The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) published a revised Transparency Code in October 2014, and as part of that, local authorities are required to publish open data.

Local authorities must publish details of every transaction on a Government Procurement Card. For each transaction, the following details must be published:

  • date of the transaction
  • local authority department which incurred the expenditure
  • beneficiary
  • amount
  • Value Added Tax that cannot be recovered
  • summary of the purpose of the expenditure, and
  • merchant category (eg. computers, software etc).
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