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Club membership is provided on an annual subscription basis; the subscription period starts on 1 July each year. Payment for the subscription will be due on presentation of a valid invoice.
Membership may be available at CIPFA's discretion for organisations wanting to join after the deadline for the return of club data and this may be subject to a price surcharge.
The annual subscription will be automatically renewed for each club on 1 July each year unless prior notification of cancellation or change of membership is received in accordance with section 3 below.
You will receive notification of your subscription renewal by email at least four weeks before the renewal date.
Should you wish to cancel or amend your subscription renewal, CIPFA must receive notice of your cancellation or amendments by e-mail by 30 June. A member may cancel the subscription mid-term but fees are not returnable. All cancellations should be addressed to E: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscription fees will be subject to an annual price review. All fees and charges as stated are exclusive of VAT. VAT at standard rate will be added to the stated fee when the invoice is raised.
Membership of the Benchmarking Clubs that are subscribed to.
* Not applicable re ASC-FR Profiles, Section 251 Profiles and Public Health.
Data received after the deadline for the return of club data will be processed at CIPFA’s discretion and may be subject to a surcharge.
Where data is so late that the other club members have not been able to benefit from it, the only report issued will be the comparison against all members (or by tier where relevant). The identities of the other members returning data will not be revealed, and the club database, interactive report tool and club scrapbook will be withheld.
Partial supply of data may also result in a reduced service.
Club output will not be available if you do not contribute valid data.
By joining the club, members will be deemed to have authorised CIPFA to make their data available to other club members.
Club members should not divulge data about other club members to anyone but immediate colleagues. Under no circumstances should data be passed on to third parties.
CIPFA reserves the right to use data from this exercise to inform other work and data may be made available to third parties on an anonymised basis. However, an individual organisation's data will not be publicly identified without prior permission.
Each subscriber should designate a contact for each club, who must be an employee of the organisation. Communications about the club and reports and other material produced for the club will only be sent to this contact.
Where the area being benchmarked is outsourced, or is part of a partnership arrangement, under no circumstances should data that names, or can be used to identify, other members be made available to employees of the contractor or partnership.