Information on Northern Ireland’s (NI) public finances, including the NI budget and guidance on accountability and financial management
The Northern Ireland Estimates, often referred to as the Main Estimates, set out the detailed spending plans of Northern Ireland departments for the financial year.
Public expenditure is the general term for expenditure incurred by the public sector in the course of its activities.
The in-year monitoring process provides a formal system for reviewing spending plans and priorities for the Northern Ireland departments in the current financial year in light of the most up-to-date position.
This section includes departmental finance and performance information.
HM Treasury annually publish Block Grant Transparency documents. This shows a breakdown of changes in the devolved administrations’ block grant funding.
A City or Growth Deal is a package of capital funding and decision-making powers negotiated between central Government and local councils.
The Department of Finance is responsible for the strategic direction, policy, governance and funding of the City and Growth Deals initiative.
The Public Service Pensions Policy and Legislation Branch provides guidance on public service pensions policy and legislation for the Northern Ireland public service pension schemes and their sponsor departments.