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Dear Department of Health,

Under the FOI act, please provide a response to my request

Workforce Management

Please provide the following answers for the Central Government Department for 2016/17

1. Total agency spend
2. Split the total agency spend by staffing category (categorise as you would)
(e.g. admin, IT, legal etc.)
3. Total number of agency workers
4. Split the total number of agency workers by staffing group (categorise as you would)
(e.g. admin, IT, legal etc.)

Does the Central Government Department use a third party to manage the supply of temporary/agency staff? If so, please provide the following details:

1. Name of third party
2. Description of services offered
3. Contract start date
4. Contract end date
5. Annual cost to the department for 2016/17
6. Was this service procured through a framework? If so, please state which framework
7. Whom within the department was responsible for authorising/signing the contract – please provide their name and job title

Revenue

1. What is the Central Government Department’s total Departmental Expenditure Limit (DEL) for 2016/17:

Please provide the total DEL split by the following:
a. Resource/Revenue
b. Capital

2. Please provide the Government Department’s allocation of funding, providing detail on the DEL allocation for all bodies within the overall central government departments, including ALBs for 2016/17

Yours faithfully,

Sam

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Dear Sir

Please find attached the Department of Health's response to your recent
FOI request (our ref: 1101097 ) 

Yours sincerely,

 Dorothy Crowe 

Freedom of Information team
Department of Health

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Dear Department of Health,

Apologies for not complying to the FOI rules, my full name is Mr Sam Bude

From this, could you please revisit my request

Yours faithfully,

sam

Department of Health and Social Care, Department of Health

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Dear Mr Bude,

Please find attached the Department of Health & Social Care's response to
your recent FOI request (our ref: FOI-1106139  ) 

Yours sincerely,

 Edward Franklyn 

Freedom of Information team
Department of Health

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