The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department (Fiona Mactaggart):
Subject to Parliamentary approval of any necessary supplementary estimate, the Charity Commission DEL will be increased by £83,000 from £28,198,000 to £28,281,000 and the administration costs limit will be increased by £83,000 from £27,409,000 to £ 27,492,000. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table:
The change in the resource element of the DEL arises from the take-up of £83,000 End-Year Flexibility funding, of which £50,000 will fund unavoidable medical retirements, £15,000 will fund costs relating to
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the replacement of the Commission's current payroll provider and £18,000 will fund the implementation of a non-pay staff benefit scheme. The change in the administration costs limit arises from the same take-up of £83,000 resource End-Year Flexibility funding.
The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Mr. David Blunkett):
Plans of changes to the Departmental Expenditure Limit and Administrative Cost Limit for 200304.
Subject to Parliamentary approval of the necessary Supplementary Estimate, the Home Office's Departmental Expenditure Limits (DEL) for 200304 will be increased by £238,426,000 from £12,534,970,000 to £12,773,396,000. These changes cause the administration costs limit to increase by £38,097,000 from £3,431,703,000 to £3,469,800,000. In addition to normal administration costs, the Home Office administration costs limit also includes the costs of front line Prison, and Immigration service staff. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital are as set out in the following table:
*Depreciation, which forms part of resource DEL, is excluded from the total DEL since capital DEL includes capital spending and to include depreciation of those assets would lead to double counting.
The change in the resource element of the DEL arises from: revised IND budget addition of £171,000,000 comprising £33,899,000 to subhead I1, £143,668,000 to subhead I2, reduction of £6,977,000 to subhead I3 and a reduction in receipts of £410,000 to subhead I5; £52,500,000 additional resources for the Recovered Assets Incentive Scheme; EYF of £2,662,000 programme expenditure to RfR1 subhead C2
ISB funds: £1,051,000 to RfR1 subhead H3 for the GuideStar UK project;
Additional resources of £7,179,000: for RfR2 subhead Bl following an adjustment to the imputed cost of capital associated with the Prisons PFI contract;
Transfers from other Government Departments total £11,719,000. This comprises:
£7,502,000 from the Department for Constitutional Affairs to RfR 1 comprising £4,850,000 to subhead ADS for meeting the needs of the Criminal justice IT delivery plan; £2,610,000 to subhead E2 for Crown courts; £24,000 to subhead H3 for strategic funding of Mediation UK and £18,000 to subhead E3 as a contribution to the group of states against corruption (GRECO).
£2,215,000 from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister to RfR 1 comprising £2,000,000 to subhead B3 for capacity building in 67 neighbourhoods with high crime rates; £155,000 to subhead H3 in respect of the Adventure Capital fund; £60,000 to subhead Bl for work on local public service agreements.
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£50,000 from the Office of National Statistics to RfRl subhead K1 for work associated with the neighbourhood statistics programme.
£1,792,000 from the Department for Education and Skills to RfR 1 comprising £1,500,000 to subhead AMI; £159,000 to subhead H3 for the mentor point programme and £133,000 to subhead AM2 for Treasury solicitors fees on past litigation for approved schools.
£140,000 from Customs and Excise to RfR1 subhead A2 for funding the special projects and electro mechanical services.
£20,000 from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to RfR1 subhead E3 as a contribution to the group of states against corruption (GRECO);
Transfers to other government departments totalling £19,756,000. This comprises:
£628,000 from RfRl to the Department for Constitutional Affairs comprising £500,000 from subhead E2 for local criminal justice boards; £68,000 from subhead H1 for staff costs involved in administering the golden jubilee awards in the Scottish and Welsh Devolved administrations and £60,000 from subhead E3 for the victims and witnesses survey.
£63,000 from RfR 2 subhead C1 to the Department for Constitutional Affairs for staff costs for prison adjudicators.
£5,950,000 from RfRl to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office comprising £2,088,000 from subhead I1 for the European Union Residence Permit; £305,000 from subhead I1 for the Colombo biometrics pilot; £250,000 from subhead I1 for the wider biometrics scoping study;
£185,000 from subhead I1 for the East Africa biometrics project; £2,000,000 from subhead D3 and £1,000,000 from subhead C2 for contributions towards the FCO's Afghanistan drugs plan and £122,000 from subhead K2 for research into techniques for identifying and measuring opium cultivation.
£4,199,000 from RfR1 to the Crown Prosecution Service comprising £3,300,000 from subhead C2 for costs associated with the proceeds of crime act 2002; £500,000 from subhead E1 for the confidence unit and £210,000 from subhead C3 to cover cost under the recovered asset incentive fund; £189,000 from subhead B2 to support joint working and improve effective use of enforcement measures for Anti-Social Behaviour.
£3,413,000 from RfRl to Customs and Excise comprising £1,570,000 from subhead C2 for costs associated with Project Cyclamen; £1,003,000 from subhead C3 for legal teams associated with the proceeds of crime act and £840,000 from subhead C3 for the Regional Assets recovery Teams project.
£1,980,000 from RfRl to the Department of Health comprising £1,000,000 from subhead D3 for heroin pilots in the Drug Misuse service; £270,000 from subhead H3 for immediate care services and £150,000 from subhead H3 for "Care direct", a match funded project; £50,000 from subhead AM1 for funding of the Mental Health bill team and £510,000 from subhead AM2 for central support cost for the Community Project (£350,000); for CBT training at Ashworth Hospital (£97,000); for general training at Broadmoar and Rampton Hospital (£25,000 each) and for evaluation of the Drug Education/Young People pooled Budget (£13,000).
£1,080,000 from RfRl to the Cabinet Office comprising of £1,050,000 from subhead C2 for drugs projects and £30,000 from subhead AM1 for cost associated with the Carter review.
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£406,000 from RfRl to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for business crime advisor and anti social behaviour unit.
£417,000 from RfR2 to the Department for Trade and Industry comprising £385,000 from subhead C2 and £32,000 from subhead C1 for the pay review body.
£288,000 from RfR1 to the Department for Education and Skills comprising £201,000 from subhead I1 for the moorfoot building agreement; £54,000 from subhead H3 for the community championship programme and £33,000 from subhead Bl for the street crime action team.
£610,000 from RfR 2 subhead A2 to the Department for Education and Skills for transferring education responsibility from HMPS.
£642,000 to the National Assembly of Wales comprising £250,000 from RfR1 subhead D3 for throughcare and aftercare; £43,000 from RfR1 subhead B1 for business crime reduction advisors and £349,000 from RfR2 subhead A1 for additional prison health care costs.
£55,000 from RfR1 subhead H3 to the Ministry of Defence for volunteering opportunities, a match funded project.
£25,000 from RfR1 subhead C3 to the Asset Recovery Agency for the Recovered Assets Incentive Fund;
Machinery of Government changes totalling £14,000 comprising:
Additional £14,000 provision for Family policy to be transferred from RfR1 subhead H1 "Community policy" to the Department for Education and Skills;
The change in the capital element of DEL arises from:
Revised IND capital budget addition of £46,000,000;
EYF totalling £11,295,000 comprising:
£10,000,000 to RfR2 subhead A7 for building prison capacity; £654,000 capital expenditure to RfR1 subhead C7 and £641,000 to RfR1 subhead L7 for work relating to the Hoclas project;
Transfers to other government departments totalling £30,272,000. This comprises:
£22,324,000 from RfRl to the Department for Constitutional Affairs comprising £15,800,000 from subhead E7 to meet the cost of the overall delivery plan for 200304; £5,000,000 from subhead E7 for the crown courts; £1,000,000 from the Departmental unallocated provision for criminal justice IT work; £264,000 from subhead E7 to support improvements in inputting Crown Court decisions into the Police National Computer and £260,000 from subhead E7 for IT interface work. £5,500,000 from RfR1 subhead 17 to the Ministry of Defence in respect of RAF Newton.
£2,047,000 from RfR1 to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office comprising £1,013,000 from subhead 17 for the new visa regime in Kingston, Jamaica; £912,000 from subhead I7 for the European Union Residence Permit and £122,000 from subhead I7 for capital expenditure on biometrics in East Africa.
£401,000 from RfR1 subhead C7 to Customs and Excise for costs associated with Project Cyclamen.