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DCMS Prompt Payment Monthly Statistics – November 2010

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Prompt Payment Monthly Statistics
Month Number of Value of Number of Volume of Value of Number of Volume of Value of Number of Volume of Value of
Invoices Invoices Invoices invoices Invoices Invoices invoices Invoices Invoices invoices Invoices
paid in paid in paid within paid within paid within paid within paid within paid within paid within paid within paid within
month month 5 working 5 working 5 working 10 working 10 working 10 working 30 working 30 working 30 working
days days days days days days days days days
(£) (%) (£) (%) (£) (%) (£)
Apr-10 665 4287730 450 67.67 2174267 652 98.05 3950347 660 99.25 4264465
May-10 418 6163233 323 77.27 5239489 407 97.37 6066153 414 99.04 6127532
Jun-10 454 5639458 297 65.42 4917945 435 95.81 4917945 450 99.12 5634823
Jul-10 433 2342148 273 63.05 1095135 415 95.84 1924262 433 100 2342148
Aug-10 366 3669035.37 273 74.59 1732174.77 348 95.08 3619866.22 364 99.45 3657245.7
Sep-10 318 3217981 252 79.25 2785755 310 95.54 3174582 317 99.69 3216732
Oct-10 324 1412954 239 73.77 860890 302 96.6 1406161 324 100 1412954
Nov-10 382 4452432 274 71.73 1956502 371 97.12 3861665 382 100 4452432
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Following the March 2010 Budget the then Government announced a new target for central Government Departments to pay 80% of valid
invoices within 5 working days. This built upon the previous target of 10 wprking days which was introduced in October 2008. The five day
payment commitment came into force in May 2010. These targets are in addition to an existing statutory requirement to make payment to
make payment within 30 days and which continues to be the contractual term set in most DCMS procurements. Changes are being
introduced from August to reverse the slight dip in 5 and 10 day performance that resulted from IT and internal communication issues.