Government Procurement Card Transactions

Local authorities must publish details of every transaction on a Government Procurement Card.

The Government Procurement Card is used by Government (including Local Authorities) as a payment card, not a credit card.  It is a secure and controlled method of purchasing and paying for low value goods or services, where it is used alongside other purchasing tools and processes.

Below is a list of transactions on the Government Procurement Card broken down by quarter.

Transactions include VAT at the current rate, where applicable. All VAT charged is reclaimed unless otherwise stated.

Every quarter the council publishes a document detailing transactions on the Government Procurement Card.
Every quarter the council publishes a document detailing transactions on the Government Procurement Card.
Every quarter the council publishes a document detailing transactions on the Government Procurement Card.
Every quarter the council publishes a document detailing transactions on the Government Procurement Card.