Drug System Change Pilot - Name of area NTA COST CENTRE - 690016 Year to date Amount to be invoiced this Annual Budget Committed quarter Expenditure Budget Actual Remaining As at end of quarter Pay Insert job title Insert job title Total Pay 0 0 0 0 0 0 Non Pay Expenditure Advertising (recruitment) 0 Travel & Subsistence 0 Hospitality 0 Conferences & Seminars 0 External Consultancy Fees 0 Internal Recharge 0 Other exceptional expenditure 0 linked to the SCP Total Non Pay Expenditure 0 0 0 0 0 0 Non-recurrent Start Up Items Total Costs 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 Definitions and guidance for use of budget headers All expenditure associated with salaries. This should include any additional posts to support the pilot located with, for example, providers. For example pilot sites may wish to employ additional administrative staff to support TOP compliance or DIR completion. Each post should be listed Pay separately. The budget should include all on costs associated with the post. *Please feel free to add further rows into the spreadsheet dependent on the number of roles you need to specify. Non-pay expenditure All expenditure excluding pay items All expenditure for recruitment advertising. Please note that this should be limited to project start up Advertising recruitment and should not include ongoing recruitment of clinical or management staff to support the (recruitment) existing drug treatment system. It can include recruitment costs for any additional posts that are specifically required to support the pilot. Any travel and subsistence costs incurred by the pilot project team. This can include travel costs, Travel & Subsistence meal costs and overnight hotel accommodation. These should be in line with locally agreed travel and subsistence policies for one of the host organisations of the project team (e.g. Local Authority, PCT, Prison etc.). Hospitality expenditure should be used in circumstances where there is a clear benefit to the pilot, e.g. the event is organised with the objective of promoting the pilot in support of its achievement of Hospitality policy steers and priorities; or to promote joint working on key areas of the project; or the event will raise the profile of, and understanding of the work of the pilot, or partnership working. These should be in line with locally agreed Hospitality policies. Conferences and seminars expenditure should be used in circumstances where there is a clear Conferences & benefit to the pilot, e.g. the event is organised with the objective of promoting the pilot in support of its Seminars achievement of policy steers and priorities; or to promote joint working on key areas of the project; or the event will raise the profile of, and understanding of the work of the pilot, or partnership working. External Consultancy External consultancy expenditure should apply when it is not practicable to recruit staff to posts on a Fees contract basis to ensure delivery of the pilot. Consultancy work may include (but is not limited to) Project Management, Research, Systems redesign or IT. This is a charge towards general organisational costs (e.g. payroll costs relating to a certain number Internal Recharge of posts). The budget-holding organisation for the pilot will have their own definition of what costs would fall within the internal recharge category. Other exceptional A separate line should be added for all proposed expenditure required to support the implementation expenditure linked to of the SCP which is not covered in the categories above that will be recurrent over the two year the SCP period. This should be kept to an absolute minimum. This may include (but is not limited to) IT costs, refurbishment/remodelling of office premises or office Non-recurrent Start equipment. Non-recurrent start up items should only apply when they are directly related to Up Items successful implementation of the pilot.