• Disabled children expenditure plans

    I am writing to request information under the FOIA about the council’s plans for expenditure on social care services for disabled children and their families from 2019-2020. Could you please let me know for each of (1) overall social care … Continue reading

  • School budgets and financial outturns

    1. For each financial year from 2013/14 to 2017/18, please provide a spreadsheet – my strong preference is for an Excel file or CSV – showing the following: a) a list of all council-run schools (i.e. not academies, free schools, … Continue reading

  • Remembrance Day expenditure

    Could you please provide me with a breakdown of your county council’s total expenditure on commemorating Remembrance Day in 2018 and the centenary anniversary of the First World War? This includes expenditure on posters, symbols, transport costs and commemoration services. … Continue reading

  • Pension funds

    On behalf of PitchBook Data, Inc., under Freedom of Information Act 2000, I request a copy of the quarterly public records from  2018 Q1 and Q3 for the following information, preferably in Excel or PDF format. 1. Names and vintage … Continue reading

  • Finance and IT

      1. Who provides the organisations BACS payments and Direct Debit collection software? Finastra – D & H Corporation. 2. Please provide a list of your suppliers of the above software. Finastra – D & H Corporation. 3. How you … Continue reading

  • Agency Social Workers

    How much money did you spend on agency social workers in the following financial years?  Please note that the figures provided below are for adult and children’s social workers. 2017/18 – £3,514,117 2016/17 – £3,723,090 2015/16 – £5,266,439 How many … Continue reading

  • Invoice data

    I am writing to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the following information from your Accounts Payable department: Invoice payment data for all supplier invoices paid from April 1 2015 ‘ September 30 2018 to include … Continue reading