Transparency data

DfE and executive agency ePCS spend over £500: 2017 to 2018

Spending by electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS) over £500 in the 2017 to 2018 financial year.

Documents

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: March 2018

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: February 2018

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: January 2018

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: December 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: November 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: October 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: September 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: August 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: July 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: June 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: May 2017

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by ePCS: April 2017

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Details

Details of all ePCS expenditure over £500 by:

  • Department for Education (DfE)
  • Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
  • National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL)
  • Standards and Testing Agency (STA)
Published 20 June 2017
Last updated 22 August 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added March 2018 data.
  2. February 2018 data added.
  3. January 2018 data added.
  4. November and December 2017 data added.
  5. October 2017 data added.
  6. Added data for September 2017.
  7. Added data for August 2017.
  8. Added data for July 2017.
  9. Added data for June 2017.
  10. Added ePCS spend for May 2017.
  11. First published.