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CIPFA Statistical Information Service

Welcome to CIPFA Information Services

Our statistics and research provide accurate and timely information on a range of issues such as service usage, service costs, customer satisfaction and policy development. These are used as an invaluable resource across the public sector by managers to make decisions, compare performance, identify trends, review processes and outputs, and to manage their resources more effectively.

Latest News

Sign up to VfM Indicators 2014: questionnaires now available

Sign up to VfM Indicators 2014: questionnaires now available

Now in its eighth year, CIPFA VfM Indicators continue to help you demonstrate value for money in back office provision... more

Review your 2014/15 budget data with CIPFA’s unique tools

Review your 2014/15 budget data with CIPFA’s unique tools

CIPFA and DCLG released the 2014/15 Revenue Account Budget Estimates (RA) data on 23 July 2014, so if you don’t already subscribe, now is the ideal time to purchase the la... more

Local Government Transparency Code 2014

Local Government Transparency Code 2014

The new Local Government Transparency Code 2014 includes new mandatory obligations, as well as a number of recommendations for the publication of data by local authorities.

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Latest Statistical Releases

  • CIPFA's Police Estimates Service Statistics 2014-15 (released on 31st July 2014)

    Final data for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are now available.

  • CIPFA's Fire and Rescue Service Statistics 2014 (released on 21st July 2014)

    Provisional data for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are now available.

  • CIPFA's Homelessness Statistics 2014 (released 18th July 2014)

    Questionnaire is now available for completion, with a deadline of 29th August 2014.

  • CIPFA Capital Expenditure & Treasury Management 2013-14 (released on 9th July 2014)

    Questionnaire is now available for completion, with a deadline of 22nd August 2014

CIPFAstats Datasets Browser


* indicates publications that are no longer part of CIPFAstats survey range but historical data are still accessible