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there is obviously a lot of data but we must be able to find something better than the 1.8 billion on consultants....

...believe me ...for the period quoted this is serious ...these guys are charged at a minimum £1,000 per day for the most junior ....for Gordos champagne socialists ...this was nothing ...after all the taxpayers were paying..... :rolleyes:

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The data is now out of the bag... all we have to do is make sense of it...

http://www.publicspendingdata.co.uk

Has anyone found anything jucy in the COINS data yet ?

there is obviously a lot of data but we must be able to find something better than the 1.8 billion on consultants....

got to be the world's shittiest website though, I mean it isn't 1994, most people have figured out how to make a page look half decent by now ....

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got to be the world's shittiest website though, I mean it isn't 1994, most people have figured out how to make a page look half decent by now ....

Fair enough dude web design is not exactly my forte...

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got to be the world's shittiest website though, I mean it isn't 1994, most people have figured out how to make a page look half decent by now ....

I think it's quite cool.. makes me feel like a hacker in a late 80s action thriller :D

Blue on black's not the easiest on the eyes though

Edit to add: if you drill down too far you get some (of what looks like) HTML code.. is that right?

Edited by libspero

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Some of the figures are mind blowing.

Department of Energy

Purchase of Goods & Services (excluding Consultancy Services): £164,781,496,000

Purchase of Consultancy Services: £1,778,761,000

Other expenses: £12,755,848,000 (only £12bn.. no point itemising that!)

Most of the headings are pretty vague to be honest.. You're not going to get anything very 'juicy' I don't think :(

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The core treasury salaries double between Apr 09 and Mar 10. £35m a year to £70m a year. All hands to the pump? DMO salaries went down in the same period!

Some of the figures are mind blowing.

Department of Energy

Purchase of Goods & Services (excluding Consultancy Services): £164,781,496,000

Purchase of Consultancy Services: £1,778,761,000

Other expenses: £12,755,848,000 (only £12bn.. no point itemising that!)

Most of the headings are pretty vague to be honest.. You're not going to get anything very 'juicy' I don't think :(

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