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Civil Service Statistics 2000 was published today. The publication ...
Civil Service Statistics 2000 was published today. The publication

highlights key trends in civil service staffing for the period up

to 1 April 2000. Alongside the main publication a summary handout,

Key Figures on Civil Service Statistics, is produced containing

some of the main charts and tables. Both documents are available on

the internet. Further tables containing diversity information are

also being made available on the internet as from today. As part of

our strategy to develop the internet for future publication, tables

previously published in the Equal Opportunities in the Civil

Service Data Summary will no longer be published in paper form.

This publication is based on headline figures that were originally

published on 29 November 2000, and includes a large amount of

previously unseen information and detailed analyses.

Civil Service Statistics 2000 provides more detail about:

* numbers of permanent and casual civil servants in each department

and agency

* numbers of civil servants by gender, ethnic origin and disability

* numbers of entrants to and leavers from the Civil Service

* numbers of civil servants by location, responsibility level and

salary band

* the age structure of civil servants


1. Copies of Civil Service Statistics 2000 are available from

from Personnel; Statistics Branch on 020 7276 1532.

2. The complete document can be found on the cabinet office website.

3. Civil Service Statistics covers the staff in the home civil

service and the diplomatic service, but not the Northern Ireland

civil service. Unless otherwise stated figures relate to 1 April 2000

or the financial year 1999-00.

4. National Statistics are produced to high professional standards

set out in the National Statistics Code of Practice. They undergo

regular quality assurance reviews to ensure that they meet customer

needs. They are produced free from any political interference.

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