Financial audit reports
Details of how the CCG manages its resources will be published in our Annual Reports, which will include the annual Accounts and Summary Financial Statements.
Budgets and variance reports
Regular budget information can be found in the Governing Body Meetings papers.
Financial expenditure over £25,000
A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £25,000 made by the CCG. (see here)
Additionally you can search for expenditure for any public body on the DataGov website.
Standing financial instructions
The CCGs Standing Financial Instructions are set out in the Governing Body Meetings papers.
Staff and Board members’ allowances and expenses
Details of the CCG Board members’ allowances and expenses for the last financial year will be published in future Annual Reports.
Staff allowance and expense guidelines can be found in the Travel Expense Policy.
Staff pay and grading structures
Staff pay and grading structures within the CCG reflect national NHS Agenda for Change guidance.
Procurement and tendering procedures
Procurement procedures follow guidance set out in the Directive 2004/18/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
Details of contracts currently being tendered
Details of some current tenders can be found at the following websites:
List and value of contracts awarded and their value
- Contracts Finder – Gov.uk: this provides some contract information for the public sector, however the all requirements for the Commissioning Support Unit and Clinical Commissioning Groups will be advertised via Supply2Health or the OJEU.
All sites identified above require interested parties to register and create an account prior to searching for information.
The CCG will make available some background information relating to the tenders sought and awarded on request; items not included will be those where issues of commercially or confidentiality are involved.
Mental Health Investment Standard
As a CCG we must meet the Mental Health Investment Standard, by which our investment in mental health rises at a faster rate than our overall published programme funding.