Shared Services Invoice Backlog FoI 439/2015

Gavin Knox made this Freedom of Information request to Business Services Organisation (Northern Ireland)

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Dear Business Services Organisation (Northern Ireland),

Your response to FoI 439/2015 (Note 1) stated that the Invoice Count 'Legacy' includes invoices prior to migration of Shared Services. That being the case can I invite to provide additional information as follows:

1) The date(s) the Invoice Payment functions of the HSC Organisations (9) listed were migrated to Shared Services?

2) For each of the HSC Organisations listed (9) how many of the outstanding legacy invoices (316) were originally received (i) in the 3 month period before, (ii) between 4 & 6 month before. and (iii) more than 12 months before the date the Invoice Payment functions for the respective HSC Organisations were migrated to Shared Services?

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Yours faithfully,

Gavin Knox

FOI BSO, Business Services Organisation (Northern Ireland)

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Dear Mr Knox

 

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Regards

BSO Corporate Services

 

Corporate Services

HSC Business Services Organisation

2 Franklin Street

Belfast

BT2 8DQ

 

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