Treasury, and Civil Service Department: Management (Personnel) Division: Personnel Management (MP and PM Series) Files

Search within

Search or browse this series to find specific records of interest.

Date range (yyyy):

Details of BA 19
Reference: BA 19
Title: Treasury, and Civil Service Department: Management (Personnel) Division: Personnel Management (MP and PM Series) Files
Description:

These records of the Treasury and Civil Service Department's Management (Personnel) Division deal with all aspects of management of the Civil Service.

Both file series references appear to have been used simultaneously - the significance of any intended distinction has subsequently been lost.

Date: 1960-1986
Related material:

See also CAB 318

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: MP and PM file series
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Creator:

Civil Service Department, Management (Personnel) Divisions, 1969-1981

Physical description: 800 file(s)
Access conditions: Open unless otherwise stated
Immediate source of acquisition:

Cabinet Office , from 2000

Custodial history: Transferred from the Treasury to the Civil Service Department in 1968, then to the Management and Personnel Office in 1981 and then to the Cabinet Office in 1982.
Accumulation dates: 1967 to 1981
Selection and destruction information: The MP/PM series included files on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of government departments which were identified for permanent preservation at second review in accordance with the published PRO acquisition policy (paragraph 2.2.1.1).
Accruals: Series is accruing
Administrative / biographical background:

The Management (Personnel) Group transferred to the Civil Service Department on its creation in 1968, with responsibility for duties relating to personnel and all other aspects of assisting central and departmental management to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the Civil Service in the planning of programmes and the use of resources, including Civil Service manpower strategy and control. O and M surveys, statistics, training, provision of medical advisory services and welfare.

Sharing will require cookies. Show details

Add a tag

 

Found an error?

If you find an error with this record description let us know

Fields marked with * are mandatory.

Your details

If you provide contact details, we will be in touch about your request within 10 working days.