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Subject to Parliamentary approval of the necessary Supplementary Estimate, the Office of Gas and Electricity Market's DEL will be increased by £1,000 from £1,651,000 to £1,652,000 and the administration budget will be increased by £211,000 from £491,000 to £702,000.
(3)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 a token increase in administration costs to cover an increase of £356,000 in expenditure offset by an increase of £355,000 in A. Additionally there is a reclassification of £210,000 from programme to administration costs.
The Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (Ed Balls): Subject to Parliamentary approval of any necessary Supplementary Estimate, the Department for Children, Schools and Families Departmental Expenditure Limit (DEL) will be decreased by £14,106,193,000 from £64,665,498,000 to £50,559,305,000, the administration cost budget will be decreased by £45,221,000 from £237,698,000 to £192,477,000. The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED) which has a separate Estimate and DEL, will be increased by £16,790,000 from £205,000,000 to £221,790,000 the administration cost budget will be increased by £485,000 from £28,470,000 to £28,955,000.
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The decrease in the resource element of the DEL of £12,939,550,000 arises from an increase in the voted element of the resource DEL of £3,950,322,000 and a decrease of £16,889,872,000 in the non-voted element of resource DEL mainly in the Department's Non-Departmental Public Bodies.
Following the machinery of government changes, a net movement of £4,297,101,000 from non-voted resource DEL to fund departmental programmes through the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS), a transfer of £25,600,000 from the Home Office for the Respect programmes.
A movement from RfR2, £2,400,000 in respect of Early Years in Maintained schools.
A movement of £373,089,000 to non-voted resource DEL to support the machinery of government change.
A draw down from central funds of £4,661,000 to match departmental non-cash DEL with agreed Comprehensive Spending Review aggregates.
A transfer from the Cabinet Office £549,000 administration for the Parliamentary Council Office.
A transfer to the Department of Culture, Media and Sports £2,000,000 for Museum and Galleries.
A movement of £2,400,000 to RfRl in respect of Early Years in Maintained schools.
A movement of £2,500,000 to non-voted resource DEL in respect of the National College for Schools Leadership.
Following the machinery of government changes, a net movement of £17,247,858,000 to DIUS.
A transfer of £15,924,000 to the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED) to take on the role of the former Adult Learning Inspectorate.
A movement of £373,089,000 from voted resource DEL to support the machinery of government change.
A movement of £2,500,000 from RfR2 for the National College for Schools Leadership.
Giving up to central funds £1,679,000 to match departmental non-cash DEL with agreed Comprehensive Spending Review aggregates.
The decrease in the capital element of the DEL of £1,166,643,000 arises from a £458,447,000 increase in the voted element of capital DEL and a decrease of £1,625,090,000 in the non-voted element of capital DEL.
Following the machinery of government changes, an increase in voted DEL of £456,700 as part of the exercise to move provision to DIUS.
Technical adjustment to move £1,234,000 to non-voted to match departmental capital DEL with agreed Comprehensive Spending Review aggregates.
A technical adjustment to move £2,981,000 from non-voted capital DEL to match agreed Comprehensive Spending Review aggregates.
A net movement of £1,622,962,000 to DIUS following the machinery of government changes.
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