Thursday 4 December 2014

Thursday, December 04, 2014 Posted by Jake 2 comments Labels: , , , , ,
Posted by Jake on Thursday, December 04, 2014 with 2 comments | Labels: , , , , ,

Some interesting graphs we stumbled across during our general research show how Administrators have been the big winners from reforms in both the Higher Education and the Family Health sectors.

It would be interesting to know if this is the case in other areas of the Public Sector. If you come across any more, please email them to us to

1) National Audit Office report, "Further education and skills sector: implementing the Simplification Plan", shows: 
Between 2010/11 and 2012/13 the total number of "Administration and central services" staff rose by 5%. Teaching and teaching support staff together fell by 8%.

2) Health & Social Care Information Centre report shows:
Between 2009 and 2013 the number of GPs remained about constant. However, "Admin & Clerical" rose by about 20%.


  1. There was recently, in politics, faddy talk of "Outcomes" and "What Works". Clearly we may reasonably judge our governance in those terms. The book: 'THE BLUNDERS OF OUR GOVERNMENTS' proves beyond doubt Westminster isn't working. All else follows.

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