£80m from quangos.
*Becta (promotes the use of technology in schools) to be axed – initial saving £10m.
*The National College for Leadership of Schools and Children's Services (helps boost teachers' leadership skills) – cut by £16m.
*Children's Workforce Development Council – cut by £15m.
*Training and Development Agency for Schools (recruits high-fliers into teaching) – cut by £30m.
*Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency – cut by £8m.
*Schools Food Trust – cut by £1m.
* £60m – reducing bureaucracy surrounding the issuing of diplomas and qualifications to 14- to 19-year olds.
* £40m – cutting red tape on education programmes, including:
* £10m from every child schemes.
* £11m – backroom savings on IT and procurement;
* £110m – running costs of other programmes, including:
*One-to-one tuition running costs – cut by £47m.
*Young People's Learning Agency – cut by £20m.
* (Remaining £290m – to be set out in the coming year.)
BUSINESS, INNOVATION & SKILLS (£836m)
* £233m – cutting funding for UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation (researches disease prevention).
* £118m – reduced grant for the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
* £100m – department's running costs to be cut by 11 per cent.
* £82m – efficiencies in university budgets (10,000 extra places rather than 20,000 originally planned).
* £74m – cuts in regional development agencies, will fall heaviest in the south.
* £200m – "Train to gain" training programme to be cut – money will be "recycled".
* £18m – cuts from "lower priority projects".
* £11m – cuts from work on reforming vocational qualifications.
* £309m – cut in grants to local authorities.
* £108m – cut in grant to Transport for London.
* £112m – backroom savings, including recruitment freeze and marketing.
* £100m – cuts to Network Rail.
* £54m – cut from "lower priority schemes", including rolling stock and improvements on the A453, A23 and M6 Junctions 5-8.
No detailed breakdown yet of savings, but will include:
*Cuts to consultancy, travel, events and postage costs.
*Reductions on IT spending and departmental projects.
* "Tightening" recruitment to all but the most essential posts.
*Stopping capital projects and more efficient running of prisons.
ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE (£85m)
* £20.2m cuts to Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, the Carbon Trust and the Energy Savings Trust.
* £4.8m savings in departmental administrative costs.
* £26m "other efficiencies", including £6m in grants to regional development agencies.
* £34m from business support programmes, including moving forward closure of the low-carbon buildings programme.
FOREIGN OFFICE (£55m)
No detailed breakdown available, but will include:
*Selling "less used" buildings overseas.
*Sharing costs with other departments working abroad.
*Savings on consultancy and support functions.
HOME OFFICE (£367m)
* £135m cut in police funding – administration, procurement, IT.
* £30m cut to the National Policing Improvement Agency.
* £34m saved by raising fees for visas and increasing criminal asset recovery receipts.
* £10m saving from Serious Organised Crime Agency.
* £25m cut in consultancy spending.
Remaining £133m – miscellaneous savings, including back-office costs and recruitment.
* £82m cuts in waste and inefficiency in the department and its quangos.
* £186m less money for regional development agencies' lower priority programmes.
* £150m cuts in housing.
* £362m in lower grants to town halls.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (£405m)
* £230m cutting waste and inefficiency including:
* £160m from underspending on public finance initiative projects.
* £41m from money not spent.
* £29m savings from cutting quangos, including the Audit Commission, Valuation Office Agency, the Standards Board and the Valuation Tribunals Service.
* £175m in lower grants to town halls.
LAW OFFICERS' DEPARTMENT (£18m)
*More than £16m – Crown Prosecution Service.
* £1m – Serious Fraud Office.
* £0.4m – Treasury Solicitor.
ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS (£162m)
No detailed breakdown, but will include:
*Limiting recruitment and shedding temporary and contract staff;
*Savings in IT, estates, and procurement;
*Cuts to regional development agencies;
* "Efficiencies" in flood management.
*Cuts to schemes such as the rural development programme, IT spending on the whole farm approach (aims to cut red tape for farmers) and checks for transmissible spongiform encephalopathies diseases .
WORK AND PENSIONS (£535m)
* £200m through back-office efficiencies, including:
* £70m cuts in IT projects;
* £25m cuts from renegotiating medical/IT projects;
* £85m cuts in marketing, travel and research;
* £15m freezing almost all recruitment;
* £5m from selling buildings;
* £335m from "refocusing recession measures", including:
* £290m from future jobs fund, which finds work for 18-24 year olds;
* £30m from ending the £1,000 subsidy to employers who take on a long-term unemployed person;
* £15m from not renewing temporary contracts.
CABINET OFFICE (£79m)
No detailed breakdown, but will include:
* "Tight controls" on recruitment.
*Cutting spending on IT.
*Savings through procurement.
*Reducing "discretionary spending", such as lower priority schemes.
DEVOLVED ADMINISTRATIONS (£704m)
*Scotland – £375m.
*Wales – £187m.
*Northern Ireland – £142m.
CHANCELLOR'S DEPARTMENTS (£451m)
* £320m – saved from axeing child trust funds.
* £125m – cuts in HM Revenue and Customs budget: renegotiating contracts, advertising spending, travel costs etc.
* £6m – cut in Treasury spending.
CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT (£88m)
* £27m from the Olympics budget.
* £5m from Arts Council England.
*3 per cent cut to all bodies funded by DCMS.
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