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Written Answers. - Exchequer Expenditure.

Tuesday, 3 December 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 558 No. 4

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 192. Mr. Mulcahy Information on Michael Mulcahy Zoom on Michael Mulcahy  asked the Minister for Finance Information on Charlie McCreevy Zoom on Charlie McCreevy  if he will give details of each and every State agency or body funded from the Exchequer; the number of staff employed in each; and the total Exchequer allocation for each for 2002. [24258/02]

Minister for Finance (Mr. McCreevy): Information on Charlie McCreevy Zoom on Charlie McCreevy The following table details the 2002 Estimate of Exchequer expenditure for non-commercial State agencies or bodies under my aegis and the number of staff employed in each during 2002.

The 2002 Revised Estimates for Public Services include details of Exchequer expenditure for non-commercial State agencies or bodies within individual Votes. In addition, agency statements included in the Revised Estimates Volume provide further details of expenditure for some of these bodies together with information on Exchequer and non-Exchequer sources of income. More details on the precise numbers of employees for those agencies are available from the Ministers concerned.

Exchequer Expenditure of Non-Commercial Semi-State Bodies and Agencies under the Aegis of the Department of Finance

Vote No. Vote Non Commercial Semi-State Body or Agency 2002 Estimate No of Staff Employed*
6 Office of the Minister for Finance Economic and Social Research Institute 2,817 27
    Institute of Public Administration 2,825 115
    Ordnance Survey Ireland 9,934 301
    Special EU Programmes Body** 14,510 31
    Total: 30,086 474

*The public sector numbers included relate to Exchequer funding for the above State Agencies-Bodies. There may be additional employees in the State Agencies-Bodies which are funded from other sources.

**This body was set up under the Good Friday Agreement. The public sector numbers are co-funded by the Irish and British Governments.

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