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This document provides an overview of the business case approvals process.
This page provides the NI net fiscal balance reports for 2006-07 to 2011-12.
HMRC, the Scottish government, and the Northern Ireland Department of Finance & Personnel recognise that it is helpful to users of their publications to have consistent sets of official statistics wherever possible.
This document contains a list of the organisations that may potentially use the 'Pan Government Collaborative Framework Agreement for Geotechnical Site Investigation Works' (2014).
This page provides a checklist outlining the differences between economic appraisal and commercial appraisal.
Documentation relating to the review of legal posts in the NICS and CSO.
Statement to the Assembly by the Finance Minister, Simon Hamilton, MLA.
Budget 2015-16 is the process by which expenditure plans for NI departments are set for the financial year 2015-16.
Updated Guidance: Following Government measures announced on 23 March to limit the spread of COVID-19, our offices are closed and postal applications will not be seen until they reopen. This closure will be kept under regular review in line with furth
DoF has 20 targets within the business plan 2016-17. The purpose of this document is to set out progress against the targets as at 30 September 2016. Details of 2015-16 DFP targets are also included.
In accordance with the Public Service Pensions Act (Northern Ireland) 2014, the reformed public service pension schemes are required to provide benefit information statements to each person in pensionable service.
The Lifetime Allowance is the maximum amount of pension savings that you can make tax-free over your lifetime. This is currently £1.25 million. The Government has announced that the Lifetime Allowance will reduce to £1 million from 6 April 2016.
Questions and answers relating to freedom and choice in pension saving.
This document is a list of organisations that may potentially use the Integrated Consultant Team framework agreement.
The Anti-Fraud policy provides full details of Departmental, line manager and individual staff responsibilities in the prevention of fraud.
This document defines the Department of Finance and Personnel's Risk Management framework, and describes the process for identifying and managing risk within the Department.
DoF have Raising Concerns (Whistleblowing) arrangements in place to reassure staff that it is safe and acceptable to speak up. DoF is committed to making these arrangements work.
This document lists the public bodies to which the Northern Ireland public procurement policy applies.
The Data Protection Act 1998 requires organisations which process personal data to meet certain legal obligations.
Construction & Procurement Delivery (CPD) has provided five sustainability case studies of projects where sustainability objectives were successfully incorporated into contracts.