Income and expenditure
IPSA is funded by HM Treasury through an annual Estimate (or budget). Each year, IPSA's Estimate is reviewed by the Speaker's Committee for the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (SCIPSA) before it is laid before the House for approval. Details of each year's Estimates can be found below.
We also publish a large amount of information relating to our own spending which can be found below, including details of all contracts over £25,000.
Further information relating to IPSA's Board, including remuneration and expenses, can be found via this link.
SCIPSA was established under the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009. Under statute it must review IPSA’s estimate before it is laid before the House. When considering the estimate the Committee must consult the Treasury and have regard to any advice given.
Details of each year's Annual Estimate can be found below. Further information relating to SCIPSA's review of the Estimate can be found on their website via this link.
- Vote on Account Supply Estimates 2017-18
- Vote on Account Supply Estimates 2016-17
- Main Estimate 2016-17
- Vote on Account Supply Estimates 2015-16
- Main Estimate 2015-16
- Main Estimate 2014-15
- Supplementary Estimate 2013-14
- Main Estimate 2013-14
- Vote on Account Supply Estimates 2012-13
- Main Estimate 2012-13
- Main Estimate 2011-12
- Main Estimate 2010-11
Annual Report and Accounts
At the end of each financial year, IPSA publishes an annual report and accounts. Click here to view copies of each year's report.
Corporate Plans & Strategy
Details of IPSA's corporate plans can be found below, which set out IPSA’s strategy and priorities for the coming year.
- IPSA Corporate Plan 2016-17
- IPSA Strategy 2015-20
- IPSA Corporate Plan 2013-17
- IPSA Corporate Plan 2012-16
- IPSA Corporate Plan 2011-15
- Interim Business Plan 2010-11
Spend over £25,000
Please use the links below to view details of all contracts worth £25,000 and any supplier with whom our total annual spend exceeds £25,000 (each financial year). The links will open in spreadsheet format.