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Credit card charge backs

Credit card charge backs including bank reference, candidate name and address, date of test, booking reference number, credit card number used and name and address of card holder.

SFO government procurement card expenditure

This government procurement card expenditure information is being published as part of the government's commitment to transparency. These figures are not official statistics. They are internal...

ID Card Database

A database of personal information of RN personnel engaged with maritime youth organisations (Sea cadets, Sea Scouts etc).

NICE Corporate credit card expenditure over £500

Corporate credit card expenditure - general business expenditure of £500 or more charged to NICE corporate credit cards.

Pension landscape and charging survey

Quantitative and qualitative research with employers and pension providers carried out in 2009 and 2011. Non-anonymised version of 2011 dataset held by DWP for analysis by pension analysts. The...

Electric Vehicle Charging Points

Electric Vehicle Charging Points This data is commercial data

Allerdale Miscellaneous Charge Land Charge

Miscellaneous Charge recorded as Land Charge and expressed as a polygon extent. Miscellaneous charges include INDs

UK Defence Statistics Pocket Cards

A summary of the annual statistics compendium of the Ministry of Defence Source agency: Defence Designation: National Statistics Language: English Alternative title: UKDS Pocket Cards

DWP Government Procurement Card Payments

DWP payments over £500 using the Government Procurement Card in the month.

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...

UKTI Government Procurement Card spend - transactions over £500

UKTI has published all Government Procurement Card (GPC) spend for Departmental GPC's. The data published includes transactions that have a single transaction value of £500 or above. This data will...

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...

Green Deal Central Charge Database

Financial data required for Green deal plan transactions

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).

Crown Prosecution Service Information on GPC card expenditure over £500

This data shows all Government Procurement Card spend over £500 at the CPS.

Government Procurement Card Transactions over £500 in Treasury Solicitors Department

A monthly-updated list of Government Procurement Card Transactions over £500 made by Treasury Solicitors Department, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

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).

Spend over £500 with Government Procurement Cards (GPC) and Electronic Purchasing Card Solution (ePCS) in the Department for Education

A monthly-updated list of Government Procurement Card (GPC) and electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS) spend over £500 made by the Department for Education, as part of the Government's...

Government Procurement Card spend over £500

A list of all Government Procurement Card financial transactions spending over £500 made by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in...

DECC Government Procurement Card spend data

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £500 made on the Government Procurement Card by the Department of Energy and Climate Change, as part of the government’s...