The role of the Finance Directorate is to set the budget each year and to make sure that the money that the organisation spends is kept within the CCG's available resources. It also supports the CCG to achieve its strategic objectives and the vision of its clinical and executive leads.
The Finance team develops financial reports on the overall performance of the CCG (including the annual accounts) and service contracts, to ensure that every penny spent is best value for money and supports the delivery of high quality services for the people of Cannock Chase.
The latest information on the financial position of the CCG can be found in the Governing Body papers each month.
Key areas of responsibility:
- Budget setting
- Financial performance reporting
- Contract Management
The Clinical Commissioning Group publishes any expenditure over £25,000 as part of its commitment to being open and transparent with the public and to show how public money is being spent.
Public Procurement Law regulates how public bodies, such as CCGs, buy services, goods and works. Generally this is done through a requirement to advertise competitive tendering opportunities.
Our pdf Procurement Strategy (645 KB) and the Appendices below set out how the CCG will develop its procurement activities.
pdf Appendix 2 - Public Services (329 KB)
pdf Appendix 3 - Dispute Resolution (182 KB)
pdf Appendix 4 - Procurement Guide (452 KB)
pdf Appendix 5 - Contract Award Report (424 KB)
pdf Appendix 6 - PID (264 KB)
pdf Appendix 7 - Moderation Process (361 KB)
pdf Appendix 8 - Conflicts Policy (298 KB)
pdf Appendix 9 - SAS Conflicts Policy (309 KB)
pdf Appendix 10 - Monitor (981 KB)