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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

Contents

  1. Documents

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

Documents

  1. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)

    • 28 February 2014
    • Transparency data
  2. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)

    • 29 November 2013
    • Transparency data
  3. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)

    • 6 September 2013
    • Transparency data
  4. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2013-2014 (Expenditure approvals)

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

    • 31 May 2013
    • Transparency data
  6. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (Property)

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  8. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (Recruitment)

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  10. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2011-2012 (Expenditure approvals)

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  12. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2011-2012 (Spending on recruitment)

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

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  15. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 4 2011-2012 (Spending on consultancy)

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  17. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2011 to Quarter 4 2011

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  18. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 3 2010 to Quarter 3 2011

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  20. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 1 2010 - Quarter 3 2010

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  21. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  23. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  24. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (ICT)

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  25. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (advertising and marketing)

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

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data
  27. HMT exceptions to cross-government moratoria on spending: Quarter 2 2010 (Consultancy)

    • 1 March 2013
    • Transparency data

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