Guidance

National Fraud Initiative: private sector data specifications

Information for private sector bodies about the fields that need to be submitted for each data type.

Documents

Payroll: private sector data specification 2022 to 2023

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Trade creditors standing data: private sector data specification 2022 to 2023

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Trade creditors payments history: private sector data specification 2022 to 2023

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Details

Data can only be uploaded through the secure NFI web application. Read Uploading data to National Fraud Initiative for instructions on how to do this and how to format the data correctly.

These data specifications only apply to private sector bodies. View public sector data specifications.

Please note:

  • to undertake creditors screening, you’ll need to submit a creditors standing data file and a creditors history data file
  • the pensions data requirement includes occupational pensions, pension gratuities and deferred pensions
Published 20 March 2015
Last updated 8 April 2022 + show all updates
  1. Added data specifications for 2022 to 2023.

  2. Document updated: "Pensions: private sector data specification 2020-2021".

  3. Draft documents replaced with final documents.

  4. Updated data specification documents.

  5. First published.