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HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending

This series brings together all documents relating to HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending

A list of items of spend that have been allowed in HM Treasury Group since the announcement (24 May 2010) of 5 cross-government moratoria:

  • ICT spend above £1 million
  • advertising and marketing
  • consultancy
  • property leases and lease extensions
  • civil service recruitment

April 2017 to March 2018

April 2016 to March 2017

April 2015 to March 2016

April 2014 to March 2015

April 2013 to March 2014

April 2012 to March 2013

  1. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2011-2012 (Expenditure approvals)

    • Transparency data
  2. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2012-2013 (Expenditure approvals)

    • Transparency data
  3. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2012-2013 (Expenditure approvals)

    • Transparency data
  4. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2012-2013 (Spending on recruitment)

    • Transparency data
  5. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2012-2013 (Spending on consultancy)

    • Transparency data
  6. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2012-2013 (Expenditure approvals)

    • Transparency data
  7. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2012-2013 (Spending on recruitment)

    • Transparency data
  8. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2012-2013 (Spending on consultancy)

    • Transparency data
  9. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2012-2013 (Expenditure approvals)

    • Transparency data
  10. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2012-2013 (Spending on recruitment)

    • Transparency data
  11. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2012-2013 (Spending on consultancy)

    • Transparency data

April 2011 to March 2012

April 2010 to March 2011

  1. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2010 to Quarter 3 2011

    • Transparency data
  2. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (Property)

    • Transparency data
  3. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (Recruitment)

    • Transparency data
  4. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (ICT)

    • Transparency data
  5. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (advertising and marketing)

    • Transparency data
  6. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (Consultancy)

    • Transparency data
  7. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010

    • Transparency data
  8. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010

    • Transparency data
  9. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2010 - Quarter 3 2010

    • Transparency data
Published 6 September 2013
Last updated 14 December 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated with HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Q1 April 2017 - June 2017 (Expenditure approvals), Q4 January 2017 - March 2017 (Expenditure approvals) and updates to Q2 July 2016 – September 2016 (Expenditure approvals)
  2. Updated with Q3 October 2016 - December 2016.
  3. Updated with HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Q2 July 2016 – September 2016 (Expenditure approvals)
  4. Updated with: HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Q1 April 2016 – June 2016 (Expenditure approvals)
  5. Updated with: HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Q3 October 2015 - December 2015 (Expenditure approvals)
  6. Updated with: HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2015-2016
  7. Quarter 2 data added for 2015-16.
  8. Updated to include Quarter 4
  9. Q3 2014-15 added
  10. added Quarter 2 data
  11. Update includes Quarter 1 2014-2015 data
  12. added exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)
  13. Added HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)
  14. added HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)
  15. First published.