SQA Expenditure 2013-14
SQA - Return for the accounting period 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014
The Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 (PSRA) came into force on 1 October 2010. Sections 31 to 32 of the Act, places duties on listed public bodies to provide and publish information on expenditure and certain other matters. The Act requires the SQA, along with other public bodies, to publish information on.
Expenditure in relation to:
- public relations
- overseas travel
- hospitality and entertainment
- external consultancy
- payments with a value in excess of £25,000
- members or employees who receive remuneration in excess of £150,000
- sustainable economic growth
- efficiency, effectiveness and economy
The expenditure information, to be disclosed under the requirements of the PSRA 2010 Act, is provided for each of the categories noted below where relevant:
- core activity:
- SQA's function as Scotland's national awarding body.
- programme grant activity:
- Government funded activity such as the Accreditation function and
- initiatives such as the Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy and Curriculum for Excellence
- other Income generating activity:
- including international activity and specialised awarding.
Includes marketing, advertising campaigns, media relations, design, external events, conferences and exhibitions, sponsorship, publications and media planning.
|Core activity and other income generating activity||1,145,975|
|Programme grant activity||454,152|
|Programme grant activity||6,072|
|Other Income generating activity||389,202|
Hospitality and Entertainment
|Programme grant activity||9,385|
|Other Income generating activity||421|
|Programme grant activity||0|
|Other Income generating activity||57,665|
Payments with a Value in Excess of £25,000
|See separate schedule (229 KB) specifying the amount of each individual payment in excess of £25,000, the payee, the date paid, the subject matter and the activity category.|
Remuneration in Excess of £150,000
Members or Employees who received remuneration in Excess of £150,000
No member or employee received this level of remuneration.
Sustainable Growth and Efficiency, Effectiveness & Economy
A statement for each of the above is provided in the SQA's annual report and accounts (1.03 MB).