This is a Freedom of Information request about losses and special payments (i.e loss of petty cash and employment tribunal payouts).
1. Please provide an export from the database you use to manage losses and special payments that provides more information on these losses, including but not limited to:
a) date of loss
b) nature of loss
c) amount paid out
Please can you provide this information for the past two financial years and this current financial year up to July 31, 2017 (i.e. 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18).
If you consider that some information is exempt from disclosure please cite the section of the FOIA you are using to redact information.
Where applying exemptions which contain a public interest text, please also explain, in line with the guiding principles of the Information Tribunal, how the public interest would be, or would be likely to be, materially prejudiced by disclosure.
I look forward to receiving your response within 20 working days.
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Humber NHS Foundation Trust
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I am writing to confirm that the Humber NHS Foundation Trust has now
completed its search for the information which you requested on 4^th
August 2017. Sorry for the delay.
You asked for
|This is a Freedom of Information request about losses and special payments|
|(i.e loss of petty cash and employment tribunal payouts). Please see below|
|1. Please provide an export from the database you use to manage losses and|
|special payments that provides more information on these losses, including|
|but not limited to: |
|a) date of loss |
|b) nature of loss |
|c) amount paid out |
|Please see the attached spreadsheet. |
|Please can you provide this information for the past two financial years |
|and this current financial year up to July 31, 2017 (i.e. 2015/16, 2016/17|
|and 2017/18). |
|This information is also included in the annual accounts section of the |
|annual report which is available on the Trust website. Page 218. |
|2015/2016 please see the attached extract from the annual report which is |
|on the trust website for 2016/2017. The link to the website is |
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