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Non-consolidated Performance Related Pay - Defra Non-consolidated Performance Related Pay - Performance Year 2016-17-16

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Main department (Please select from the drop-down list) Organisation (Please select from the drop-down list) Total SCS on standard contracts - please enter information below relating to SCS staff on standard contracts only In-year End of Year Total Information for SCS on non-standard terms
Annual Paybill (delegated grades for financial year 2016/17) Headcount (delegated grades as at 31 March 2017) Cost of in-year NCPRP for delegated grades £s) Number of staff in delegated grades receiving an in-year NCPRP Number of staff in delegated grades receiving an in-year NCPRP as a % of headcount Value of maximum in-year NCPRP paid to a member of staff in the delegated grades Median NCPRP for those receiving an in-year NCPRP for delegated grades Cost of end of year NCPRP for delegated grades (£s) Number of staff in delegated grades receiving an end of year NCPRP Delegated grade staff receiving an end of year NCPRP as a % of headcount Value of maximum end of year NCPRP paid to a member of staff in the delegated grades Median NCPRP for those receiving an end of year NCPRP for delegated grades Overall cost of NCPRP (in-year and end of year) for delegated grades Cost of NCPRP as a % of paybill for delegated grades (%) Annual SCS Paybill for those SCS on standard contracts Number of SCS on standard contracts - Headcount Cost of in-year NCPRP for SCS standard contract staff £s) Number of SCS standard contract staff receiving an in-year NCPRP SCS standard contract staff receiving an in-year NCPRP as a % of SCS standard contract staff headcount Value of maximum in-year NCPRP paid to a member of SCS standard contract staff in 2016/17 Median in-year NCPRP for those SCS standard contract staff receiving an in-year NCPRP Cost of end of year NCPRP for SCS standard contract staff (œs) Number of SCS standard contract staff receiving an end of year NCPRP SCS standard contract staff receiving an end of year NCPRP as a % of SCS standard contract staff headcount Value of maximum end of year NCPRP paid to a member of SCS standard contract staff in 2016/17 Median end of year NCPRP for those SCS standard contract staff receiving an end of year NCPRP Overall cost of NCPRP (in-year and end of year) for SCS on standard contracts Cost of NCPRP as a % of paybill for SCS on standard contracts (%) Number of SCS on non-standard performance pay terms - Headcount (as at 31 March 2017) Value of maximum in-year NCPRP paid to a member of SCS on non-standard performance pay terms Value of maximum end of year NCPRP paid to a member of SCS on non-standard performance pay terms Comments (Please enter any clarifying notes and comments in this field)
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs £196,387,228 4511 £413,220 1037 23.00% £1,500 £300 £815,383 939 20.80% £1,780 £820 £1,228,603 0.60% £12,264,120 108 £45,000 10 9.30% £5,000 £5,000 £301,140 27 25% £15,000 £11,000 £346,140 2.80% . . . Data for the delegated grades includes staff in core-Defra, Animal and Plant Health Agency and Veterinary Medicines Directorate, who are on Defra terms and conditions. SCS in Defra and the Executive Agencies are treated as a single population for NCPRP, therefore we have provided a single return for the SCS across core-Defra and the Executive Agencies.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science £22,041,000 556 . . . . . £721,197 540 97.10% £5,445 £1,048 £721,197 3.30% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 540 staff on delegated grades received Corporate Bonus payments totalling œ560,668. 99 staff on delegated grades received individual PRP Bonus payments totalling œ160,529.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Rural Payments Agency £67,979,058 1919 £36,975 204 10.60% £750 £150 £127,238 287 15.00% £700 £400 £164,213 0.20% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .