Government procurement card expenditure

From January 2014 we publish the National Library of Scotland's monthly Government procurement card expenditure transactions over £500.

Updated: 19 November 2014.

2013-2014

Period Transactions over £500
October 2014

Palletower Ltd: £1,505.28 — Orange crates for Pentland House move / work processes.

Legionella Training: £588.00 — Development training.

Quadrilect Ltd: £1,697.28 — Training course on building management.

Cartridge Save Ltd: £561.60 — Printheads.

September 2014

East Coast Railways: £550.50 — Flexi passes, Edinburgh–Glasgow.

East Coast Railways: £550.50 — Flexi passes, Edinburgh–Glasgow.

Lothian Buses: £600.00 — Books of day single tickets.

August 2014

RLUK: £561.00 — Conference fee (National Librarian).

Haymarket Media Group: £538.80 — Public relations summit.

Academy Class: £836.40 — AutoCAD 101 Yellow Belt.

July 2014 None.
June 2014 Westminster College: £1,990 — Programming with MVC training course.

In-Form Consult: £607.99 — Sharepoint training.

DRI-dtSearch: £674.19 — dtSearch Web with Spider.

IAMFA: £1,474.40 — IAMA registration fees, 2014 conference.
May 2014 East Coast Mainline: £550.50 — 50 flexi passes, Edinburgh-Glasgow.

Scotrail : £550.50 — 50 flexi passes, Edinburgh-Glasgow.

XYZ Maps Ltd: £826.20 — 3 Geographic Imager Academic for Windows Maintenance.
April 2014 Pack and Send: £806.94 — transportation of Muriel Spark paper to Tuscany.

Waldorf Astoria: £1,520 — NLS Donors fundraising event.
March 2014 Fedex: £743.89 — shipment of marketing materials to Hong Kong for fundraising activities.
February 2014 Abebooks: £3,004.00 — book purchase.

AA Revenue Services: £544.00 — annual breakdown cover.

Facilities Issues: £959.80 — IAMFA benchmarking.

First Scotrail: £550.60 — Flexi passes, Edinburgh–Glasgow.
January 2014 Pack and Send Trading: £535.99 — book purchase.

Library of Congress: £696.68 — book purchase.

Demco Worldwide: £719.88 — noticeboards for George IV Bridge Building hoarding.

Misco: £547.80 — audio / visual equipment.
December 2013 None

 

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