§ Mr. Bercow
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what the target has been in each of the last five years for efficiency savings as a
Review Scheduled Personnel Management and Assessment Units 2002 Resource Management Group, FCO Services 2002 Personnel Services (excluding Superannuation) Personnel Command 2002 Personnel Policy, Personnel Command 2002 Prosper (Retirement Service) 2002 Crystal Print Services, FCO Services 2002 Conference & Visits Group, FCO Services 2002–03 Library & Information Services, FCO Services 2002 Logistical Services/Airfreight Contract 2003 Protocol (including Honours & Royal Matters) 2003 Information Services (Overseas & Home) 2003–04 Procurement (Purchasing, Global Procurement—including the Logistics contract, Workshops) FCO Services, Purchasing Directorate and small purchasing units 2003 Medical & Welfare, Personnel Command 2004 Information Technology (IT Strategy Unit/Information Systems Services/ IT Projects/IT Support/ Comcen/IT Training/ Engineering Services 2004–05
percentage of total running costs for each of the non-departmental public bodies for which he is responsible; and if the target was met. 
§ Mr. MacShane
HM Treasury requires executive non-departmental public bodies to include this information in their annual reports. The annual reports for the British Association for Central and Eastern Europe, the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission, the British Council, the Great Britain-Russia Centre and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy are available in the House Library. The annual report for the Great Britain-China Centre will be placed in the Library shortly.