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-4,820,000300,000

Expenditure arising from:

Serving the interests of children, young people, parents, adult learners, employers and the wider community in England by promoting improvement in quality of education, skills and young peoples care through independent inspection, regulation and reporting.

Income arising from:

  • The registration of childcare providers, inspection for the care and support of children and young people, some maintained, independent schools and further education colleges, and publicly funded adult education and training.

  • Transactions with departmental and other government bodies: miscellaneous asset sales and recoveries, property charges made to minor occupiers, charges for training of inspectors other than Ofsted staff (including training materials and licences).

Annually Managed Expenditure1,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Provisions and other non-cash items in AME

TOTAL-3,820,000300,000-4,520,000

Department of Health, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department of Health816,914,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit531,113,000-76,435,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Revenue and capital expenditure for National Health Services (NHS) bodies including strategic health authorities and primary care trusts under their unified budgets, services provided by NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts. Expenditure by bodies on research and development. Subsidies and grants to public corporations.

  • Other centrally managed health and social service expenditure to and on behalf of the NHS, local authorities and other national bodies.

  • Forming, investing in or providing loans or guarantees to companies that will provide facilities or services to the NHS.

  • Payment to local authorities for use in local area agreements.

  • Services provided to or on behalf of devolved governments and other government departments. Non departmental public bodies expenditure on health and social care protection, training and regulation functions.

  • Revenue and capital expenditure on administration of the Department, non departmental public bodies, primary care trusts, special health authorities, strategic health authorities, agencies and certain expenditure on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions and the NHS.

  • Centrally managed expenditure on local government services, prison health services, medical, scientific and technical services, services for disabled persons, education and training, grants to voluntary organisations and other bodies, information services, healthy start programme, health promotion activities (including funding through the Department for Culture, Media and Sport).

  • Grants to local authorities.

  • Medical treatment given to people from the United Kingdom in the European Economic Area and other countries.

  • Home Office inspection of laboratories. Payments and subscriptions to international organisations.

  • Associated depreciation and any other non cash costs falling in DEL items.

Income arising from:

  • Charges for accommodation, sales of goods and services, income generation schemes; local authorities under joint financing arrangements; fines and penalty notices; medical and dental education levy. Licensing of software, use of NHS logo, settlement of legal claims, dividends and interest from loans and investments, intellectual property, research and development, prescription fraud charges, NHS prescriptions, dental and ophthalmic fraud charges.

  • Recoveries from patients in respect of incorrect claims for eligibility for general ophthalmic services; rebates and discounts from manufacturers under the pharmaceutical price regulation scheme and purchasing and supply agency arrangements.

  • Sales of medicines, vaccines, antivenoms, antitoxins and equipment, premiums applied to the sale of stock.

  • Social exclusion programmes and agenda for change programme.

  • Income from the Scottish Government, the Welsh Assembly Government, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man for services provided for devolved or reserved work.

  • Provision of policy and advice to other countries and care trusts. Maintenance of the National Joint Registry, conference and meeting events, prison health services, contributions to substance misuse funding, use of radio communication bandwidth.

  • Income secured by counter fraud services from all sources.

  • Compensation income including the National Programme for IT.

  • Administration income from seconded officers, cost of legal proceedings, staff telephone calls, European fast stream Programme. Recoveries from other government departments (including capital grants), special health authorities and NHS bodies. Selling services into wider markets and open government, payment by commercial tenants in DH buildings.

  • Licence fees and royalties, sales of publications, contributions by members of the public, insurance claims.

  • Other European Economic Area countries for NHS treatment of their residents. Sales of subsidised dried milk. Income from the European Union.

  • Contributions from the mobile phone industry, charitable contributions, refunds from voluntary organisations.

  • Contributions to local authority grant schemes. Contributions and refunds towards communication campaigns contracts. Penalty charges, interest and dividends on trading fund loans.

  • Sales of land, buildings, surplus vehicles and equipment .

  • * Income collected on behalf of health innovation and education clusters.

Annually Managed Expenditure978,109,0000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Revenue and capital expenditure for hospital financing under credit guarantee finance. Non cash expenditure by NHS bodies including strategic health authorities and primary care trusts under their unified budgets, services provided by NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts, central department administration, non departmental public bodies and centrally managed budgets.

  • Provisions and other non-cash costs falling in AME.

Income arising from:

* Repayment of loans, interest and dividends.

TOTAL1,509,222,000-76,435,000816,914,000

National Health Service Pension Scheme, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
National Health Service Pension Scheme988,987,000
Annually Managed Expenditure-255,374,0000

Expenditure arising from:

pensions, allowances, gratuities, transfers to alternative pension arrangements, refunds of contributions, compensation for early retirement, to or in respect of persons engaged in health services or in other approved employment and other non-cash items.

Income arising from:

superannuation contributions, inward transfer values, deductions from superannuation contributions and lump sum payments in lieu of graduated contributions, and contributions equivalent premiums (CEPs).

TOTAL-255,374,0000988,987,000

Food Standards Agency, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Food Standards Agency-900,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-1,650,000750,000

Expenditure arising from:

protecting the public from public health risks related to food safety and protecting related consumer interests; staff and overhead costs for both administration and programme support; inspections, animal welfare surveillance, meat hygiene and official controls; controls on primary production; managing research and evidence gathering, food incidents, prosecutions, debt recovery, food and animal feed policy development and enforcement; European Union and international activity on official controls; advice and education, marketing and publications; funding for depreciation, audit fee and other non-cash items.

Income arising from:

meat hygiene inspections; approvals and delivery of official controls and controls on primary production of food and feed hygiene enforcement, wine standards and other food-related activities; risk assessments, evidence and research, testing, sampling, enforcement and surveillance work for other UK Government and European Union bodies; assessments/consultations on radioactive discharges; and sub-letting of accommodation and associated services.

TOTAL-1,650,000750,000-900,000

Department for Transport, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Transport290,137,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-250,024,000-19,705,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • losses and special payments relating to the administration of the Department for Transport and its associated Agencies. Support of transport related activities including roads; vehicles and driving; rail; shipping and maritime; mountain rescue; ports; sustainable travel; aviation; local transport; transport security and safety; and highway services. Net spending by non departmental public bodies. Grants to Transport for London and local authorities in respect of local transport programmes. Support for other minor transport services; use of European funding for transport related schemes; support for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, administrative costs and associated other non-cash items falling in DEL.

  • * Smart-ticketing and related technology.

Income arising from:

  • sales of assets; loan repayments; and European grants for transport related activities including roads; vehicle and driving; rail; shipping and maritime; mountain rescue; ports; sustainable travel; aviation; local transport; transport security and safety; highway services; the administration of the Department and payments from other government departments or their agencies in respect of central services.

  • * Shipping and maritime income including, but not limited to Registration fees.

Annually Managed Expenditure-256,094,0000

Expenditure arising from:

  • grant and pension provisions and associated non-cash costs incurred by the Department for Transport and its associated Agencies in respect of transport related activities including roads; vehicle and driving; rail; sustainable travel; aviation; local transport; transport security and safety; and highway services.

  • * Shipping and maritime activities.

TOTAL-506,118,000-19,705,000290,137,000

Office of Rail Regulation, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Office of Rail Regulation2,184,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit300,0000

Expenditure arising from:

1

Administration of ORR, its support establishments, all associates of non-cash items and all activities as the combined economic and safety regulator including health and safety matters,

2

The regulation of access to railways,

3

The promotion of rail services, efficiencies and economy for those providing railway services,

4

Protecting the interests of railway services and railway users.

Income arising from:

1

Regulatory licences, concession agreements, levies,

2

Charges for courses and officers loaned to other organisations,

3

Income from publications and library services,

4

Travel costs from the European Community,

5

Income from High Speed 1 Limited; Channel Tunnel Intergovernmental Commission; Channel Tunnel Authority,

6

Income from recovery actions in connection with the successful legal cases and charges for administrative services to other government departments.

Annually Managed Expenditure-300,0000

Expenditure arising from:

The creation of provisions and non-cash items in relation to our activities.

Income arising from:

Other activities, Levies and Regulatory fees.

TOTAL002,184,000

Department for Communities and Local Government, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Communities and Local Government1,396,937,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit - DCLG Communities-104,106,000392,397,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • responsibility for the fire and rescue services, the Fire Service College trading fund; decentralising power to citizens and communities and promoting the Big Society including support to local areas and the voluntary and community sector to improve social and community action and increase empowerment to local communities; promoting race, gender and faith equality; tackling extremism and promoting sustainable, cohesive and integrated communities;

  • responsibility for housing to buy and rent; tenant empowerment; homelessness, rough sleepers and supporting people to stay in their homes; building standards; support for homeowners; planning; Planning Inspectorate; encouraging action at neighbourhood level; promoting local environmental improvement including architecture;

  • responsibility for regeneration and economic growth at the local level; Regional Growth Fund; European Regional Development Fund and Interregional assistance ( INTERREG); Olympics and Olympic Park legacy; Iron Bridge Gorge and other land stabilisation; zero carbon and climate change;

  • analytical services; research, monitoring, statistics, advice and consultancies; geographical and statistical data; mapping data and services; Ordnance Survey trading fund; the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre trading fund; personal injury compensation claims by ex-employees (including those employed by predecessor departments); subscriptions and contributions to international organisations;

  • administration of the Department for Communities and Local Government , its NDPBs and associated offices including the closure of the Government Offices; publicity, promotion and publications; communications; purchase, acquisition, hire, lease and rent of land, buildings, plant, equipment, machinery, vehicles and capital assets; special payments;

  • net spending by NDPBs ( FiReBuy, Homes and Communities Agency, Infrastructure Planning Commission, Leasehold Advisory Service, London Thames Gateway Development Corporation, Residential Property Tribunal Service, Tenant Services Authority, Thurrock Development Corporation, West Northamptonshire Development Corporation, Building Regulations Advisory Committee); payments to other Government Departments in support of DCLG policy; and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL. * Local Services Support Grant; responsibility for tackling Troubled Families.

Income arising from:

  • responsibility for the fire and emergency services; inspections by the Crown Property Inspection Group; Fire Service College trading fund;

  • recovered grants relating to housing and regeneration programmes; the Planning Inspectorate; the European Union; former Single Regeneration Budget programme receipts;

  • research and administrative services, fee paying enquiries, dissemination and sales of information, royalties; the loan, hire and storage of equipment; seminars, patent rights, conferences and publications (in print and non-print media); sponsorship, including contributions from co-sponsors towards the cost of research, surveys and publicity; the Ordnance Survey and Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre trading funds; donations; the disposal of land, buildings, water stores, plant, equipment, machinery, vehicles and capital assets; recoveries of seconded staff salaries; receipts for the use of accommodation; rental income and receipts from property and land; legal claims, including extra-contractual claims for defective work, awards of court costs and out of court settlements;

  • receipts (including fees and charges for services) from local authorities and other Government Departments including agencies, non-departmental public bodies and overseas governments.

  • * Receipts relating to the Olympic Park.

Departmental Expenditure Limit - DCLG Local Government650,219,00050,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • financial support to local authorities, including revenue support grant and national non-domestic rates; council tax freeze, emergency assistance, elected mayors; improvement, transformation and efficiency; intervention action and capacity building in local authorities; local government reviews and revisions to administrative and electoral boundaries; payments to specified bodies; payments to the Valuation Office Agency for rating and valuation services; Audit Commission disbanding costs; GLA General Grant; Private Finance Initiative Special Grant.

  • net spending by NDPBs (Commission for Local Administration, Standards Board for England, Valuation Tribunals); and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

* receipts (including fees and charges for services) from local authorities and other Government Departments including agencies, non-departmental public bodies and overseas governments.

Annually Managed Expenditure459,901,000-288,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • fire superannuation; Housing Revenue Account subsidy; overhanging debt payments on disposal of local authority housing stock; loan charges; repayments of excess contributions made by local authorities in respect of non-domestic rates; Planning Inspectorate;

  • net spending of NDPBs ( Homes & Communities Agency, London Thames Gateway Development Corporation, Thurrock Development Corporation; Residential Property Tribunal Service).

Income arising from:

housing revenue receipts from local authorities; adjustments to commuted loan charges or residual loan charge grants; receipts relating to the Olympic Park.

TOTAL1,006,014,000104,447,0001,396,937,000

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills1,505,407,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit2,863,950,00032,904,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • The promotion of enterprise, innovation and increased productivity delivered through the portfolios of innovation, international trade and investment, regional investment, delivering regulatory reform, and measures to combat international bribery and corruption.

  • The provision of support for business, including support for specific industries, small and medium businesses, regional programmes, programmes to promote research and development, innovation and standards, best practice and sustainable development.

  • The promotion of strong, fair and competitive markets at home and abroad; measures to protect investors and to promote the interests of consumers; support for employment relations programmes and measures to promote a skilled and flexible labour market.

  • The efficient management and discharge of liabilities falling to the Department, including nuclear waste management and decommissioning and liabilities in respect of former shipbuilding industry employees.

  • The management of the Government's shareholder interest in the portfolio of commercial businesses wholly or partly owned by Government; management of the Government's property portfolio; providing financial assistance to public corporations and trading funds including Ofcom.

  • The management of miscellaneous programmes, including payments in respect of claims for the restitution of the property of victims of Nazi persecution, compensation for distant water trawlermen and assistance to redundant steelworkers.

  • The payment of subscriptions to international organisations, including payments to the Department for Work and Pensions for the UK subscription to the International Labour Organisation, and to fulfil international treaty obligations.

  • The management of Departmental exchange risk and other guarantee losses; payments to other Government Departments and the Devolved Administrations, the expenditure of arms-length organisations and other funding to organisations in relation to programmes supporting BIS objectives, including Non-Departmental Public Bodies and the Department's executive agencies, and payments to the Department for Education.

  • Education-related expenditure covers payments, grants and loans to organisations in the public, private and other sectors, including employers, community, voluntary and business support organisations, to individuals and other Government Departments and the Devolved Administrations. Expenditure relates primarily to England, but in some cases includes supporting activities in other parts of the United Kingdom and abroad.

  • Increasing science and research excellence in the UK and maximising its contribution to society through the Research Councils; the Royal Society; the Royal Academy of Engineering; the British Academy; and the Higher Education Funding bodies.

  • The promotion of Science in Society; Public Sector Research Establishments grants; contributions to the Science and Innovation Network including payments to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office; funding Foresight projects and research base initiatives and obtaining licences for research involving animals.

  • Helping to build a competitive economy by creating opportunities for everyone to develop their learning and skills through further, higher and other education provision and initiatives for young people and adults; Providing research and related initiatives at institutions delivering higher education; training, skills, enterprise, assessment and advice and guidance provision for young people, adults and employers and related initiatives.

  • The provision of financial and other support for students and trainees including grants, allowances, access funds, loans and their repayment; the resource consequences of loans to students; support for students through Local Authorities; the cost of sales of the student loan debt; reimbursement of fees for qualifying European Union students; post graduate awards; mandatory student awards; education maintenance allowances and childcare and transport support and loans.

  • Funding initiatives to support, improve and promote education, training, skills and student and trainee support and investments and loans to support Private Finance Initiatives; and programmes supported by the European Union.

  • The residual costs of the winding up of the Training and Enterprise Councils (TECs); the distribution of residual TEC assets returned to the Secretary of State under the terms of the TEC licence.

  • The activities of BIS's Partner Organisations: the Regional Development Agencies; the Skills Funding Agency; the Higher Education Funding Council for England; the Student Loans Company; the UK Commission for Employment and Skills; the Office for Fair Access; other Education-related bodies; Industrial Construction Training Boards; the Research Councils and associated bodies; the UK Space Agency; the Design Council; the Technology Strategy Board; Capital for Enterprise; the Local Better Regulation Office; the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, Consumer Focus, the Competition Service, the Competition Commission, the Insolvency Service, the National Measurement Office and the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.

  • Making payments to Local Authorities in respect of Local Area Agreements and New Burdens responsibilities; funding administration costs including a share of the costs of UK Trade & Investment and the expenses of the Office of Manpower Economics.

  • Other non cash items.

  • * Providing financial assistance to Land Registry, Ordnance Survey and the Meteorological Office, and expenditure on the activities of the Learning and Skills Improvement Service, the Financial Reporting Council, the Wave Hub, MRC Technology, the Ufi Charitable Trust, and subsidiaries and shares in joint ventures of the Research Councils, the Regional Development Agencies and BIS, the public weather service and Ordnance Survey.

Income arising from:

  • Contributions from other Government Departments supplying resources which BIS will use to fund Partner Organisations; receipts from the Department for Communities and Local Government, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Department of Energy and Climate Change in relation to the Regional Development Agencies and the London Development Agency; miscellaneous receipts from other Government Departments.

  • The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, the Insolvency Service, legal services, consultancy, publications, secondments, departmental administration costs, central services, executive agencies and trading funds.

  • Ofcom receipts, receipts from the Postal Services Commission and the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets to cover the costs of the relevant consumer bodies.

  • Receipts from licences and levies; Launch Investment receipts, Capital Venture Funds receipts; premium income and other receipts from Financial Guarantee schemes, and of dividends; equity withdrawals; interest on loans and loan repayments from the UK Intellectual Property Office and Companies House.

  • Contributions from the Department of Health towards the UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation.

  • The Department for Education for 14-19 programmes; contributions from the National Assembly for Wales; receipts to support the UK Commission for Employment and Skills; contributions from the Scottish Executive, the National Assembly for Wales, the Northern Ireland Executive and others towards education programmes and international programmes.

  • Contributions from other Government Departments and other sources towards the cost of promoting UK education and training overseas; London Challenge receipts; receipts from the Department of Health; student loan interest receivable; student support receipts; further and higher education receipts from the Department for Education; receipts from the Home Office for offender education; receipts from the Department for Communities and Local Government for Faith Leader project; the Further Education improvement programme, the Skills for Life programme and the Learning and Skills Improvement Service.

  • European Fast Stream receipts; repayment and default recoveries by banks in respect of career development loans; receipts for student support; repayment of working capital loans; receipts from outside organisations (including the EU) in respect of advertising and publicity activities and materials; sale of research publications; receipts from the European Social Fund to cover departmental programmes; Sponsorship Funding.

  • Receipts covering the return of assets from the Training and Enterprise Councils (TECs) as part of their winding-up process; receipts from the wind-down of Individual Learning Accounts; receipts and profit from the sale of surplus land, buildings and equipment; rental income from BIS properties including three domestic properties on the estate of the European School of Culture at Culham, Oxfordshire and from the National Physical Laboratory.

  • * Receipts and dividends from the Land Registry, Ordnance Survey and the Meteorological Office, the Learning and Skills Improvement Service, the Financial Reporting Council, the Wave Hub, MRC Technology, the Ufi Charitable Trust, and subsidiaries and shares in joint ventures of the Research Councils, the Regional Development Agencies and BIS, the public weather service and Ordnance Survey.

Annually Managed Expenditure82,951,000-270,734,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Corporation Tax levied on the RDAs; bad debts, impairments and provisions including those in relation to BIS's Partner Organisations: the Regional Development Agencies; the Skills Funding Agency; the Higher Education Funding Council for England; the Student Loans Company; the UK Commission for Employment and Skills; the Office for Fair Access; the Research Councils, the UK Space Agency, the Design Council, the Technology Strategy Board, Capital for Enterprise, the Local Better Regulation Office, Consumer Focus, the Competition Service, the Competition Commission, the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, the Insolvency Service, the National Measurement Office and the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.

  • The Redundancy Payments Service.

  • Bad debts, impairments and provisions in relation to: departmental administration; financial guarantee schemes; regional investment and programmes; enterprise for small and medium firms; provision of support for business, including support for specific industries; support for employment relations programmes and measures to promote a skilled and flexible labour market; miscellaneous programmes, including payments in respect of claims for the restitution of the property of victims of Nazi persecution, compensation for distant water trawlermen and assistance to redundant steelworkers.

  • The efficient management and discharge of liabilities falling to the Department, including nuclear waste management and decommissioning and liabilities in respect of former shipbuilding industry employees.

  • The provision of repayable credit facilities for Royal Mail and Post Office Ltd; contributions to the Research Councils' Pension Scheme and the provision of Paternity Pay.

  • The provision of financial and other support for students and trainees including grants, allowances, access funds, loans and their repayment; the resource consequences of loans to students; support for students through Local Authorities; the cost of sales of the student loan debt; education maintenance allowances and loans.

  • The expenditure of the Industrial Training Boards.

  • Other non cash items.

  • * Providing financial assistance to the Land Registry, Ordnance Survey and the Meteorological Office, and expenditure on the Learning and Skills Improvement Service, the Financial Reporting Council, the Wave Hub, MRC Technology, the Ufi Charitable Trust, and subsidiaries and shares in joint ventures of the Research Councils, the Regional Development Agencies and BIS, the public weather service and Ordnance Survey.

Income arising from:

  • Receipt of interest on loans and loan repayments from Royal Mail and Post Office Ltd; repayment of principal on student loans; receipts of, and levies from, the Construction Industry Training Board and the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board; repayments of student loans and receipts in respect of the charitable National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.

  • * Receipts from Land Registry, Ordnance Survey and the Meteorological Office.

TOTAL2,946,901,000-237,830,0001,505,407,000

UK Trade & Investment, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
UK Trade & Investment2,014,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-55,000-132,000

Expenditure arising from:

Trade development and promotion and inward investment, including grants, associated capital and other related expenditure and non-cash items.

Income arising from:

The sale of goods and services relating to trade development and promotion and inward investment; asset sales; insurance claims; recovery of costs incurred on behalf of others; recovery of overpayments.

TOTAL-55,000-132,0002,014,000

Export Credits Guarantee Department, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Export Credits Guarantee Department50,000,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-75,00075,000

Expenditure arising from:

The running of ECGD's operational activities (operating costs of the Department).

Income arising from:

The sub-let of surplus office space and some underwriting activity.

Annually Managed Expenditure120,000,00010,500,000

Expenditure arising from:

Arrangements made by ECGD in connection with exports of goods and services and overseas investments and expenditure arising from the creation of and increase in provisions related to ECGD's operational activities.

Income arising from:

Arrangements made by ECGD in connection with exports of goods and services and overseas investors from the UK and income arising from the release of and decrease in provisions related to ECGD's operational activities.

TOTAL119,925,00010,575,00050,000,000

Office of Fair Trading, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Office of Fair Trading-626,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-726,000100,000

Expenditure arising from:

Advancing and safeguarding the economic interests of UK consumers; enforcing competition and consumer law; analysing and monitoring markets; merger control; licensing and supervision work in the consumer credit and estate agency markets, including anti-money laundering supervision; advocacy; information, education and advice; administrative and operational costs; associated depreciation and any other non-cash items falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

Recovery of legal costs, fees for common services provided to other departments, contributions from other departments towards the costs of market studies, recoveries of VAT, recoveries of salaries of staff on loan or seconded to outside bodies, sale of plant and machinery, Consumer Credit Licence fees, Anti Money Laundering fees, BIS funding for Consumer Direct, payments from Home Office under the recovered assets incentivisation scheme, payments for information and publications, private telephone calls, vending machines, postal and bank charge recoveries and income from short-term office space rental.

Annually Managed Expenditure15,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Provisions and other non-cash costs.

TOTAL14,274,000100,000-626,000

Home Office, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Home Office173,266,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-140,971,0004,421,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Control of immigration and nationality; refugees (including the provision of loans) and Voluntary and Community Sector refugee organisations; support for asylum seekers; work permits. Identity management; passports.

  • Emergency planning; counter-terrorism and intelligence.

  • Police resource and capital expenditure; crime reduction and prevention; firearms compensation and related matters; other services related to crime; tackling drug abuse. Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults; registration of forensic practitioners; loans and investments in the Forensic Science Service.

  • Government Equalities Office: Grants, payments and programme expenditure associated with gender and wider equalities policy, information, support and advice on equality; administration costs; and other non-cash costs.

  • National Fraud Authority: Administration, investigation, prosecution, cyber crime and other non-cash items.

  • Net spending by Non Departmental Public Bodies (Serious Organised Crime Agency, National Policing Improvement Agency, Independent Police Complaints Commission, Security Industry Authority, Independent Safeguarding Authority, Office of the Immigration Service Commissioner, Commission for Equality and Human Rights). Payments of grant and grant-in-aid to other organisations promoting Home Office objectives; support to local authorities including Area Based Grants; payments to other Government departments; the administration and operation of the department; and other non-cash items.

Income arising from:

  • Control of immigration and nationality; additional or special immigration services; work permits; fees, fines and penalties arising from relevant Home Office legislation. Identity management and data protection; passports.

  • Counter-terrorism work, and intelligence.

  • Cyber crime.

  • Issue of licences and certificates; crime reduction and prevention; proceeds of crime; training services.

  • Safeguarding children and vulnerable people; dividends and interest on loans (Forensic Science Service).

  • Contributions towards grant programmes from third parties, other Government departments and the Devolved Administrations; the administration and operation of the department (including the sale and hire of assets).

Annually Managed Expenditure207,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Pensions; and other non-cash items.

TOTAL66,029,0004,421,000173,266,000

Charity Commission, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Charity Commission-264,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-400,000136,000

Expenditure arising from:

Revenue and Capital expenditure in relation to the registration and regulation of charities. Expenditure in connection with depreciation and other non-cash items in DEL.

Income arising from:

* Providing services, in both the UK and abroad, relating to our knowledge and expertise in the field of registration and regulation of charities. Shared working approaches with other Government Departments.

TOTAL-400,000136,000-264,000

Ministry of Justice, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Ministry of Justice315,816,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit292,382,000-50,526,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Administration of Ministry of Justice HQ and associated offices; administration of judicial pay; administration of the Judicial pension scheme; costs of operating the Office of the Information Commissioner and the Judicial Appointments Commission; costs of operating the Legal Services Board and the Office of Legal Complaints and the associated Levy. Payment of grant and grant in aid and the related expenditure for organisations promoting Ministry of Justice objectives including executive and advisory NDPBs; Wider Markets Initiatives; payments and grants to Local Authorities; payments to other government departments and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

  • HM Courts and Tribunals Service; Court of Protection; the Office of the Public Guardian; Offices of Court Funds, Official Solicitor and Public Trustee; administration of legal aid criminal and civil; administration for the Legal Services Commission; costs paid from central funds; the Administrative Justices and Tribunals Council, the Civil Justice Council and the Family Justice Council. Reimbursement of Lord Lieutenants' expenses; costs in relation to judicial training and the Judicial Offices for England & Wales; costs in relation to continued liaison with the Supreme Court. Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, Criminal Cases Review Commission; compensation payments for victims of overseas terrorism; administration of and payments in respect of pleural plaques. Joint initiatives in the Criminal Justice System and other legal services.

  • Human rights workshops and surveys; promotion of information rights, citizen and youth engagement. Conduct of MoJ's European and international business in the justice and home affairs field and the management of the UK's relationship with the Crown Dependencies. UK payments to the Hague Conference on Private International Law. Judicial Exchange programmes; sponsorship of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and bilateral training projects with other national governments. Policy on coroner and cremation services and associated support to Local Authorities; applications for exhumations, cremated repatriated remains and the closing of burial grounds. Payments in respect of the July 2005 bombings inquest; payments in respect of public inquiries.

  • Criminal policy and programmes including, administration of the National Offender Management Service, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Probation, Prisons & Probation Services Ombudsman. The prevention and treatment of drug abuse; counter terrorism and intelligence; secure accommodation placements, public and private prisons, Prison Service College, the Parole Board, Youth Justice Board, grants to 'prisoners abroad', welfare to work schemes.

  • * Victims Commissioner, Judicial Appointments Commission Ombudsman, Law Commission, payments to Probation Trusts, Payments in respect of the Electronic Monitoring and Prison Escort and Custody Service (PECS), Loan charge payments to Local Authorities;The Judicial Office which includes the Judicial College, the Civil Justice Council, the Family Justice Council and the Office for Judicial Complaints.

Income arising from:

  • Civil Court fee income; fine income, netting off and receipts retained in accordance with the fine incentive scheme; receipts relating to the asset recovery incentive scheme; receipts under the victims surcharge; pre-1990 loan charges debt payments; receipts retained in relation to the costs of enforcement of fines. Fees charged by the Public Trustee, recoveries by the Official Solicitor, fees charged by the Office of the Public Guardian and Court of Protection; recoveries from the Debt Management Office for the cost of administering funds in court; contributions paid by legally aided defendants in the higher courts; Receipts in relation to legal aid contributions received from assisted clients, receipts in relation to costs and damages received, including recoveries via the statutory charge, by the legal fund in relation to assisted clients; Grants from other third parties received to the legal aid fund, receipts in relation to the use of Deputy District Judges as prison adjudicators.

  • Recoveries from the National Insurance Fund for the cost of Social Security Commissioners, income from National Insurance Fund received by HM Courts and Tribunals Service , receipts in relation to tribunals received by HM Courts and Tribunals Service ; receipts in relation to the Scottish Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel remitted to the HM Courts and Tribunals Service.

  • Fees relating to the Office of the Information Commissioner and receipts in relation to data protection enquiries. Fees charged for Subject Access Requests under the Data Protection Act. Receipts in relation to Legal Services Complaints Commission; receipts in relation to Claims Management Regulation; recovery from the investment managers for the cost of administering the Commons Investment Schemes, recoveries for research and recommendation work undertaken by the Law Commission. Payments from other departments for legal services and other recoveries associated with the work of the MoJ.

  • Share of gross profits from prison shops and from services purchased by staff etc from the activities of prison industries and farms from the supply of inmate labour and from other goods and services. Receipts in relation to Probation Trusts income; receipts from the Youth Justice Board; Receipts from agricultural subsidies, from advertisements in the Prison Service News and from the sale of waste.

  • Receipts in respect of judicial superannuation contributions and receipts from the Judicial Pensions supply estimate to fund administrative costs. Receipts from the European Commission, receipts from Royal Licences; receipts in relation to the devolution Service Level Agreement; receipts in relation to the Territorial Offices; receipts in respect of the Crown Office fees. European fast stream receipts from the Cabinet Office, subsidies under the welfare for work programmes; contributions towards grant programmes and training services; payments from health authorities, receipts in relation to the Scottish Executive, Northern Ireland Executive and the Welsh Assembly Government, Payments from the Skills Funding Agency, the Heritage Lottery Fund and Sport England.

  • Receipts under the New Deal Scheme and receipts from Wider Markets Initiatives. Receipts from other government departments, sale of vehicles, plant, machinery, land and buildings, sale of equipment and scrap, tax rebates, recovery of staff costs for staff on loan or seconded to outside bodies, repayment services, payments for information and publications, private telephone calls, vending machines, telex, postal and bank charge recoveries. Receipts of VAT refunds on contracted out services. Profit on the sales of capital assets, compensation and insurance, contributions towards criminal justice systems initiatives, rebates and commission from service contracts, fees from nursery facilities and other fees; receipts from rents and receipts of premia on assignment of leases; service charges and site usage; recovery from the subletting of magistrates accommodation, other charges and receipts received. * Tribunals fee income from Asylum and Immigration Tribunals

Annually Managed Expenditure-74,200,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Pensions, provisions for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, Central Funds and Legal Aid; other areas of the MoJ business, including arms length bodies; impairment of land and buildings; and provisions and other non-cash costs falling in AME.

TOTAL218,182,000-50,526,000315,816,000

Ministry of Justice: Judicial Pensions Scheme, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Ministry of Justice: Judicial Pensions Scheme10,537,000
Annually Managed Expenditure3,327,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Pensions etc, in respect of members of Judicial Pensions Scheme, and for other related services.

Income arising from:

Accruing Superannuation Liability Charges (ASLCs); and scheme members' pension contributions.

TOTAL3,327,000010,537,000

United Kingdom Supreme Court, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
United Kingdom Supreme Court-624,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-674,00050,000

Expenditure arising from:

Operation of the UK Supreme Court (UKSC), Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) and Judicial Exchange programme; Education & Outreach activities on the United Kingdom Supreme Court, JCPC and the United Kingdom's legal and constitutional systems; Cost of running selection commissions for the appointment of Justices; and Maintenance of links with other Supreme Courts.

Income arising from:

Judicial fees and receipts; Contributions from the devolved government and court services in England & Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland; Contributions from the Ministry of Justice to cover the support provided to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; Receipts of VAT refunds on contracted out services and receipts from Wider Market Initiatives; Receipts in relation to data protection inquiries; recovery of staff costs for staff on loan or seconded to outside bodies, payments for information and publications, private telephone calls, vending machines, telex, postal and bank charge recoveries, receipts from shop sales, and any other miscellaneous income.

TOTAL-674,00050,000-624,000

The National Archives, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
The National Archives279,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit290,0000

Expenditure arising from:

ensuring the UK public record - past and future - remains authentic, available and accessible to all including; providing leadership and support to the archive sector across England and Wales; leading on policy and best practice in knowledge and information management for the public sector; setting standards and driving forward the public sector information re-use agenda; official publishing services for the whole of government including publishing all UK legislation and making it accessible online; managing Crown and Parliamentary copyright; administration of The National Archives and other non-cash items.

Income arising from:

sale of copies of documents; sale of publications and other items and services; professional fees; fees receivable from service providers; sale of non current assets; grants received to carry out specific projects; reproduction fees and royalties for the publication of images; Crown copyright fees and royalties; fees for the management of third parties' copyright; fees for the management of the Office of the Queen's Printer for Scotland; income from contractual arrangements for official publishing and partnerships to make historical records electronically accessible; and sales and recovery of costs for goods/services provided to other government departments, public bodies and the general public.

Annually Managed Expenditure-301,0000

Expenditure arising from:

early retirement provisions for staff and other AME non-cash items.

TOTAL-11,0000279,000

Crown Prosecution Service, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Crown Prosecution Service-1,800,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-1,800,0000

Expenditure arising from:

administrative costs including the hire of agents; prosecution costs; costs of confiscating the proceeds of crime; capacity building in the Criminal Justice System; support of voluntary sector organisations within the Criminal Justice System; and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

costs awarded to CPS in court; the Recovered Assets Incentivisation Scheme; refund of costs for seconded staff; letting, disposal, vacation or occupation of property or accommodation; collaborative working with partner organisations; shared services; the Access to Work Scheme; and other administrative income.

TOTAL-1,800,0000-1,800,000

Serious Fraud Office, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Serious Fraud Office-670,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-670,0000

Expenditure arising from:

administration of The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) offices; capital costs and operational costs incurred including costs of staff, fees to Counsel and outside accountants, witness expenses, use of information technology to improve presentation of evidence, other investigation and prosecution costs and defendants' costs ordered by the court to be paid by the SFO, and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

recovery of income awarded to the SFO in court, and the Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme; and receipts for services provided by the SFO.

TOTAL-670,0000-670,000

Ministry of Defence, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Ministry of Defence644,093,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit3,330,618,000-526,525,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Ongoing military commitments, including identifying and countering the threat of terrorist attack on the UK Mainland, and maintaining the integrity of UK waters and airspace. Contributing to the community by Search and Rescue, administration of cadet forces, costs of assistance to other Government Departments and agencies. Defence diplomacy, and the department's support of wider British interests. Delivering military capability, including costs of front line troops, attributed costs of logistical and personnel support costs. Research on the equipment and non-equipment programme. Defence Estates and business infrastructure. To support Ministers and Parliament. Strategic management and corporate services.

  • Personnel costs of the Armed Forces and their Reserves, Cadet forces, and personnel costs of Defence Ministers, and of civilian staff employed by the Ministry of Defence. Movements; charter of ships; logistic services for the Armed Forces; repair, maintenance, stores and supply services; associated capital facilties and works; contractors' redundancy costs; plant and machinery; nuclear warhead and fissile material programme; procurement, including development and production of equipment and weapon systems for the Armed Forces; purchases for sale abroad; research by contract; sundry procurement services including those on repayment terms.

  • Land and buildings works services. Services provided by other Government Departments. Sundry services, subscriptions, grants and other payments including those abroad via assistance to Foreign and Commonwealth Governments for defence-related purposes. UK youth community projects. Setup costs and loans to Trading Funds. Spending by defence-related Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs). Support of operations (Afghanistan) over and above the costs of maintaining the units involved at their normal state of readiness. The net additional (programme) costs for early warning, crisis management, conflict resolution/peace-making, peace-keeping and peace-building activities in other parts of the World. The net additional costs of associated strengthening of international regional systems; capacity-building; and stabilisation activities.

  • * Support of operations (Libya) over and above the costs of maintaining the units involved at their normal state of readiness.

  • Personnel costs of the Armed Forces and their Reserves includes provision for Naval Service to a number not exceeding 42,550; provision for Army Service to a number not exceeding 124,270; provision for Air Force Service to a number not exceeding 44,730; and provision for officers and men in the Reserve Forces not exceeding the numbers specified in respect of each of the Reserve Forces for the purposes of Parts 1, 3, 4 and 5 of the Reserve Forces Act 1996 in House of Commons Paper No. 769 of Session 2010-12 and adjusted in House of Commons Paper No. 1745 of Session 2010—12.

Income arising from:

Provision of services to foreign Governments and other government departments. Payments for services provided by Trading Funds. Dividends and loan repayments from Trading Funds. Sale of assets. recovery of costs from personnel. Rent for use of Ministry of Defence property and miscellaneous receipts.

Annually Managed Expenditure-1,063,130,0000

Expenditure arising from:

pensions and other payments/allowances for disablement or death arising out of war or service in the Armed Forces after 2 September 1939. Awards to surviving members of British groups held prisoner by the Japanese during the Second World War (Far Eastern Prisoners of War) or their surviving spouse and pensions and other payments in respect of service in the Armed Forces at other times, excluding claims under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme and Armed Forces pension scheme. The creation and revaluation of provisions; impairments due to the revaluation of fixed assets, unforeseen obsolescence and losses caused by catastrophic events. Bad debts and some Foreign exchange gains and losses. Costs associated with decommissioning.

TOTAL2,267,488,000-526,525,000644,093,000

Armed Forces retired pay, pensions etc, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Armed Forces retired pay, pensions etc340,000,000
Annually Managed Expenditure1,340,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Payment of pensions, lump sum benefits, transfers out and associated non-cash items to persons covered by the scheme. Provision is also made for:

— payment of those benefits outside the scheme: Short Service Gratuities, Resettlement Grants and Criminal injuries Compensation Overseas.

Income arising from:

MOD employer contributions (Superannuation Contributions Adjusted for Past Experience), Transfers In from other schemes and the purchases of added years.

TOTAL1,340,000,0000340,000,000

Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Foreign and Commonwealth Office90,891,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit68,891,00012,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

administration of UK Trade and Investment, Wilton Park Executive Agency, net expenditure of NDPBs, hospitality and facilities, international organisations, scholarships, information services and sponsored visits, special payments and assistance programmes supporting foreign policy objectives including human rights, good governance, international security and the fight against the illicit drug trade, the BBC World Service for broadcasting, the British Council. Conflict prevention, early warning, crisis management, conflict resolution/peacemaking, peacekeeping and peace-building activity and on associated strengthening of international and regional systems and capacity and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

salary refunds of seconded diplomatic staff and locally engaged staff, the sale of information material, sub-letting, sales of surplus material and equipment, legalisation fees collected at both home and abroad, telephone and postage recoveries, medical scheme recoveries, bank interest and sundry receipts, repayment by locally engaged staff of loans for car purchase and medical and other assistance, from other Government Departments including DfID and MoD for the Special Representative on Conflict Resolution, visa and passport services provided at consular offices, Wilton Park Executive Agency receipts from customers for running costs, sales and rents, Hospitality Section, Conference and Visits Group, Lancaster House receipts, repayments of sums advanced to distressed British Nationals, interest and dividends from Public Corporations, sales into Wider Markets * and Sponsorships

TOTAL68,891,00012,000,00090,891,000

Department for International Development, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for International Development-284,530,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-309,046,000264,105,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Development and humanitarian assistance under the International Development Act 2002 through financial and technical assistance to governments, institutions, voluntary agencies and individuals for activities including:

    • — wealth creation (generating growth, stimulating trade and improving infrastructure);

    • — direct delivery of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) (health and nutrition, education, water and sanitation, humanitarian assistance and food aid);

    • — governance and security (peace building, conflict prevention, stabilisation and the Conflict Pool, public financial management, human rights);

    • — climate change (mitigating and adapting to the impact of climate change);

    • — global partnerships (core funding for and capital subscriptions to multilateral organisations which provide country level and global assistance, core funding for civil society organisations and research partnerships);

    • — continued assistance to UK Overseas Territories;

    • — costs relating to investments in public corporations and shareholdings in private sector companies;

    • — establishing the Independent Commission for Aid Impact as an advisory NDPB;

    • — spending by NDPBs (Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) on scholarships to individuals from Commonwealth countries including both developed and developing countries);

    • — related capital expenditure, administration costs and associated depreciation and other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

  • * -the Independent Commission for Aid Impact - an advisory NDPB which will provide objective evidence-based, and independent scrutiny of UK Aid in order to improve accountability to the British people and our aid partners for the results achieved.

Income arising from:

Capital repayments and receipt of interest on development assistance and budget support loans; management fees relating to loan guarantees; repayments of loans given to Crown Agents; receipts from overseas governments in respect of bilateral country and sector programmes; refunds of payments made under UK guarantees to the European Investment Bank; recoveries from other government departments; recovery of advances from procurement agents; receipts for seconded officers; rental income; recoveries from staff for use of official vehicles; refund of rental and rates payments; income from debentures issued to DFID by CDC Group plc; and income from the sale of fixed assets.

Annually Managed Expenditure-7,504,000-1,600,000

Expenditure arising from:

Non cash movements in provisions including contributions to International Finance Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm) and Advanced Market Commitments (AMC); change in fair value of financial instruments and other non-cash costs falling in AME.

Income arising from:

* Disposal of investment assets.

TOTAL-316,550,000262,505,000-284,530,000

Department for International Development: Overseas Superannuation, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for International Development: Overseas Superannuation0
Annually Managed Expenditure750,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Pension and superannuation payments, grants and compensation payments, etc. in respect of overseas services; pensions for beneficiaries of certain former overseas pension funds for which the UK assumed responsibility; contributions to pensions funds guaranteed by the UK; refund of contributions made by overseas governments; war service credit; and associated non-cash items such as adjustments to pension scheme liabilities like interest on outstanding scheme liabilities.

Income arising from:

Miscellaneous income relating to the scheme.

TOTAL750,00000

Department of Energy and Climate Change, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department of Energy and Climate801,820,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit908,767,000234,716,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Support for energy-related activities including regulation, civil emergency planning, environmental remediation and support and facilitation for new and sustainable or more efficient, or less carbon intensive energy sources, technologies, transmission and storage, security and non-proliferation;

  • safety, environment and social impact programmes relating to nuclear sites in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and other countries where future G8 Global Partnership related initiatives may be pursued;

  • inspections and compliance in accordance with EU regulatory requirements and recovery of expenditure through cost sharing arrangements;

  • subscriptions and contributions to international organisations and fulfilment of international treaty obligations.

  • Efficient discharge of liabilities falling to the Department, including nuclear waste management and decommissioning and for former coal industry employees.

  • Respond to fuel poverty needs;

  • measures to improve energy efficiency, security and environmental practice;

  • climate modelling and risk assessment;

  • Payments to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills towards the costs of the Regional Development Agencies and the London Development Agency.

  • Payments to the Department for Communities and Local Government towards the costs of the Government Offices.

  • Work towards international agreement on climate change;

  • promote and support actions to reduce national and global greenhouse gas emissions;

  • Specialist support services, staff management and development; other departmental administration and non-cash costs; exchange risk and other guarantee losses; publicity, promotion, publications, knowledge sharing initiatives and departmental research and development; surveys, monitoring, statistics, advice and consultancies; contributions to fund cross government initiatives;

  • Payments to HM Treasury towards the cost of Infrastructure UK.

  • Expenditure by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Coal Authority, Civil Nuclear Police Authority, Committee on Climate Change, Carbon Trust, and Energy Savings Trust.

  • * Energy resilience measures.

Income arising from:

  • receipts relating to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the oil and gas industries (including petroleum licensing);

  • receipts from other Government Departments and devolved administrations;

  • grant income from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills for the Low Carbon Buildings Programme;

  • the repayment of loans and investments; repayment of capital grants;

  • government carbon offsetting scheme receipts;

  • income relating to legal services, consultancy, publications, public enquiries, information, secondments, departmental administration costs, central services, rental income and repayments; occupancy charge; administrative and professional services; EU receipts; the sale of surplus land and buildings. * Refund of input VAT not claimed in previous years on departmental expenditure; noncash income; Project Camelot Levy Receipts.

Annually Managed Expenditure4,334,299,00015,200,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Efficient discharge of liabilities falling to the Department, including nuclear waste management and decommissioning and for former coal industry employees.

  • Expenditure by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Coal Authority and Civil Nuclear Police Authority.

  • Energy levy-funded expenditure including Renewable Heat Incentive, Feed-In Tariffs, Renewables Obligation and Social Price Support * (Warm Home Discount).

Income arising from:

income relating to repayment and recoveries of compensation and legal costs, distribution of surpluses from coal industry pension scheme and BNFL/Urenco dividend income. Income from Energy levies including Feed-In Tariffs, Renewables Obligation and Social Price Support * (Warm Home Discount). Refund of input VAT not claimed in previous years on departmental expenditure.

TOTAL5,243,066,000249,916,000801,820,000

UK Atomic Energy Authority Pension Schemes, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
UK Atomic Energy Authority Pension Schemes-14,270,000
Annually Managed Expenditure2,062,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Payment of pensions etc to members of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority pension schemes, related expenditure and non-cash items.

Income arising from:

Receipts of employees' and employers' contributions and inward transfers.

TOTAL2,062,0000-14,270,000

Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Office of Gas and Electricity Markets10,000,000
Annually Managed Expenditure700,0000

Expenditure arising from:

provisions and other non-cash items in AME.

TOTAL700,000010,000,000

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs448,128,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-48,487,00015,150,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Climate modelling, risk assessment and adaptation.

  • Expenditure by Natural England and the Environment Agency. Represent forestry interests, encourage good forestry practice, sustainable forest management and conduct forest research. International policy, research, standard-setting and monitoring to support sustainable forestry. Land grants, countryside access and rights of way. Policy on commons, national parks and town and village greens. Environmental protection and conservation, maintain air and ozone quality, increase UK's environmental decontamination capabilities, deliver social, environmental and economic programmes; Maintain water quality and supply, management of inland waterways and obligations under the Water Act 2003. Support terrestrial, marine, waterway environments and protection of water bodies. Support protection of species, wildlife management, habitat protection and conservation. Support national and global biodiversity, geodiversity and research.

  • Better waste management. Promotion and support for sustainable development, consumption and production.

  • Flood risk management and development implications, land drainage and sewerage. Exotic and endemic animal and plant disease policy portfolio and eradication. Regulatory systems for chemicals, veterinary medicines and pesticides. Radioactive waste management, pollution emergency response services, noise mapping and manage other environmental risks. Consultation on town, urban and country developments.

  • Supporting development of farming and cost-sharing initiatives, payments, losses and penalties relating to the administration of EU schemes including disallowance. EU compensation payments to producers and support for agriculture. Champion hygienic production, marketing, delivery and processing in the agriculture, fisheries and food industries. Support bee and fish conservation, UK's responsibilities under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and fishing industry. Support keeping, movement tracing, international trade, health and welfare of animals, animal products and by-products, dairy hygiene and marketing.

  • Support a sustainable, secure and healthy food supply; food labelling and composition policy.

  • Support for rural and regional development.

  • Specialist support services; legacy and residual delivery body costs; subsidies to support delivery bodies; staff management and development; other departmental administration and non-cash costs; publicity, promotion; awareness and publications; knowledge sharing initiatives; research and development; surveys; monitoring; statistics; advice and consultancies; funding through Area Based Grants; subscriptions and contributions to international organisations; licensing, approvals and certification; inspections; compliance and enforcement in accordance with regulatory requirements.

Income arising from:

Income from devolved administrations and EC; delivery body funding contributions; provision of employee and financial shared services to other public sector bodies; surveys receipts from sale of carcasses and vaccines; income from licensing; approvals; investments; interest gained; donations and bequests; commercial activities; certification; publications; public inquiries; information; inspections; registrations; supervision and extensification; administration of grant; waste disposal; capital loan schemes; commissioned surveys; research; studies and advice; rental income and repayments; occupancy charge; administrative training and professional services; pension and redundancy contributions and knowledge sharing initiatives.

Annually Managed Expenditure292,800,000-9,650,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Levy collection; publicity, promotion, awareness and publications; research and development; market and supply chain analysis and support; packaging recovery support; licensing, approvals and certification.

  • Specialist support services; staff management and development; delivery body funding contributions; surveys; monitoring; statistics; advice and consultancies; provision for future liabilities; bad debts; revaluations and impairment losses; legacy and residual delivery body costs.

Income arising from:

Levies from the meat; dairy; forestry; horticulture; shellfish; cereals; agriculture industries; delivery body funding contributions; packaging recovery support; surveys EU funding; investment and commercial income.

Non-Budget Expenditure5,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

Payments to devolved administrations.

Income arising from:

Funding contributions to support delivery bodies.

TOTAL249,313,0005,500,000448,128,000

Water Services Regulation Authority, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Water Services Regulation Authority0
Departmental Expenditure Limit3,061,00070,000

Expenditure arising from:

administrative and operational costs; depreciation and other non-cash items in DEL

Income arising from:

Water industry regulatory licences, fines and penalties as set out in the Water Industry Act 1991 and the Water Act 2003; receipts in respect of publication sales; contributions toward former Directors General pension payments and other cost recovery receipts.

Annually Managed Expenditure-3,061,0000

Expenditure arising from:

provisions; and other non-cash items in AME.

TOTAL070,0000

Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Culture, Media and Sport-57,225,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit28,231,000-98,651,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • national and other museums and galleries, support for the British Library and other library and archive institutions and the Government Indemnity Scheme. This scheme provides cover for a museum, art gallery, library or other similar institution in the United Kingdom which has as its purpose or one of its purposes the preservation for the public benefit of a collection of historic, artistic or scientific interest.

  • Funding for the Royal Palaces and Parks, for historic buildings and ancient monuments and sites; funding for certain public buildings and national heritage and architecture. Funding for the Listed Places of Worship scheme and the VAT grant scheme for memorials. Funding for commemorative services, memorials and ceremonial occasions.

  • Providing support to the Arts and Sports councils and for other arts, sports and media bodies and schemes; support to film bodies and projects and the promotion of tourism.

  • Funding for the administration and operating costs of the Department, including provision of humanitarian assistance to those affected by major disasters, payments towards the expenses of the Office of Manpower Economics and grants to other government departments.

  • Provision for the sponsorship of the music industry; the Welsh Fourth Channel Authority, the Office of Communications; providing support for the transition to digital broadcasting and superfast broadband and the costs associated with the sale of radio spectrum; and certain broadcasting services; support for alcohol, gambling, film and video licensing, the expenses of the National Lottery Commission and regulatory regimes and schemes.

  • Provision for the costs associated with the closure or restructure of organisations.

  • Provision for research, surveys and other services and for the costs involved in the sale of the Tote. Funding to support delivery of the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012 and its legacy * and associated non-cash items.

  • Providing support for programmes to promote rollout of superfast broadband in both rural and urban areas and the improvement of mobile communications infrastructure. Funding for UK membership of various international organisations. Provision for the costs of Lord Leveson's inquiry.

Income arising from:

  • the activities of the Department for Culture, Media and Sports and its sponsored bodies including proceeds from the sale of properties, assets and the early release of office leases; receipts by the Government Art Collection; recovery of ceremonial costs; recovery of costs for repairs to listed buildings; fees and charges for licenses and receipts from concessionaires and sponsors; the Royal Parks Agency fees, charges and other income; repayment of loans in connection with film development projects and European Union receipts.

  • Contributions from the BBC toward the cost of Digital Britain; receipts associated with the sale of radio spectrum contributions from other government departments toward the costs of joint schemes and the costs of the Olympic Delivery Authority.

  • Receipts from the National Lottery Distribution Fund and Olympic Lottery Distribution Fund to meet the cost of its administration by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and of the expenses of the National Lottery Commission; receipts from the National Lottery operator's licence fees, recoveries from the issue of licensing certificates and the proceeds arising from the sale of the Tote.

  • Receipts associated with the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012.

  • * Contributions from other government departments towards the cost of Lord Leveson's inquiry.

Annually Managed Expenditure17,005,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Broadcasting, media and other services and activities, including provisions.

TOTAL45,236,000-98,651,000-57,225,000

Department for Work and Pensions, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Department for Work and Pensions2,967,254,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-164,065,00066,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Funding for the administration and operating costs of the Department, including grants, loans and payments to other Government Departments, private, public and voluntary organisations. This will enable the Department to fulfil its obligations to support people who are out of work move into work quickly, support the most vulnerable people in society, alleviating poverty and supporting responsible behaviour and deliver simplification reforms to the welfare system.

  • The provision of employment and training programmes and payments of appropriate allowances to help people back to work, including the support of cross-government initiatives related to employment.

  • Assisting people to make plans for their retirement, including research into pensions, private pension industry regulatory work, programmes and new measures to help improve independence and social inclusion for older people.

  • Provision for general levy payments to the Pension Regulator in respect of Public Sector Pension Schemes, the costs and payments associated with the collapse of private pension schemes. The provision of expenditure promoting the Department's objectives in other Government Departments; Crown and Executive Non-Departmental Public Bodies, including the Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission, the Health and Safety Executive; private, public and voluntary organisations.

  • Training and employment projects assisted by the European Union through the European Social Fund, including programme losses and disallowances, refunds to the European Union and exchange rate gains and losses.

  • Subsidies to housing, billing, levying and local authorities for administering the Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit.

  • The costs incurred from the collection of debt arising from overpayments of benefit and on behalf of other public and private sector bodies.

  • The provision of IT, employee and financial services to other public sector bodies; policy; research; publicity; the UK subscription to the International Labour Organisation; international educational, training and employment programmes; assistance and advice on employment service and labour market issues to international organisations; measures to promote financial inclusion; associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs relating to DEL.

Income arising from:

In accordance with the prevailing legislation and regulations, income arising from the administration of the Department for Work and Pensions, Crown and Executive Non-Departmental Public Bodies in delivering its statutory responsibilities, including receipts from staff, outward secondments, sale of non-capital items, recovery of court costs, services carried out on behalf of public and private sector bodies and members of the public, EU activity, levy funded bodies and other associated income.

Annually Managed Expenditure2,827,195,0000

Expenditure arising from:

The payment of social security benefits to people of working age, pensioners, and people with disabilities and their carers in accordance with the prevailing legislation and regulations. Significant social security benefits includes Jobseekers Allowance, Income Support, Employment Support Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Pensions Credit and other associated benefits, including housing and council tax benefits, rent rebates, temporary subsidies to employers. Compensation for dust related diseases, payments for education and provisions and other non-cash costs relating to AME.

Income arising from:

Income arising from the receipt from damages payable to recipients of Statutory Sick Pay, receipts in respect of benefits paid in lieu and recoveries of payments towards Motability costs.

Non-Budget Expenditure416,863,000

Expenditure arising from:

Payment of the Grant to the Social Fund to fund Regulated, Discretionary and Winter Fuel payments.

TOTAL3,079,993,00066,000,0002,967,254,000

Scotland Office and Office of the Advocate General, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Scotland Office and Office of the Advocate General430,323,000
Non-Budget Expenditure430,323,000

Expenditure arising from:

Payment of a grant to the Scottish Consolidated Fund

TOTAL430,323,0000430,323,000

Wales Office, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Wales Office-45,085,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-114,0000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Administration; Lord Lieutenants expenditure; capital and other non cash items.

  • * Grant to the Swansea Valley Miners' Appeal Fund; Administration costs for Commission on Devolution.

Income arising from:

Receipts from accommodation

Annually Managed Expenditure19,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Non Cash costs in respect of pension commitments

Non-Budget Expenditure-45,076,000

Expenditure arising from:

Payments of a Grant to the Welsh Consolidated Fund

TOTAL-45,171,0000-45,085,000

Northern Ireland Office, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Northern Ireland Office114,694,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit740,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Overseeing the effective operation of the devolution settlement in Northern Ireland and representing the interests of Northern Ireland within the UK Government. Expenditure on administrative services, Head of State related costs, VIP visits to Northern Ireland, NI Human Rights Commission and other Reviews and Commissions arising from the Good Friday Agreement, the Northern Ireland Act 1998, the Northern Ireland Act 2000, the Northern Ireland Act 2009, political development and inquiries, elections and boundary reviews, legal services, security, victims of the Troubles including the work of the Independent Commission for the Location of Victims Remains, arms decommissioning, parading, Civil Service Commissioners, compensation schemes under the Justice and Security (Northern Ireland) Act 2007 and Terrorism Act 2000 and certain other grants. This will include associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

  • Recoupment of electoral expenses, receipts from the use of video conferencing facilities, fees and costs recovered or received for work done for other departments, freedom of information receipts, data protection act receipts, recovery of compensation paid, recoupment of grant funding, costs and fees awarded in favour of the crown and receipts arising from arms decommissioning. Fees and costs recovered or received for the use of the NIO estate.

  • * Monies from other departments to fund projects in Northern Ireland.

Annually Managed Expenditure-46,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Provisions relating to administrative services and to compensation schemes under the Justice and Security (Northern Ireland) Act 2007 and Terrorism Act 2000 other non-cash costs falling in AME.

Non-Budget Expenditure114,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

Providing appropriate funding to the Northern Ireland Consolidated Fund for the delivery of transferred public services as defined by the Northern Ireland Act 1998, Northern Ireland Act 2000 and the Northern Ireland Act 2009. Grants to the Northern Ireland Consolidated Fund and transfers of EU funds.

TOTAL114,694,0000114,694,000

HM Treasury, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
HM Treasury-4,143,802,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-12,904,0009,200,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • economic, financial and related administration, including group shared services; expenses in connection with honours and dignities, compensation payments arising from gilt administration.

  • Expenditure of the Debt Management Office, including administration of the Public Works Loan Board, the Commission for the Reduction of National Debt and operational services for HM Treasury, other government departments and the Bank of England.

  • Expenditure on Treasury related bodies including the Office of Tax Simplification, Office for Budget Responsibility, United Kingdom Financial Investments Ltd, Asset Protection Agency, Infrastructure UK, Office for Budget Responsibility, Consumer Financial Education Body, Financial Services Compensation Scheme and the Royal Mint Advisory Committee on the design of coins.

  • The manufacture, storage and distribution of coinage for use in the United Kingdom and actions to protect the integrity of coinage and associated non-cash items falling in DEL.

  • * Spending in connection with the sale of investments.

Income arising from:

  • recoveries in respect of administration of the Treasury, including recharges for work on financial stability issues, charges for courses, services provided by the Economics in Government team and other officers loaned to other organisations, including the salary of the UK Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund/International Bank for Reconstruction and Development who is a Treasury employee; charges for services provided by the Government Social Research Unit; income from recovery actions in connection with Barlow Clowes; charges for services to government departments provided under the Financial Management Change Agenda;

  • income from fees charges to Foreign Investment Exchange/Clearing Houses; recoveries in respect of Honours and Dignities; income in respect of insurance sponsorship and supervision responsibilities; income due to the Debt Management Office for advertising costs, stock exchange listings, data provision, rentals in respect of operating leases, the management and administration of certain public and private funds and provision of a lending service to local authorities, income from the administration of carbon dioxide reduction schemes and the Gilt Purchase and Sale Service; administration of Pool Re and other related bodies;

  • European Fast Stream income from the Cabinet Office; amounts arising from the sale of shares and debt.

  • * Amounts, arising from loans, including interest and fees.

Annually Managed Expenditure-927,150,000-4,216,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • purchase of metal for the production of coinage; payments in respect of costs related to investment in and financial assistance to financial institutions and administration of the Equitable Life Payments Scheme, payments under the Loans to Ireland Act 2010; creation and use of provisions including the Equitable Life Payments Scheme and those in respect of economic, financial and related administration; impairment of fixed assets and associated non-cash items falling in AME.

  • * Spending by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and the Money Advice Service (formerly the Consumer Financial Education Body).

Income arising from:

  • income from financial institutions including interest, fees and charges, dividends, loan repayments, sale of assets and other capital receipts.

  • * income from other bodies including interest, fees and charges, dividends, loan repayments, sale of assets and other capital receipts.

TOTAL-940,054,000-4,206,800,000-4,143,802,000

HM Revenue and Customs, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
HM Revenue and Customs97,950,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit1,687,000-25,196,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • administration and the associated non-cash items incurred in the management and collection of the direct and indirect taxes, duties and levies, tax credits and National Insurance Contributions; Child Benefit and the Child Trust Fund, Shipbuilders' Relief, Money Laundering regulatory regime, Spirit Drinks Verification Schemes, the National Insurance Funds for Great Britain and Northern Ireland; OPG and government banking services; Health in Pregnancy Grant; Saving Gateway; National minimum wage; collection of student loans; the operation of customs controls including prohibitions and restrictions; the provision of trade information;

  • the provision of resources to independent investigatory bodies (including the HMIC, IPCC and the police authorities) to facilitate the independent inspection of professional standards within the Department, the investigation of allegations of mis-conduct or criminal activities by Departmental staff and fulfilment of reciprocal complaints investigation arrangements with police authorities; payments in respect of the Customs National Museum; grants to the voluntary and community sector; providing the Contracts Finder portal; air travel carbon-offsetting; services to support the Welfare Reform Agenda; services to lenders as part of the Mortgage Income Verification scheme; contributions under the Next Generation HR Programme; expenditure arising from structural organisational change;

  • services provided to the department's information technology and wider markets' partners, other departments and public bodies including any assistance with investigations into terrorist incidents, and overseas tax administration and the activity in support of the UK Border Agency; administration and the associated non-cash items incurred by the Valuation Office Agency in the provision of rating and council tax valuation work in England and Wales, housing benefits work in England and providing valuation and property management services to central government and other bodies where public funds are involved.

  • * Expenditure arising from Shared Services.

Income arising from:

  • the recovery of law costs; recovery of the costs of administering the National Insurance Funds and collection of National Insurance contributions; subsidies for New Deal jobseekers employed; receipts for services provided to the Valuation Office Agency, government departments and other bodies including student loan, Welfare Reform Agenda and National Minimum Wage receipts; recovery of costs in respect of the Aggregates levy and of seconded and loan staff; charges for the special attendance of officers; and for international commitments; receipts from the sale of information and publications; from the sale of statistical services and certificates;

  • and from estate management services, including rent receipts from other government departments and private tenants; receipts from the use of certain official cars; receipts from certain tax penalties; EC travelling expenses and receipts from the EC; receipts in respect of Shipbuilders' Relief; receipts from insurance and compensation claims; receipts from the Asset Recovery Incentivisation scheme; and marine fuel relief, transaction fees from credit card payments; fees received for the money laundering regulatory regime; recoveries of overpayments in prior years;

  • excess cash receipts; subscription fees relating to Contracts Finder portal; fees received for the Mortgage Income Verification scheme; fees in connection with Spirit Drinks Verification Schemes; recovery of income from the sale of assets;

  • the recovery of costs of valuation and other services; other miscellaneous administration and programme cost receipts.

  • * The recovery of costs of Government Banking Service. Income from Shared Services.

Annually Managed Expenditure-83,600,00098,000,000

Expenditure arising from:

provisions movements; losses on revaluation of assets; write off of bad debts; incentive payments for e-filing; transitional payments to charities, for personal pensions relief, life assurance premium relief and residual payments for mortgage interest relief; rates paid by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in respect of non-domestic property occupied by accredited representatives of Commonwealth and foreign countries and certain international organisations; payments of Child Benefit, Child Trust Fund endowments, Health in Pregnancy Grant, tax credits and other reliefs; and associated non-cash items.

Income arising from:

payment of rates by accredited representatives of Commonwealth and foreign countries and certain international organisations; refunds from local authorities.

TOTAL-81,913,00072,804,00097,950,000

National Savings and Investments, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
National Savings and Investments-3,550,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-3,790,000240,000

Expenditure arising from:

Cost of delivery of National Savings and Investment's operations and leveraged activities with other bodies including administration, operational, research and development, works other payments and non-cash items.

Income arising from:

The leveraging National Savings and Investment's core infrastructure and capabilities and associated contracts including rent receipts and other receipts such as loss recovery payments

Annually Managed Expenditure2,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Non cash movements in provisions including changes to fair value of National Savings and Investment's properties.

TOTAL-1,790,000240,000-3,550,000

The Statistics Board, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
The Statistics Board13,724,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-19,115,00011,839,000

Expenditure arising from:

the collection, preparation and dissemination of economic, social, labour market and other statistics; promoting and safeguarding the quality of official statistics, monitoring the production and publication of official statistics; preparation and publication of a Code of Practice for Statistics; and preparing and publishing a programme for the assessment of existing and candidate National Statistics against the Code and associated non-cash items.

Income arising from:

provision of social surveys; recovery costs of shared projects; sales of statistical data and publications; receipts from EU and other overseas contracts.

Annually Managed Expenditure22,644,0000

Expenditure arising from:

creation of provision in respect of the onerous contracts; early departure costs; and other provision and associated non-cash items.

TOTAL3,529,00011,839,00013,724,000

Government Actuary's Department, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Government Actuary's Department271,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit1,0000

Expenditure arising from:

administration costs incurred in providing an actuarial service to Government and to other clients principally in the public sector; advising on a wide range of areas including employer sponsored pension arrangements and other employee benefits, social insurance, health care, financing arrangements, risk management, strategic investment, asset/liability consideration, pensions and insurance regulation and associated non-cash items.

Income arising from:

receipts for payments for actuarial, accommodation and facilities management services.

Annually Managed Expenditure-38,0000

Expenditure arising from:

the setting up and use of provisions, losses on revaluation of fixed assets and other associated non-cash items

TOTAL-37,0000271,000

Cabinet Office, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Cabinet Office102,546,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit43,619,0007,396,000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Administration and operation of the department in connection with the following functions:

  • Providing the government's co-ordination function with an overarching purpose of making government work better and more efficiently;

  • Supporting the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister - to define and deliver the government's objectives, implement political and constitutional reform, and drive forward from the centre particular cross-departmental priority issues;

  • Supporting the Cabinet - to drive the coherence, quality and delivery of policy and operations across departments; and

  • Strengthening the Civil Service - to ensure the Civil Service is organised effectively and efficiently and has the capability in terms of skills, values and leadership to deliver the government's objectives, including ensuring value for money to the taxpayer.

  • Working with the Treasury to drive efficiency and reform across the public sector.

  • Political and constitutional reform includes: costs in relation to constitutional offices; Privy Council Office; re-imbursement of Lord Lieutenants' expenses; constitutional issues; electoral policy and administration, in particular costs in relation to the policy on the conduct of all UK Parliamentary and European elections and certain referendums in the UK, and the administration of payments to returning officers from the Consolidated Fund; payments relating to the Representation of the People Act 1983 and other electoral legislation; costs arising from the implementation of Individual Electoral Registration, including set up costs of data matching pilots;

  • policy on the financing and regulation of political parties; Parliamentary Boundary Commissions for England & Wales; research into constitution settlement/devolution, including costs of a Commission to consider the West Lothian Questions; costs associated with a programme of constitutional and political reform, including recall of MPs and a statutory register of lobbyists; costs associated with House of Lords reform.

  • Development and implementation of programmes to promote the building of the Big Society including through direct support to civil society organisations which includes development of the Big Society Bank, National Citizen Service, the Transition Fund and community based funding.

  • Supporting not-for-profit bodies associated with the public service: Civil Service Benevolent Fund, Civil Service Retirement Fellowship, Civil Service Sports Council and the Chequers Trust.

  • Providing a professional procurement service to the public sector to enable organisations to deliver improved value for money in their commercial activities.

  • Providing a centre of excellence for learning and development in support of the strategic business priorities of government.

  • Expenditure by executive non-departmental public body, the Civil Service Commission. Expenditure by advisory non-departmental public bodies.

  • Payments to and relating to former Prime Ministers.

  • Special payments and expenditure on loans and investments and capital assets.

  • Depreciation and notional audit fee and associated non-cash items in DEL.

  • * Development and implementation of programmes to promote the building of the Big Society, including through direct support to civil society organisations and which includes development of the Big Society Bank, National Citizen Service, the Transition Fund, the Mutuals Support Programme and community based funding, across the UK.

  • The management of the Government's property portfolio.

  • Providing financial assistance in the form of a subsidy to the Central Office of Information, a public corporation and trading fund.

  • Expenditure incurred in providing market and communications services to Government and to other clients in the public sector and advising on marketing and communications policy and setting up a function to evaluate impact of marketing on policy outcomes.

  • Providing strategic advice to departments and agencies on achieving their communications objectives, providing purchasing and project management services implementing those strategies and supplying directly those services that, for propriety or other reasons, can only be provided by a government organisation.

  • Shares in mutual joint ventures granted to employees and held within Employee Benefits Trusts on employees' behalf.

  • Loans to mutual joint ventures.

Income arising from:

  • Rental income and receipts from property and land, sales of goods and services, sale or the use of rights and assets, recoverable management costs of the Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (PCSPS), secondment and loan payments, training courses, learning and development activities and related consultancy work, Honours and Appointments, Office for Civil Society programmes, repayment of grants and subsidies, sales of publications and consultancy services, interest receivable, shared services income, cost sharing arrangements, the Buying Solutions dividend, sales of capital and non-capital assets, and repayment of loan principal by the London Hostels Association and Bridges Social Entrepreneurs' Fund LP.

  • * Income on receipt of donated assets, receipts from staff, receipts from dividends, income from employers participating in the Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (PCSPS) to cover administration of the scheme, rebates from suppliers, and sales of consultancy, procurement and project management services in respect of clients' communciations and marketing programmes, sales of financial assets and proceeds on the sale of shares in mutual joint ventures to the private sector.

Annually Managed Expenditure8,044,0000

Expenditure arising from:

  • Provisions for early departure and dilapidation, write off of bad debt, impairments from revaluation of assets below their historical cost carrying amount and associated non-cash items in AME.

  • * Provisions for doubtful debts, and depreciation on donated assets.

  • Revaluation of assets above their carrying amount and recognition of value in mutual joint ventures.

Income arising from:

* Utilisation of provisions and revaluation of assets above their carrying amount and recognition of value in mutual joint ventures.

TOTAL51,663,0007,396,000102,546,000

Security and Intelligence Agencies, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Security and Intelligence Agencies-26,101,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-69,146,0007,810,000

Expenditure arising from:

administration and operational costs, research and development works, equipment and other payments, and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

the sale of services to other government departments, the recovery of costs of staff on loan, recovery from staff for miscellaneous items and certain other services. The sale of fixed assets, freehold interest and land.

Annually Managed Expenditure20,698,0000

Expenditure arising from:

provisions and other non-cash items.

TOTAL-48,448,000>7,810,000-26,101,000

Cabinet Office: Civil Superannuation, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Cabinet Office: Civil Superannuation56,000,000
Annually Managed Expenditure52,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

the superannuation of civil servants; pensions etc., and other pensions and non-recurrent payments; for other related services and related non-cash items.

Income arising from:

charges received from departments and others on account of the cost of pension cover provided for their staff. Periodical contributions for widows', widowers' and dependants' benefits. Other superannuation contributions, transfer values and bulk transfer receipts.

TOTAL52,000,000056,000,000

Central Office of Information, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Central Office of Information-301,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-301,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Administration costs incurred in providing market and communications services to Government and to other clients in the public sector; advising on marketing and communications policy and setting up a function to evaluate impact of marketing on policy outcomes.

TOTAL-301,0000-301,000

Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and the Health Service Commissioner for England, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and the Health Service Commissioner for England-300,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-450,000-50,000

Expenditure arising from:

Operational and administration costs, capital expenditure, and associated depreciation and other noncash costs falling in DEL. Providing services to support the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales, the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman and the Northern Ireland Ombudsman. Cost sharing arrangements with the Commission for Local Administration in England.

Income arising from:

  • Providing services to support the work of public services ombudsmen. Cost sharing arrangements with the Commissioner for Local Administration in England and other public sector bodies. Recovery of costs of staff on loan or secondment.

  • * Sub-letting accommodation on the Ombudsman's estate.

  • Reimbursement of costs of damage to the Ombudsman caused by a third party.

Annually Managed Expenditure250,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Use of provisions, including provisions for early departure, legal costs and dilapidations.

TOTAL-200,000-50,000-300,000

House of Lords, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
House of Lords-2,300,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-12,960,000400,000

Expenditure arising from:

Members' expenses and allowances; administrative and accommodation costs, including staff salaries and pensions; security; stationery; printing; financial assistance to opposition parties; grants to Parliamentary bodies; and associated depreciation and any other non-cash costs falling in DEL.

Income arising from:

Catering and retail sales; rental income; reproductions of works of art; pension scheme related income; fees and other charges.

Annually Managed Expenditure20,642,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Pensions; administrative and accommodation costs; and provisions and other non-cash costs falling in AME.

TOTAL7,682,000400,000-2,300,000

House of Commons: Administration, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
House of Commons: Administration0
DEL equivalent-19,600,0000

Expenditure arising from:

General administration including staff costs, general expenses, stationery, printing, security, broadcasting, IT, catering, accommodation services and associated non-cash costs; and some travel costs of Members of Parliament in connection with select committees and delegations to international parliamentary assemblies; Costs incurred on international parliamentary activities; and grants-in-aid to the History of Parliament Trust, certain parliamentary bodies and to the Association of Former Members of Parliament.

Income arising from:

Catering receipts, rental income, sales of goods and services, fees received and receipts in connection with parliamentary activities.

TOTAL-19,600,00000

The Electoral Commission, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
The Electoral Commission-67,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-67,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Registration of political parties, recognised third parties and permitted participants; regulation and reporting of the income and expenditure of political parties, candidates, third parties and permitted participants; making grants to eligible parties for policy development; reviewing and advising on the administration and law of elections and encouraging best practice; providing guidance, and reporting, on the conduct of elections and referendums; determining standards of performance for those administering electoral registration, elections and referendums, and collecting information in relation to those standards and to expenditure on elections etc; conducting certain referendums and promoting public awareness of electoral systems.

Income arising from:

Registration and re-registration of political parties; * providing guidance, and reporting, on the conduct of elections and referendums: determining standards of performance for those administering electoral registration, elections and referendums, and collecting information in relation to those standards and to expenditure on elections etc; conducting certain referendums and promoting public awareness of electoral systems.

Annually Managed Expenditure80,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Provisions for early departures, pension and tax and national insurance on benefits in kind.

TOTAL13,0000-67,000

Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, 2011-12

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposes (£)Net resources authorised for capital purposes (£)Net Cash Requirement (£)
Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority15,572,000
Departmental Expenditure Limit-1,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

Establishment, operation and administration of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, and all activities connected to its purpose. Determination and administration of an expenses scheme for Members of Parliament; payment of salaries and expenses of Members of Parliament and their staff. Determination of policy for the administration and pay and pensions for Members of Parliament. Conducting reviews and investigations carried out under the auspices of the Office of the Compliance Officer. * Depreciation and other non cash costs arising in DEL.

Annually Managed Expenditure1,000,0000

Expenditure arising from:

* Provisions for shorter than planned life of accommodation.

TOTAL0015,572,000

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