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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...

Spend over £25,000 in the Crown Prosecution Service

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £25,000 made by the Crown Prosecution Service, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Transactions over £25,000 - Ofsted spend data

A monthly updated list of Ofsted's financial transactions over £25,000, as part of the government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Spend over £25,000 in the Serious Fraud Office

Monthly transactions in the Serious Fraud Office over £25,000 as part of the government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Forestry Commission GPC spend over £500

A monthly list of all GPC transactions over £500 made by the Forestry Commission as part of the Governments committment to Transparency in Expenditure.

Exceptions to Cross-Government moratoria on spend in HMRC

This dataset is a list of those items of spend that have been allowed in HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) since the announcement (24 May 2010) of five cross-government moratoria: ICT spend above...

Spend over £25,000 in Office of Rail and Road

Details of payments in excess of £25,000 which have been made by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) to its suppliers each month, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Spend over £25,000 in HM Revenue & Customs

The spreadsheets below set out monthly details of HMRC’s and Revenue and Customs Digital Technology Services Limited (RCDTS) spending with suppliers covering transactions over £25,000. RCDTS was...

Public Spending Statistics

Public Spending Statistics present analyses of public spending against budgeting and expenditure on services frameworks. These analyses cover public spending by department, function and economic...

Spend analytics data

Analysis of departmental procurement spend extracted from departmental accounts payable data

Spend transactions by DFID

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over a threshold made by the Department for International Development, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in...

Large Case List

Cases within HMRC Local Compliance that have yielded in excess of £1m (Indirect Tax) or £5m (Direct Tax). Updated: monthly.

Large Case List

Cases within HMRC Local Compliance that have yielded in excess of £1m (Indirect Tax) or £5m (Direct Tax). Updated: monthly.

Food Standards Agency spending controls - approved exemptions

As part of the government's commitment to greater transparency, the FSA publishes quarterly data summaries of expenditure approvals for ICT, advertising and marketing, recruitment, property and...

Administrative spend over £500 in UK Trade and Investment

A monthly-updated list of administrative financial transactions spending over £500 made by UK Trade and Investment, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure. From...

GPC spend over £500 in Food Standards Agency

A monthly-updated list of all GPC transactions spending over £500 made by Food Standards Agency, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

Exceptions to spending moratoria applied for by the Crown Prosecution Service

Exceptions to spending moratoria applied for by the Crown Prosecution Service

Exceptions to spending moratoria applied for by the Serious Fraud Office

Five key areas of spend have been affected with freezes on: -All new ICT spend above £5 million or over £1 million for systems that support administration including finance, HR or procurement...

Suffolk Costal District Council/Payments made for excess charge notices

Payments made for excess charge notices

Mid Suffolk District Council/Payments made for excess charge notices

Payments made for excess charge notices