|Statement||presented to Parliament by the Minister for the Cabinet Office ; laid before the Scottish Parliament by the Scottish Ministeres. 1999.|
|Series||Cm -- 4657|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Cabinet Office., Great Britain. Scottish Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Annex 3: model framework document for executive NDPBs. or the net book value of disposals of non-current assets – scored as negative CDEL is less than included in the agreed budget the NDPB shall, unless otherwise agreed with the SG, ensure a corresponding reduction in its gross expenditure. (The extent to which the NDPB exceeds agreed. Executive NDPBs. Executive NDPBs carry out work on behalf of government but do not form part of it, nor are they directly accountable to parliament. They operate within a framework of governance and accountability set by Ministers; often this is defined in specific legislation setting up each body. We provide the following information for each public body; category, contact details, SG funding amounts, permanent staffing numbers, Chief Executive name and salary. See the Guide to Public Bodies in Scotland for more information. Executive NDPBs employ around , people and in the financial year spent a combined total of £bn, of which £bn was funded directly by the UK Government with the rest funded through fees, charges, levies or other funding sources such as EU grants.
Unlike NDPBs, agencies had no legal status separate from that of their department (which also in most cases had no specific statutory basis) and agency staff were still civil servants. But the agency principles above were soon extended to executive NDPBs and the differences between agencies and executive NDPBs narrowed considerably as a result. That report identified 2, such bodies falling into the categories of executive NDPBs, advisory NDPBs and tribunals. Trends in the growth and numbers of NDPBs are therefore recorded separately from trends within the health service, although the total of ministerial appointments is aggregated. Public Bodies lists NDPBs by the department under which they sit and then the category into which they fit. NDPBs fall into four categories as follows. Executive NDPBs. Typically these are established in statute and carry out executive, administrative, regulatory and/or commercial functions. Executive NDPBs do work for the government in specific areas - for example, the Environment Agency. Advisory NDPBs provide independent, expert advice to ministers - for example, the Committee on.
Executive NDPBs employ around , people and in the financial year spent a combined total of £bn, of which £bn was funded directly by the UK Government. For most purposes and for the purposes of this book ‘other public bodies’ are treated as one category of public sector organisation. However, it is a large and diverse group. It includes the executive agencies, which themselves take a number of different forms, as well as non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs) and various other bodies such. Most executive NDPBs are set up in statute and employ their own staff, who generally are not civil servants. That report identified 2, such bodies falling into the categories of executive NDPBs, advisory NDPBs and tribunals. To these are also added the Boards of Visitors to penal institutions, bringing the total to 2, As will be seen above, most quangos are designated as NDPBs (“non-departmental public bodies”). Governments adopted the designation NDPB to replace the popular term, “quango”, on the advice of the Pliatski report in Government departments sponsor most NDPBs, but the Scottish Executive.