Details of request “Procurement spending

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
4385671  sent  2019-04-13 21:11:03 +0100  waiting_response  2019-04-13 21:11:03 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
4385673  response  2019-04-13 21:12:59 +0100        incoming  
4399922  response  2019-04-16 17:55:25 +0100    2019-04-16 21:28:13 +0100  successful  incoming  
4400036  status_update  2019-04-16 21:28:13 +0100  successful  2019-04-16 21:28:13 +0100  successful   
4898355  edit  2019-07-17 03:47:29 +0100         
4898356  edit  2019-07-17 03:47:29 +0100         
4898357  edit  2019-07-17 03:47:29 +0100         
4898358  edit  2019-07-17 03:47:29 +0100         
6702238  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702239  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702240  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702241  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702242  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702243  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702244  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:07 +0100         
6702245  edit  2020-04-17 03:59:08 +0100         

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