CPS Crown Advocate Samantha Shallow has described the case of Mick and Mairead Philpott as "a plan that went disastrously and tragically wrong".
Mick and Mairead Philpott have been found guilty of the manslaughter of their six children in a fire at their house in Derby in May last year. Family friend Paul Mosley was also found guilty of their deaths.
In a statement, Ms Shallow said:
The CPS say Lisa Burrows has been charged by West Midlands Police. The other individual has not yet been charged.
Lisa Burrows will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court tomorrow.
A Crown Prosecution Service finance manager and another member of staff are to be charged with conspiracy to commit fraud over false taxi claims totalling at least £1 million.
Lisa Burrows and the other member of staff, who has not been named, work for CPS West Midlands.
West Midlands Police are being investigated after an officer put a photo on social media of a witness statement issued in the character of a police dog.
The statement read: 'I chase him, I bite him, Bad man, He tasty, Good boy, Good boy Peach.'
The CPS had asked for a witness statement from "PC Peach", without realising it was the name of a police dog.
PC Mark Tissington put the photo on social media before it was later deleted.
Five West Midlands men jailed for life for the murder of a drug dealer in an "execution-style" killing have had their convictions quashed by the Court of Appeal.
Levi Walker, Adam Joof, Antonio Christie, Michael Osbourne and Owen Crooks were found guilty of the crime at Leicester Crown Court in 2008.
They were convicted of the murder Kevin Nunes, 20, an amateur footballer, who was found dead in Staffordshire in 2002.
He had five gunshot wounds.
Three judges in London heard that the Crown Prosecution Service no longer sought to uphold their convictions and did not apply for a retrial.