Collection

DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS

This collection brings together all reports on DVLA spending over £500 with an electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS) since August 2015.

DVLA publishes details of all monthly spending over £500 using an electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS). The ePCS has replaced the government procurement card (GPC).

2018

DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS for 2018.

  1. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from January 2018
  2. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from February 2018
  3. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from March 2018
  4. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from April 2018
  5. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from May 2018
  6. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from June 2018
  7. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from July 2018
  8. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from August 2018
  9. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from September 2018
  10. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from October 2018

2017

DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS in 2017.

  1. DVLA: spending over £500 on an ePCS from January 2017
  2. DVLA: spending over £500 on an ePCS from February 2017
  3. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from March 2017
  4. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from April 2017
  5. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from May 2017
  6. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from June 2017
  7. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from July 2017
  8. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from August 2017
  9. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from September 2017
  10. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from October 2017
  11. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from November 2017
  12. DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from December 2017

2015 to 2016

DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS from August 2015 to the end of 2016.

Published 10 July 2017
Last updated 12 November 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added October 2018 information.
  2. We've added DVLA spending over £500 on an ePCS for September 2018
  3. Added August 2018 to collection.
  4. Updated for July 2018.
  5. Added June 2018.
  6. May 2018 report added.
  7. We've added details of DVLA's spending from April 2018
  8. Added March 2018.
  9. February added to collection
  10. Spend for January 2018 added.
  11. December 2017 added.
  12. November 2017 added
  13. October 2017 added
  14. August 2017 report added
  15. July 2017 added
  16. First published.