Prompt Payment Reporting - Suppliers Invoices

Gavin Knox made this Freedom of Information request to Cornwall Council

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Dear Cornwall Council,

I would ask that you treat this communication as a Freedom of
Information request and provide the following information with
regards the Council's Prompt Payment of suppliers invoices:

1) Total number of bills paid in the period
2) Bills paid within 10 working days
3) % Bills paid within 10 working days
4) Total bills paid within 30 days of receipt of an undisputed
invoice
5) % bills paid within 30 days

This information should be provided for the period from 1st April
2014 to 31st October 2014.

Please acknowledge receipt of this Freedom of Information request.

Yours faithfully,

Gavin Knox

Cornwall Council

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Dear Mr Knox,

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Kind regards,

Rachel Lofthouse
Business Support Officer
Business Planning and Development Service
Communities and Organisational Development Directorate
Cornwall Council
Tel: 01872 322286
Internal: 492286
[mobile number]
[email address]
Room 3S, New County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, TR1 3AY
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