Transparency data

Probation trusts spend over £25,000: 2012

Guidance on probation trusts' spending over £25,000 data 2012.

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December 2012 spend data

November 2012 spend data

October 2012 spend data

September 2012 spend data

August 2012 spend data

July 2012 spend data

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June 2012 spend data

May 2012 spend data

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April 2012 spend data

March 2012 spend data

February 2012 spend data

January 2012 spend data

Details

Guidance on probation trusts’ spending over £25,000 data 2012.

HM Treasury (HMT) require that all central government departments publish monthly data of their spend transactions over £25k by the end of the following month.

HMT have set out a format to ensure the data is consistent across Government, this format is set out in the field definition guidance.

As required by HMT, the data relates to accounts payable payment and credit note transactions for grants and procurement spend, recorded at the time the transaction was processed on probation trusts accounting systems. The data excludes any subsequent journal transactions (e.g. to make corrections) and accounts receivable receipts.

We do not publish everything and HMT lists transactions not to be included in their Guidance on Data Inclusions and Redactions.

We are publishing the data in CSV format in monthly files for the various areas of the Ministry of Justice as explained in the notes on data.

Published 21 October 2013
Last updated 27 March 2014 + show all updates
  1. Further months' data added.
  2. First published.