Finance and procurement
NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group keeps people updated on our financial position through reports to our monthly governing body meetings, which are held in public. Other key information about our finances can be found here.
Publication of spend over £25,000
As part of the government’s commitment to greater transparency of how public funds are used, there is a requirement for all NHS organisations to publish details online of any expenditure over £25,000. This includes all individual invoices, grant payments, expense payments or other such transactions with a value over £25,000.
We are pleased to publish all such transactions, which are listed below.
To view details of payments over £25k from before the current financial year please see the sections at the bottom of this page.
Procurement Policy Notice
As a contracting authority NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group is required to report on invoices paid within 30 days as per the Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 03/16. You can find details here
The Better Payment Practice Data for NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG is available below:
Appointment of External Auditor
In accordance with the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014, NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group’s Governing Body appointed Grant Thornton LLP as the CCG’s external auditor with effect from 1 April 2017 following a recommendation by the CCG’s Auditor Panel. The appointment is for a period of three years, with the option to extend the contract at the end of the period for a further two years.
The CCG’s Auditor Panel conducted a procurement exercise during 2016, in line with national guidance, and the award of contract was based on a process which included an evaluation of price and quality criteria.
CCG Reporting Requirements for Investment in Primary Medical Care – 2019/20 onwards.
CCGs are required to publish on their websites and to report to their Local Medical Committee (LMC) how they have used their primary medical care allocations. The objective is that this will lead to positive discussions between LMCs and CCGs locally about investment in GP services, and to support CCGs in demonstrating to practices that funding previously invested locally, which has been superseded by new national contract provisions (including through the Network Contract DES), has been reinvested into primary medical care.