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Class Two: What we spend and how we spend it

Here you will find: 

Financial statements, budgets and variance reports
Financial audit reports
Capital programme

We use guidance that has been issued by Welsh Government for our capital programmes. When details and information about our capital programmes are available, they will be published on our website. 

Scheme of delegation 
  • Scheme of delegation document (currently under review)
Senior staff and Board members' allowances and expenses
Staff pay and grading structures 

Salaries are agreed in line with the Agenda for Change pay scales within Wales. 

Funding (including endowment funds) 
  • Within Awyr Las (the working title for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - BCUHB - Charity), there are numerous designated funds which are identified to specific areas and/or services. These designated funds are for internal purposes only and are not registered with the Charity Commission.
  • Information regarding our accounts can be found in the Trusts Annual Report
Procurement and tendering procedures 
  • Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board (BCUHB) follows the NHS All Wales Shared Services Partnership Procurement Services. This provides a complete Procurement to Payment system for all Health Boards across Wales.
  • The BCUHB Procedure Manual for Managing Capital Projects is intended for use in the management of capital expenditure with a capital value of over £1million. It is used in conjunction with relevant publications, and in particular Capital Investment must be in accordance with the NHS Wales Infrastructure Investment Guidance.

  • The BCUHB Procedure Manual for Managing Capital Projects Addendum is used for smaller projects with a capital value of £25,000 to £1million.

    Further information on BCUHB’s procurement and tendering processes can be found within the Health Board’s Standing Orders and Financial Instructions (SFIs). 

Details of contracts currently being tendered 
  • Details of UK contracts being tendered over the value of £25,000 are advertised on the Welsh Government website Sell2Wales

  • Contracts valued in excess of current EU procurement thresholds are advertised through the the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).  The threshold for Supplies and Service contracts is £118,133 and for Works contracts is £4,551,413.  The procurement route for Works contracts at this threshold is via the Design4Life Framework.

  •  Further information on the procurement and tendering processes can be found within the Standing Orders and Financial Instructions.
List and value of contracts awarded 
Details of contracts currently being tendered