Public Spending Code

Completed on a Annual Basis

The Public Spending Code is a set of rules and procedures that seek to ensure that standards are maintained in the correct treatment of public funds and to ensure that best value for money is obtained at all times where public money is being spent or invested. 

The Quality Assurance aspect of the Public Spending code involves a 5-step process and is required to be completed by all Local Authorities on a yearly basis. The output of this quality assurance aspect is the summary report linked below.

Further information on the Public Spending Code.

Quality Assurance Reports