The FPR team procures systems from various suppliers to support its financial management role. The following providers may have access to your information purely for the purposes of supporting our systems; they will not use your information for any other purpose.
- INFOR UK Ltd
- Technology One UK Ltd
- NatWest Client Monies Services
- Charity Trustees.
The FPR Team may share or disclose your information to any of the following recipients as may be necessary for the financial administration of the authority in line with statutory obligations and/or to comply with contractual obligations relating to it:
- service providers, professional advisers and auditors who in certain circumstances will also be “data controllers”
- regulators, the government and law enforcement authorities
- Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs
- local and foreign courts, tribunals and arbitrators, other judicial committees of enactments of laws.
The fraud team procures the services of various providers to assist and manage investigations. The following providers may have access to your information purely for the purposes of supporting our investigation work; they will not use your information for any other purpose.
- INTEC For Business Ltd
- Callcredit Public Sector Limited.
The fraud team are a member of the National Anti Fraud Network (NAFN) which acts as an intelligence gatherer for local authorities and other public sector organisations. NAFN has access to information for the purposes of supporting our investigation and to prevent, deter and detect fraud in other organisations.
Personal data is shared with the cabinet office which undertakes various proactive exercises through the National Fraud Initiative (NFI) to identify fraud and error. Where fraud or error is suspected, data may be shared with other public sector organisations to enable that matter to be investigated.
In order to ensure that an individual receives their correct entitlement to benefits, relevant information is shared with other departments within East Riding of Yorkshire Council and other local authorities.
During the course of an investigation, data may be shared with government departments and organisations such as the police, Her Majesty’s Revenues and Customs, the Department for Works and Pensions, the National Health Service, and the Border Agency, etc.
Information may be shared with legal practitioners, tribunals and courts where criminal or civil action is taken against an individual.