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DfE and executive agency spend by GPC over £500: 2014 to 2015

Department for Education and executive agency spend by government procurement card (GPC) over £500 in the 2014 to 2015 financial year.

Documents

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 by GPC: March 2015

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: February 2015

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: January 2015

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: December 2014

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: November 2014

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: October 2014

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: September 2014

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: August 2014

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: July 2014

Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: June 2014

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: May 2014

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Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: April 2014

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Details

Details of all GPC expenditure over £500 from April 2014 to March 2015 by:

  • Department for Education (DfE)
  • Education Funding Agency (EFA)
  • National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL)
  • Standards and Testing Agency (STA)
Published 30 May 2014
Last updated 19 June 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added data for March 2015.
  2. Added Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC information for February 2015.
  3. Added data for January 2015.
  4. Added data for December 2014.
  5. Added November 2014 data.
  6. Added 'Department for Education and executive agency spend over £500 via GPC: September 2014’ document.
  7. Added 'Technical note to accompany GPC spend: September 2014’ as .pdf and .txt files.
  8. Added August data
  9. Updated downloads for April to July.
  10. Added document for July 2014.
  11. Updated April 2014 document.
  12. Added DfE and executive agency spend via GPC for June 2014.
  13. Details of DfE and executive agency spending over £500 via GPC for May 2014 added.
  14. First published.