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Electronic purchasing card solution use - HM Revenue & Customs

HMRC publishes details of all spending over £500 using an electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS) on a monthly basis. The ePCS has replaced the government procurement card (GPC). Note: In...

Organogram of Staff Roles & Salaries

Organogram (organisation chart) showing all staff roles. Names and salaries are also listed for the Senior Civil Servants. Organogram data is released by all central government departments and...

Organogram of Staff Roles & Salaries

Organogram (organisation chart) showing all staff roles. Names and salaries are also listed for the Senior Civil Servants. Organogram data is released by all central government departments and...

All GPC Transparency Reports

The Food Standards Agency publishes all Government procurement card (GPC) transactions. This supports the Government's drive for transparency and the Agency's own core value of openness and...

Government Procurement Card spend over £500 for The Charity Commission

Government Procurement Card spend over £500 for The Charity Commission for England and Wales. The documents detail all expenditure with suppliers via a Government Procurement Card covering...

Spend over £25,000 for Charity Commission

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £25,000 made by The Charity Commission for England and Wales, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Exceptions to Cross-Government moratoria on spend in Crown Prosecution Service

This dataset is a list of those items of spend that have been allowed in Crown Prosecution Service since the announcement (24 May 2010) of five cross-government moratoria: ICT spend above £1m;...

Exceptions to spending moratoria applied for by the Crown Prosecution Service

Exceptions to spending moratoria applied for by the Crown Prosecution Service

Workforce management information (National Crime Agency)

Data showing the number of staff employed at different grades in the National Crime Agency.

Government Procurement Card (GPC) figures from the Office of Rail and road

Details of transactions in excess of £500 purchased using a Government Procurement Card (GPC).

Government Procurement Card (GPC) figures from the Office of Rail Regulation

Details of transactions in excess of £500 purchased using a Government Procurement Card (GPC).

Transaction level alcohol movements (Early Warning System (EWS) - over the border movement prenotifications)

Transaction level alcohol movements.

Organogram of Staff Roles & Salaries

Organogram (organisation chart) showing all staff roles. Names and salaries are also listed for the Senior Civil Servants. Organogram data is released by all central government departments and...

Child and Working Tax Credits - Finalised Awards

Annual average Child and Working tax credits statistics of finalised awards for each year. Geographical analysis down to local authority level. Supplement on over and under payments. Supplement...

General Ledger

Central accounting record of Land Registry summarising changes in financial position as transactions are posted during an accounting period. The General ledger provides balanced ledger accounting...

Section 18 Third Party Information (TPI) Mart

UK financial institution interest obtained under our statutory powers Section 18

Losses Register

List of all cash losses made for each financial year.

Exceptions to Cross-Government moratoria on spend in Treasury Solicitor’s Department

This dataset is a list of those items of spend that have been allowed in Treasury Solicitor’s Department since the announcement (24 May 2010) of five cross-government moratoria: ICT spend above...

Spend over £25,000 in Treasury Solicitors Department

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £25,000 made by the Treasury Solicitor’s Department, Attorney General’s Office and HM Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate, as...

Meetings With External Organisations

Details of meetings with external organisations (inclusing meetings with newspaper and other media proprietors, editors and senior executives)