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Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills


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Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills

Department for Innovation, Universities, and Skills

EVANS, (William) David (born 1949), Director, Innovation and International, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (formerly Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills), 2008–09

HARRIS, Winifred Anne Charlotte (born 1947), Director, Joint International Unit, Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (formerly Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills), and Department for Children, Schools and Families (formerly Department for Education and Skills), 2006–09

HIPKINS, Michael Francis (born 1951), Director, Financial Support for Learners, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (formerly Director, Student Finance, Department for Education and Skills, then Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills), 2004–11

BEDDINGTON, John (Rex) (born 1945), Chief Scientific Adviser to the Government and Head of the Government Office for Science, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (formerly Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills), 2008–13

THOMPSON, Ruth (born 1953), Chief Executive, Partnerships for Schools, 2011–12; Director General, Higher Education, Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (formerly Department for Education and Skills), 2007–09 (Acting Director General, 2006–07)

JOHNSON, Joseph Edmund (born 1971), MP (C) Orpington, since 2010; Minister of State (Minister for Universities and Science), Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, since 2015

 

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The UK government department formed in 2007 from parts of the former Department of Education and Skills and Department of Trade and Industry. It is responsible for science and research, further and higher education, and all forms of adult learning (including vocational training).

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Subjects: Business and Management — Education.


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